ChRIS -- a Web-Based NeuroImaging and Informatics System for Collecting, Organizing, Processing, Visualizing and Sharing of Medical Data

Daniel Haehn, Jorge Bernal, Nicolas Rannou, Patricia Grant, Rudolph Pienaar

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Contributed papers (Oral)

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10. Healthcare Information Systems; Telemedicine

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08:30 - 10:00 | Wed 26 Aug | Amber 6 | 10.2

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The utility of web browsers for general purpose computing, long anticipated, is only now coming into fruition. In this paper we present a web-based medical image data and information management software platform called ChRIS ([Boston] emph{Ch}ildren's emph{R}esearch emph{I}ntegration emph{S}ystem). ChRIS' deep functionality allows for easy retrieval of medical image data from resources typically found in hospitals, organizes and presents information in a modern feed-like interface, provides access to a growing library of plugins that process these data -- typically on a connected High Performance Compute Cluster, allows for easy data sharing between users and instances of ChRIS and provides powerful 3D visualization and real time collaboration.

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