in the industry
In counterpart, the US can more rapidly
adopt such solutions and enrich them
with all the knowledge in providing easy
to use and efficient services. It will offer
the possibility of exchanging studies between the two continents which can be
precious for some rare diseases or for
Emmanuel Cordonnier is president and CEO of ETIAM
which he cofounded in 1997 and specializes in
medical collaboration tools to improve patient care.
He graduated from ESME school of electric engineers,
worked nine years within Capgemini, and then joined
University Hospital of Rennes, France, as the manager
of the CERIUM (the European Center for Medical
Imaging Research) lab. He was co-chair of the DICOM
Standards Committee 2005-2009 and member-at-large of the IHE International Board 2007–2010.
Emmanual can be contacted at emmanuel.