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RSNA 2017

    No silos. No limits.

    RSNA 2017

    Nov. 26 - 30, 2017 | Booth #6735, Hall B - North Hall
    McCormick Place, Chicago, IL, USA

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    Welcome to booth 6735

    Floorplan

    Corporate Symposium: New technologies for 3D integrated workflows


    Tuesday, November 28

    9:00-10:30am

    S101AB, McCormick Place

    Dianna Bardo
    Dianna Bardo, MD, FSCCT, FNASCI, Director Body MR & Co-Director 3D Innovation Lab, Phoenix Children's Hospital and Professor, University of Arizona.

     

    Hear directly from Phoenix Children's Hospital and others employing new technologies for 3D integrated workflows for surgery planning, education and training.

     

    • Dianna Bardo, MD, FSCCT, FNASCI, Director Body MR & Co-Director 3D Innovation Lab, Phoenix Children's Hospital and Professor, University of Arizona.
    • Justin Ryan, PhD, Research Scientist, Phoenix Children's Hospital.
    • Solomon Dadia, MD, BSc, Director of the Surgical 3D Printing Lab, Deputy Director of the National Unit of Orthopedic Oncology, Sourasky Medical Center, Tel Aviv, Israel
    • Kevin Lev, Marketing Director Illumeo, Philips

    Secure your place today. Space is limited.

    3d imaging and printing

    Interest in 3D printing continues to grow, yet its role in radiology is still being defined. Hear directly from your peers as they employ new technologies for 3D integrated workflows for surgery planning, education and training.

     

    Core to the creation of the printed models is the underlying imaging. Advanced visualization plays a special role in the development of time-tested, and clinically validated 3D segmentation algorithms, proving anatomical models of major anatomical structures. Such models may be 3D printed for a host of clinical uses and education.

    Join us at the Philips Live! Forum at RSNA


    Be sure to stop by the Philips booth #6735 - Sunday through Wednesday - for short talks, conversations and presentations on the solutions and technologies that help enhance diagnosis, connect radiology and improve the patient experience. We have an exciting and varied program with sessions you will not want to miss.

     

    Watch this page for updates on the Philips Live! Forum program and schedule.

    Philips Innovation Highlights

     

    You are also invited to join us in the Forum throughout the day for short talks on how Philips is connecting people, technology and data to produce innovative solutions that matter to you.

     

    Talks will be held Sunday through Wednesday at the following times

     

    Optimizing interventional lab performance
    Featuring Philips Azurion

    10:30 - 1:00 - 4:00

     

    Artificial intelligence across the imaging-value chain
    Featuring Philips Illumeo

    10:45 - 1:15 - 4:15

     

    Improved diagnostic confidence in ER settings with Spectral Detector CT
    Featuring Philips IQon Spectral CT

    11:30 - 2:45

     

    Is Molecular Imaging the New Personalized Medicine? Is digital PET the answer?
    Featuring Philips Vereos

    11:45 - 3:00

     

    Enhancing Diagnostics and Workflow with Philips fluoroscopy
    Featuring Philips all-new flat-panel DRF portfolio

    12:00 - 3:15

     

    How art & music can impact the well-being of patients and staff
    Featuring Philips MRI with Ambient Experience in-bore Connect

    2:30 - 4:45

     

    Radiology Quiz
    12:15 - 4:45

    Philips ‘Lunch & Learn’ symposium

    Please join us at the Philips ‘Lunch & Learnsymposium to find out how our digital Fluoroscopy solutions support you to improve your clinical outcome. Together with clinical experts we will outline, how a fully digital workflow and our innovations in image quality contribute to meet the day-to-day challenges in your radiology department.

    Date: Tuesday, November 28, 2017

    Time: 12.30 – 1.30 pm

    Location: McCormick Place, South Building, level 4, room S403B

     

    Topic: Enhanced diagnostic confidence with digital fluoroscopy

    • Real-time dose control, real-time image processing
    • Exceptional image quality for targeted diagnosis
    • Comprehensive dose management for patient and staff benefits
    • Excellent workflow efficiency and improved patient focus

     

    Speakers

    • Dr. André Gooßen, Senior Engineer Image Processing, Diagnostic X-ray, Philips Healthcare, Hamburg/Germany
    • Dr. Kavitesh Deo, Radiology Registrar, Waikato District Health Board, Hamilton/New Zealand
    • Mike Cornett, Director of Radiology, Wadley Regional Medical Center, Texarkana, Texas/USA 
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    Insight Night 2017
    Presented by U.S. News and World Report 


    Tuesday, November 28, 2017 6:30pm-7:30pm


    Marriott Marquis Chicago

    2121 S Prairie Ave

    Chicago, IL 60616

     

    Getting it Right the First Time: The Revolution in Diagnosis.

    US News
    According to the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, misdiagnosis is a pressing patient safety issue, and one that many people will experience at least once.  Smart use of EMRs, big data and emerging technologies such as AI, promise to transform the way diagnosis happens and the rate of accuracy — but there’s a gap between hype and real-world applications. Insight Night at RSNA will discuss new technology and procedures that help healthcare professionals break down barriers to better care.
    Ben Harder

    Hosted by:
     

    Ben Harder
    Managing Editor, Chief of Health Analysis
    U.S. News & World Report

     

    Frans Van Houten

    Fireside chat:
     

    Frans van Houten

    Chief Executive Officer

    Royal Philips 

     

    Lindsay Lyon

    Lindsay Lyon

    Deputy Editor

    U.S. News & World Report

     

    Sanjay "Sam" Gambhir, MD, PhD

    Panelists:

     

    Sanjiv “Sam” Gambhir, MD, PhD

    Chair, Department of Radiology

    Stanford Medicine

     

    David E. Newman-Toker, M.D., Ph.D.

    David E. Newman-Toker, M.D., Ph.D.
    Director, Armstrong Institute Center for Diagnostic Excellence

    Johns Hopkins Medicine

     

    Karen Cosby, M.D.

    Karen Cosby, M.D., FACEP, CPPS

    Chair, Division of Observation and Quality, Emergency Medicine and Senior Attending

    Cook County Health & Hospitals System

    Associate Professor

    Rush Medical College, Chicago

     

    Space is limited so reserve your spot today!

     

    AI is Already All Around Us - How AI Makes Us Better

    Eran Rubens
    Eran Rubens, Chief Technology Officer of the Enterprise Imaging business, Philips Healthcare.

    We are already using AI on a daily basis as consumers, where it enhances our experiences and improves our efficiency. What is key to making the AI augmented human better? We will look at how Philips achieves this with adaptive intelligence.

    Monday, November 27, 11:30am

    Located in the Machine Learning Showcase, Hall B - North Hall 

     

    Stop by our Kiosk #8149K to learn more.

    Explore our solutions

    Imaging remains at the heart of healthcare delivery

     

    Together, we can shepherd a new age of innovation, one that transform healthcare by focusing on the people behind the image and getting it right from the start.

    Press inquiries


    For RSNA Press Inquiries, please contact

     

    Kathy O'Reilly

    Kathy.OReilly@philips.com

    +1 (978) 221-8919

    Twitter: @kathyoreilly

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