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AHRA, SCAR hold electronic imaging show

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AHRA, SCAR hold electronic imaging showThe American Healthcare Radiology Administrators, in collaboration with the Society for Computer Applications in Radiology, will hold a PACS conference Oct. 23-25 at Caesars Tahoe in Lake Tahoe, NV. The

AHRA, SCAR hold electronic imaging show

The American Healthcare Radiology Administrators, in collaboration with the Society for Computer Applications in Radiology, will hold a PACS conference Oct. 23-25 at Caesars Tahoe in Lake Tahoe, NV. The conference, called Electronic Imaging: Concept to Reality, will cover topics such as PACS implementation strategies, cost-benefit analysis, and Internet/intranet applications. Other sessions will cover the myths and realities of PACS, image acquisition, production of an RFP, and how to sell a PACS implementation plan to administration, physicians, and staff, according to the AHRA. For more information, contact Susan Carr at 800/334-2472.

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