Chris Roth, MD

Dr. Roth was born in Windsor, Ontario, Canada and lived in Canada until his undergraduate and medical school studies at the University of Michigan. He continued training as resident, chief resident, and neuroradiology fellow at Duke University. As a young faculty member Dr. Roth returned to graduate studies at the Duke University Fuqua School of Business, graduating in the top 2% of his class with a Masters of Management in Clinical Informatics. 

Dr. Roth today serves as the Vice Chairman of Health Information Technology and Clinical Informatics in the Duke University Department of Radiology, and also as the Director of Imaging Informatics Strategy for Duke Medicine. He is an Assistant Professor of Neuroradiology and is also board certified by the ABMS American Board of Preventative Medicine for Clinical Informatics. He leads the enterprise imaging strategic development and governance at Duke University, for such systems and tools as clinical decision support, image transfer, PACS, image archiving, image analytics, and the imaging informatics of the electronic health record. 


2017 Presentations & Workshops - coming soon!

2016 Presentations & Workshops

Session: Image Management | Wednesday June 22nd, 2016

  • After You Click Send: CT Image Routing, Storage, and Lifecycle Management

Session: Head & Neck Imaging | Thursday June 23rd, 2016

  • Primer to Temporal Bone Anatomy

Session: Practice Management & Information | Thursday June 23rd, 2016

  • Controversy: To do or not to do structured reporting for CT?
  • Controversy: Diagnostic Decision Support - Will it ever happen?
  • Basics of Process Improvement: DMAIC, Lean, Six Sigma, and PDSA

Associate Professor of Radiology | Duke University School of Medicine

Vice Chair (Information Technology & Clinical Informatics) | Duke University School of Medicine

Director of Imaging Informations Strategy | Duke University School of Medicine