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Conference coverage from RSNA 2014


The 100th Radiological Society of North America Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting will be held at McCormick Place in Chicago from Nov. 30 to Dec. 5. This year's event will be host to approximately 55,000 guests and 700 exhibitors. Conferencegoers can choose from more than 300 educational courses and sessions that will go in-depth about radiology and other healthcare imaging subspecialties. SearchHealthIT will be on the conference room floor, gathering news and analysis from radiology professionals and conference attendees.

1During and after RSNA 2014-

Live from the show and post-conference coverage

Can't make it to RSNA 2014? Check here for updates on the latest news and reactions from those in attendance at the annual meeting. Our coverage doesn't end when the show does. Follow up after the conference for late-breaking announcements and post-show analysis from radiology and healthcare imaging professionals.


Radiology image sharing and other buzz heard at RSNA 2014

Matt Terry, research director for medical imaging technology at KLAS Enterprises, previews an upcoming report on enterprise imaging strategies. Continue Reading


Radiologists work to meet meaningful use measures

Don Woodlock, an executive in GE Healthcare's cardiology IT and healthcare IT units, talks with SearchHealthIT about what meaningful use asks of radiologists. Continue Reading

2Seen at RSNA-

RSNA 2014 videos

Rasu Shrestha, M.D., sat down with SearchHealthIT at RSNA 2014 and shared his thoughts about the conference and the future of radiology.


UPMC chief innovation officer talks RSNA trends

At RSNA 2014, SearchHealthIT catches up with the chief innovation officer at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.


Radiology, healthcare could benefit from gamification

In the second half of this video interview, Rasu Shrestha, M.D., explains what disappointed him about this year's RSNA event.

3Before the show-

RSNA 2014 preview

Before RSNA 2014 begins, we'll be previewing the event by delivering the most recent developments in radiology. Like most healthcare practitioners, radioligsts often have a smartphone within reach. Read this section to find out what's holding them back from incorporating their personal mobile devices into their workflow.


100th annual RSNA conference to examine meaningful use

Meaningful use, mobile image sharing and health data analytics are all on the program at RSNA 2014. Continue Reading


Meaningful use audits on the horizon for radiologists

Radiologists that are participants in the meaningful use program may be audited. Find out what that entails. Continue Reading


Cerner, Siemens in talks about RIS deal

Find out the details of another potential health IT systems deal between Cerner and Siemens. Continue Reading


Nuance acquires medical image sharing firm Accelarad

Digitally storing and sharing medical images in the cloud has opened up new possibilities for Nuance Communications Inc. Continue Reading

4Past RSNA coverage-

RSNA 2013

SearchHealthIT was in Chicago in December 2013 and caught all the news that went down at RSNA 2013. During the show, our reporter caught up with radiology directors and found out why they've mostly moved on from EHRs and have turned their attention to business intelligence. Our coverage wrapped up with late-developing stories from the annual event and with post-show analysis on the state of radiology and health IT.


Implementing imaging systems takes a village

PACS are operated by only a few members of hospital personnel, but they take an organizationwide effort to plan for and install. Continue Reading


Technology could further reduce radiological errors

Find out how the next generation of radiologists could be computers. Continue Reading


Study presented at RSNA paints bleak reimbursement landscape

X-rays and CT scans are responsible for a portion of the greater than one-quarter of services for which radiologists weren't compensated. Continue Reading


Physicians requiring more from their imaging systems

For business and information reasons, physicians are making their way into the PACS and VNA markets. Continue Reading


Radiologists need an intelligent approach to save their business

Meaningful use is changing how providers are paid, leaving radiologists scrambling to patch their shortcomings. Continue Reading


Find out how EHRs are holding radiology workflows back

Radiology information systems, once a dying breed of technology, have made resurgence at the expense of EHRs. Continue Reading

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