HealthMyne, an innovator in quantitative imaging and clinical decision support and creator of the Quantitative Imaging Decision Support (QIDS)™ software platform, will return to the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) this year with informative booth talks and demos of new solutions that support better patient care.
The 2018 meeting, RSNA’s 104th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting will be held Nov. 25-30, 2018 at McCormick Place in Chicago.
HealthMyne first introduced QIDS at the 2016 RSNA. QIDS (pronounced “kwids”) enables the extraction of quantitative imaging metrics at the Point-of-Read to drive transformed CDS workflow modules, actionable quantitative reports, and an integrated imaging and clinical patient centric dashboard (PatientCare Timeline®) at the Point-of-Care.
Visitors to the HealthMyne booth #7761 who pronounce QIDS correctly will be eligible to enter a raffle to win airfare, hotel accommodations and two tickets to an American Cancer Society Gala* near them, or one of five $100 Amazon gift cards. Everyone who pronounces QIDS correctly will also win an instant prize.**
In honor of HealthMyne’s RSNA theme, “The Reading Room of the Future – Today,” HealthMyne will host two special events at booth #7761: “The Radiology Reading Room of the Future: How Quantitative Imaging Will Transform the Profession” with Dr. Robert J. Gillies of the Moffitt Cancer Center, and “Leveraging QIDS in a Machine Learning Data Curation Pipeline” with Dr. Richard Bruce.
Arvind Subramanian, HealthMyne President and CEO, said, “We look forward at this year’s RSNA to further sharing the patient care benefits of the QIDS platform and demonstrating how it drives multidisciplinary care team collaboration. We encourage visitors to our booth (#7761) to take part in a demo during the conference to experience the breadth and depth of the platform.”
As it has for the past 2 years, HealthMyne will donate $25 to Gilda’s Club for every QIDS demo during the show. This year’s target goal is to double last year’s contribution of $1,950.
Special RSNA events taking place at the HealthMyne booth (#7761):
- Nov. 26, 2018, 2 p.m.: The Radiology Reading Room of the Future: How Quantitative Imaging Will Transform the Profession
Join Dr. Robert Gillies, Ph.D. of Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa, for an informative presentation on what radiology will look like in the near future and how quantitative imaging can be used to increase the precision of diagnoses, assessment of prognosis, and prediction of therapy response. Click here to register.
- Nov. 27, 2018, 2 p.m.: Leveraging QIDS in a Machine Learning Data Curation Pipeline.
Dr. Richard Bruce, Assistant Professor of Neuroradiology and Medical Director of Radiology Informatics at the University of Wisconsin, will discuss the role of HealthMyne’s software in an ongoing research project using radiomics to determine the recurrence patterns in patients receiving radiation treatments for Glioblastoma Multiforme tumors. Click here to reserve your space.
To connect with a member of the HealthMyne team during the show, stop by booth #7761, or schedule a demo here.
*Attendance at the American Cancer Society Gala is required to claim the travel prize. Maximum prize value not to exceed $1000. No cash equivalent for the prize is available.
**Anyone with hearing, speech or language impediments may enter the raffle by visiting booth #7761 and requesting to enter.