Medical Imaging Interoperability

Watch our HIMSS 2020 webinar on medical image exchange and interoperability. 

Medical image exchange is a necessary step toward Electronic Health Record Modernization (EHRM) at the VA. Watch our webinar by Jack Vogel to learn more about the benefits of medical imaging interoperability, the future of VistA imaging architecture, and how effective medical image exchange advances EHRM at the VA. Contact us to learn more about our services.


Medical Image Exchange Use Cases

Effective medical image exchange helps drive interoperability within the VA/DoD and improves patient health outcomes. Read our blog for examples of effective exchange and how it strengthens the future of the digital healthcare landscape.

Medical Image Interoperability Benefits

Medical image interoperability has cost, health, and patient satisfaction benefits that are difficult to ignore. Learn more about how effective medical image exchange is cutting costs and saving lives.


Meet our medical imaging experts.

Mike G. Luby

VP of Client Solutions

Mike G. Luby is Ellumen's VP of Client Solutions, offering clients and communities the benefits of his ten years of unique insights gained while tailoring federal health technology for achieving VA and DoD business goals. Mike is passionately dedicated to improving and streamlining health care for the nation’s Veterans and active duty military population. Mike received his degree in Law and American Civilization from Towson University.

Dan Wayland

Senior VP

As Senior VP for Ellumen, Dan Wayland has 17 years of experience in the fields of health IT, system architecture and design, legacy system analysis, and expert project management to keep technical programs on time and on budget. Mr. Wayland has served as a technical lead and scrum master on multiple major development, upgrade, and sustainment efforts for VA, DoD, and IHS projects and commercial hospital medical systems integrations. Curiosity about how health IT data sharing could work better has created an active interest in emerging standards such as FHIR.

Mr. Wayland holds a BEE degree from Georgia Tech Institute of Technology and has completed Master’s course work in software engineering at Southern Methodist University.