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Journal of Digital Imaging

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15.06.2018 Open Access

Reengineering Workflow for Curation of DICOM Datasets

Reusable, publicly available data is a pillar of open science and rapid advancement of cancer imaging research. Sharing data from completed research studies not only saves research dollars required to collect data, but also helps insure that …


Laterality Classification of Fundus Images Using Interpretable Deep Neural Network

In this paper, we aimed to understand and analyze the outputs of a convolutional neural network model that classifies the laterality of fundus images. Our model not only automatizes the classification process, which results in reducing the labors …


Pattern Recognition and Size Prediction of Microcalcification Based on Physical Characteristics by Using Digital Mammogram Images

Breast cancer is one of the life-threatening cancers occurring in women. In recent years, from the surveys provided by various medical organizations, it has become clear that the mortality rate of females is increasing owing to the late detection …


Of Mice and Roentgen: Radiologist Satisfaction with a Non-conventional 13-Button Mouse—One Institution’s Experience

Increasing radiologic exam volume and complexity necessitates leveraging advanced hardware solutions to optimize workflow efficiency. We evaluated radiologist satisfaction of a programmable 13-button non-conventional mouse compared to a …


Three-Dimensional Surface Point Cloud Ultrasound for Better Understanding and Transmission of Ultrasound Scan Information

Ultrasound is notoriously plagued by high user dependence. There is a steep drop-off in information in going from what the sonographer sees during image acquisition and what the interpreting radiologist is able to view at the reading station. One …

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The Journal of Digital Imaging (JDI) is the official peer-reviewed journal of the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM). JDI's goal is to enhance the exchange of knowledge encompassed by the general topic of Imaging Informatics in Medicine including, but not limited to, research and practice in clinical, engineering, information technologies and techniques in all medical imaging environments.

Topics of interest to the readers of JDI include the following as they pertain to the acquisition, storage, retrieval and use of imaging information in healthcare to efficiently and effectively improve access and quality:

  • PACS and component systems
  • Imaging informatics for the enterprise
  • Image-enabled electronic medical records
  • Integrating mobile technologies
  • RIS, HIS and other clinical information systems
  • Digital image acquisition, transmission, storage, display and interpretation
  • 3D (e.g. printing, modeling, display)
  • SIIM Workflow Initiative in Medicine (SWIM)
  • DICOM and other standards
  • IHE
  • Imaging vocabularies and ontologies
  • Analytics
  • Workflow and process modeling and simulation
  • Protocolling and appropriateness
  • Structured reporting
  • Speech recognition
  • Content-based image retrieval
  • Meaningful use and legislative issues
  • Decision support
  • Radiation dose management
  • Teleradiology
  • Archiving and information lifecycle management
  • Network integrity and data security
  • Multimedia
  • Facilities design
  • Project management
  • Quality assurance
  • Online learning
  • Imaging informatics education

Papers that report on validation and implementation of informatics technologies and tools will be given precedence over papers that simply describe image processing algorithms, stand-alone evaluation of image analysis tools, and/or technology descriptions without validation or implementation.

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