December 3, 2021
Join CloudWave and Canon Medical for the HIStalk webinar, “Using Cloud to Boost AI and Enterprise Imaging”
On Tuesday, December 14th at 1:00 pm ET, join Canon Medical and CloudWave for a HIStalk webinar as they discuss innovative ways to lead with disruptive technology through the power of AI, enterprise imaging, and the cloud. With Canon Medical leading the industry’s shift from Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA) to Vendor Neutral Artificial Intelligence (VNAi) solutions for medical imaging, they’ve tapped CloudWave for secure, performant, highly available multi-cloud public, hybrid, private platforms.
As the companies continue to disrupt the enterprise imaging industry with cloud delivery, during the webinar, they will share the benefits the cloud can bring to healthcare and address how enterprise imaging has remained a holdout of datacenter complexity for information systems management teams. Join Jacob Wheeler, Senior Product Manager at CloudWave, and Larry Sitka, Vice President and CSIO Enterprise Applications at Canon Medical Informatics, Inc., as they help to evaluate the enterprise imaging environment for opportunities to disrupt and consolidate.
Register here for the webinar, “Using Cloud to Boost AI and Enterprise Imaging”
Larry Sitka, Vice President and CSIO Enterprise Applications at Canon Medical Informatics, Inc., is a recognized global subject matter expert in healthcare IT interoperability, with over 30 years of experience in medical imaging. He is considered one of the early visionaries who recognized the potential of a highly interconnected HIT network. “Diagnostic real-time patient centric applications such as imaging services are much different than the traditional applications in the cloud.”
Jacob Wheeler is the Senior Product Manager at CloudWave responsible for developing solutions to cloud-enable all healthcare application workflows. Jacob has an in-depth understanding of how blending public, private, and cloud edge resources can provide resilient, high performing platforms that meet the stringent requirements of healthcare organizations.