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RSNA 2018 shines light on AI, machine learning
RSNA 2018 doesn't stray far from last year's themes, so conference-goers should expect to be inundated with all the ways that artificial intelligence and machine learning will modernize the medical imaging field. Read Now
Tens of thousands of healthcare professionals will convene at Chicago's McCormick Place for RSNA 2018, the 104th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting of the Radiological Society of North America, from Nov. 25 to Nov. 30. The conference, which is the largest healthcare event in North America, is expected to draw about 50,000 attendees.
SearchHealthIT news writer Makenzie Holland will be on site at RSNA 2018 to conduct interviews with experts and attend educational sessions.
1News from the RSNA 2018 conference
Couldn't make it to this year's RSNA annual conference? This section of the guide will help you stay up to date with news from the show. Be sure to come back after for our post-conference analysis and expert interviews from RSNA 2018.
2RSNA 2017 recap
Need a quick refresher on what was covered at the 2017 RSNA conference? Bring yourself up to speed with our coverage of last year's show.
AI and machine learning join the value-based care transformation
RSNA 2017 sheds light on value-based care in medical imaging and beyond. Beyond the hype, health IT professionals saw pros and cons of applying AI and machine learning in radiology to improve clinical performance and patient outcome. Read Now
Cybersecurity attacks threaten medical devices and patients' lives
In the wake of frequent cybersecurity attacks on healthcare providers, as well as massive health data breaches, two health IT experts at RSNA 2017 suggested radiologists and radiology organizations should secure medical devices to ensure patient safety. Read Now
Young radiologists would lead the way for AI in medical imaging
In this podcast from RSNA 2017, Stephen Chan, a veteran radiologist, spoke with SearchHealthIT about the real-life applications of AI in radiology and indicated that the new generation of radiologists would be the backbone to incorporate AI in their workflow. Listen Now
3Learn more about medical imaging from pros
Artificial intelligence in radiology has raised a lot of eyebrows from medical imaging professionals who fear losing their jobs to the technology. Learn whether those concerns are justified.
Radiologists shouldn't fear AI
Chilmark Research analyst Brian Edwards shares his thoughts on why radiologists and other imaging professionals should embrace -- not exclude -- AI as an auxiliary tool for diagnoses. Watch Now
What's driving changes in attitude towards AI in radiology?
Radiologists are beginning to come around to AI as an auxiliary tool that can improve efficiency and accuracy, one analyst said. Listen Now
Medical image storage benefits from the cloud
The cloud offers an alternative to on-premises storage for healthcare organizations that are faced with a growing number of medical imaging data. Read Now