RSNA 2018 - Radiological Society of North America
Thank you for visiting us at RSNA 2018. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did!
Hopefully, you had a chance to meet our experts in person and explore how you can increase value by expanding precision medicine, transforming care delivery, improving patient experience, and digitalizing healthcare.
If you weren’t there in person or couldn’t see everything you had planned, you can watch video highlights from our booth below or you can visit our Press Room for all the RSNA press releases and comprehensive background information.
Looking forward to meet you next year at RSNA 2019, 1 Dec 2019 - 6 Dec 2019
RSNA 2018: Digital Twin - a customized computational model of the patient
Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming care delivery and expanding precision medicine. Siemens Healthineers has served as a pioneer in AI development for more than 20 years, and new deep learning technology now enables us to automate complex diagnostics and support optimal treatment.
2018 RSNA: Leverage AI for Clinical Routine
AI-powered tools are transforming care delivery. At RSNA18, we highlighted our full suite of digital offerings including the new AI Companion platform, which includes AI-Rad Companion4 for Radiology and AI-Pathway Companion5 for support along clinical pathways. Colleagues Jörg Aumüller and Razvan Lonasec give the details from the RSNA show floor.
RSNA 2018: Interventional Radiology – Prostate Artery Embolization (PAE)
Dr. Ricardo Garcia-Monaco, Chief of Diagnostics and Interventional Radiology at Hospital Italiano de Buenes Aires, Argentina, explains the principles of PAE and how it’s transforming care for men suffering from enlarged prostate.
RSNA 2018: Movember, Men’s Health, and AI-Pathway Companion
At RSNA 2018, colleagues Tina Manoharan and Mario Zeiss discuss how our technologies are helping healthcare professionals make more precise decisions along the prostate cancer clinical pathway.
RSNA 2018: Expanding Access – Syngo Virtual Cockpit + Biomatrix
We are expanding boundaries with our imaging technology, and we are also focusing on expanding access to care. At RSNA 2018, we introduced the Syngo Virtual Cockpit which gives virtual access to an expert technologist at up to 3 locations. Plus, we expanded our MRI systems featuring BioMatrix technology.
RSNA 2018: Improving patient experience and deliver outcome that matters
At RSNA 2018, we showcased how we are dedicated to helping practitioners improve patient experience. Colleague Felix Müller-Witt explains how we are improving the diagnostic experience and Philip Stenner details how advancement in stroke treatments can determine better outcomes for the patients.3
RSNA 2018: Optimize clinical operations
Part of transforming care delivery is to optimize clinical operations. Colleagues Robert Lapp and Gregor Thoermer shares with us how we can improve operational performance by standardize imaging protocols and shorten image acquisition time for certain scans.
RSNA 2018: Artificial Intelligence and Women's Health
As in other modalities, the case load for the radiologists focused on women’s health is increasing. Colleague Abigail Weldon details how solutions powered by artificial intelligence may be able to help.
RSNA 2018: Wide-angle 50-degree Tomosynthesis with Dr. Brandie Fagin
Using a wide-angle 50-degree Tomosynthesis collection allows Dr. Brandie Fagin of Rush Oak Park Hospital to more easily visualize the more abnormal lesions and reduce the number of screening procedures necessary to diagnose. Hear more about Dr. Fagin’s success.
RSNA 2018: The future of interventional radiology
Dr. Christian Loewe from Vienna General Hospital in Austria joins us at the 2018 RSNA to discuss the future of interventional radiology and how new technology such as multimodality imaging therapy suites like the Nexaris has the potential to open doors to new kinds of treatments.
MAGNETOM Altea is designed with productivity written in its DNA. Powered by GO technologies, supported by AI, and with our innovative BioMatrix technology, numerous time-consuming workflow steps are significantly reduced through automation.
MAGNETOM Amira1 with BioMatrix technology is our new 1.5T scanner that helps you differentiate your institution by delivering high-quality imaging even with complex variables – no matter what.
MOBILETT Elara Max is a lightweight and compact system that offers you maximum mobility and positioning flexibility even in tight spaces – with consistently high image quality.
syngo.Breast Care - Mammography screening and diagnostics involve reading hundreds of images from different sources every day. At high volumes, process efficiency is key in order to remain competitive and maintain a high standard of care.
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