Countdown to RSNA
Join us at Booth #10713 during the Radiological Society of North America's 105th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting taking place December 1 - 6 at McCormick Place in Chicago. We're focused on Advancing Patient Care with Quantitative Imaging Data and will be sharing interactive case studies and conducting demos that showcase our solutions that support better patient care.
Bring Your Case(s): Experience the Difference Volumetric Quantifiable Data Makes on Clinical Decisions
Building on this year's theme, Advancing Patient Care with Quantitative Imaging Data, we will be offering a chance to take a test drive of HealthMyne. Book a 30-minute session to process and review your own study. Logistics:
- USB stick with a maximum of three series (one patient with three time points or three patients, each with one time point)
- CT, MRI, PET/CT studies (anonymized)
- Chest, neuro and abdominal studies are recommended
- Oncology studies with a lesion/lesions to review
After processing and review, you will receive a PDF report with the findings you identified and quantified with HealthMyne.
Exclusive Booth Talk Featuring National Cancer Screening Expert
Are you launching or growing a lung cancer screening program? Join our booth talk and learn what to do and what not to do to be successful. Space is limited, so sign up today.
Lessons Learned: Building a Successful Lung Cancer Screening Program
Hilary Deskins, RN BSN has helped build and expand more than 30 lung cancer screening programs across the country. She will share her experiences with you including all of the pitfalls she discovered while setting up and running her own programs so you can avoid them. Her goal is to make sure that all lung cancer screening programs are as successful as possible so that the maximum number of patients can be screened and more lives can be saved.
Case Study of the Day
We will feature interactive case studies on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at 11:30 am and 2:00 pm. Topics include:
- Cancer Screening
- Tumor Conference
- Incidental Findings
- Therapy Response