The Radiological Society of North America Scientific Assembly & Annual Meeting, RSNA 2013, takes place in Chicago, Dec. 1-7. It will cover the latest developments affecting standard imagining technologies, such as picture archiving and communication systems. The show also promises to feature discussions of how radiologists are preparing for the numerous rule changes, including stage 2 of meaningful use, set to alter how healthcare is regulated. SearchHealthIT has the event covered, from preshow coverage to reactions after the conference.
1After the show -
Though RSNA 2013 may be over, there is still plenty of news and post-conference analysis to come. This section features developments that took place during the end of the conference and industry reaction to announcements that were made at the show.
A man who maintains the PACS integration of 20 hospitals and 30 radiology centers shares why PACS best practices start in the planning stages. Continue Reading
Computers are capable of adaptive learning, which makes it possible to teach them how to study images. When will this technology be more widely used by radiologists? Continue Reading
The medical imaging department is in the spotlight as the need to exchange more than just basic imaging information increases. Continue Reading
Uncompensated testing for radiological services is part of the healthcare economic problem. What can CIOs do to stop rising costs? Continue Reading
2From the conference floor-
Live at RSNA 2013
Don Fluckinger, SearchHealthIT's news director, is on-site at RSNA 2013, scoping out the latest news at conference presentations and in one-on-one interviews with expert attendees. Check back often during the show for updates.
Business intelligence may be the solution radiologists need to stay ahead of regulations and shrinking reimbursements. Continue Reading
3RSNA 2013 preview-
Before 55,000 attendees and the nearly 700 exhibitors descend upon Chicago, read up on the latest news and potential subjects to be covered at this year's event. Find out what technologies radiologists are using to prepare their practices to meet meaningful use requirements and to share data appropriately with their patients.
Digital radiology makes it simpler for radiologists to get second opinions from colleagues. Find out why this is easier said than done in the U.S. Continue Reading
Collaboration between radiologists and physicians could help patients avoid expensive tests. Continue Reading