Christopher John Roth
Associate Professor of Radiology

Dr. Roth serves as a neuroradiologist, as the Vice Chairman of Health Information Technology and Clinical Informatics for Duke Radiology, and also as the Director of Imaging Informatics Strategy for Duke Health.

Clinically, Dr. Roth interprets brain and spine CT and MRI, and performs minimally invasive pain management procedures such as CT-fluoroscopic guided epidural and transforaminal nerve injections. 

He leads the enterprise-wide imaging strategic development and governance at Duke University, for such systems as imaging clinical decision support, image exchange, image viewing, image archiving, image analytics, and the imaging informatics of the electronic health record. He serves as an active member of the Radiological Society of North America Informatics committee as well as the HIMSS-SIIM enterprise imaging community. Dr. Roth has delivered more than 100 national invited presentations on aspects of clinical informatics. 

 

 

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