Join HealthMyne at the Radiological Society of North America 104th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting from November 25-30 at McCormick Place in Chicago. We’ll be bringing you “The Reading Room of the Future – Today” with informative booth talks and demos of our new solutions that support better patient care. Visit us at Booth #7761 to delve into the latest technology and research enhancing cancer treatment.
Sign Up Today for a Free Demo of the Newly Updated Workflows
In honor of HealthMyne’s RSNA theme, “The Reading Room of the Future – Today,” we will be offering demos of the newly updated platform to showcase the following workflow modules:
- Cancer Screening
- Tumor Conference
- Incidental Findings
- Therapy Response
For every demo performed, $25 will be donated to Gilda’s Club of Madison. Gilda’s creates a community of free emotional support, cancer education, and hope for children and adults with any cancer diagnosis and those who care for them. Click the button below to sign up for a free demo and perform a good deed all in one.
Win Big with the HealthMyne QIDS Contest at Booth #7761
You could win big this year at RSNA if you can pronounce the short name of HealthMyne’s Quantitative Imaging Decision Support platform – a.k.a. QIDS.
Say “QIDS” (pronounced “kwids”) correctly and enter a raffle to win 2 tickets to an American Cancer Society Gala near you along with one night’s hotel and transportation funds (Total prize package not to exceed $1000) or one of five $100 Amazon Gift Cards. All who pronounce QIDS (kwids) correctly will win an instant prize too!
All attendees are invited to visit us at RSNA Booth #7761 to participate in the contest. Learn more about QIDS and how it supports better cancer patient care by clicking the button below.
Anyone with hearing, speech or language impediments may enter the raffle by visiting Booth #7761 and requesting to enter.
Attendance at the American Cancer Society Gala is required to claim the travel prize. No cash equivalent for the prize is available.
Discover Tomorrow’s Radiology Today at the Exclusive HealthMyne Booth Talks
Most cancer patients’ stories start with an image. This image contains a wealth of data that can increase the precision of diagnoses, better assess the prognosis of patients, and even predict how well they will respond to therapy. Join our booth talks that explore the future of quantitative imaging and highlight its endless possibilities. Space is limited, so sign up today.
The Radiology Reading Room of the Future: How Quantitative Imaging Will Transform the Profession
Monday, November 26th from 2:00– 2:20pm
Are you wondering what radiology will look like in the near future and how quantitative imaging is going to change the way you do your work? Dr. Robert Gillies of Moffitt Cancer Center, the father of Radiomics, will be sharing his expertise in this area in an informative booth talk. He will explain how the images you read are more than just pictures, but data that can be used to increase precision diagnoses, assessment of prognosis, and prediction of therapy response.
Leveraging QIDS in a Machine Learning Data Curation Pipeline
Tuesday, November 27th from 2:00– 2:20pm
You have heard the term Radiomics in the literature and industry articles, but are you still wondering how they can be used in your everyday workflows? Dr. Richard Bruce of the University of Wisconsin, Madison will share with you his current research on using these quantitative imaging metrics to determine recurrence patterns in patients receiving radiation treatments for Glioblastoma Multiforme tumors. See how the future of radiology is being discovered today by radiologists just like you in this informative booth talk.
Join Us at the Quantitative Imaging Reading Room (QIRR) Showcase
QIRR is an educational showcase for products and applications that integrate quantitative analysis into the image interpretation and reporting process. The HealthMyne platform takes quantitative imaging data and combines it with patient information from clinical systems to impact patient care decisions with enhances clinical decision support workflows.
HealthMyne has prepared a special demonstration of our platform as part of the showcase. Join us in the Learning Center (Hall D), located on Level 3 of the Lakeside Building of the McCormick Place Convention Center. CTO Roger Chylla, Ph.D. will explain how our software works and how quantitative imaging data is used to drive the different workflows during special expert sessions on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 12:15 -1:15pm.
Attendees are encouraged to arrive a few minutes before the demo begins to reserve their spot. Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity!