#RSNA2019: “Visualize the Possibilities” – Still time to add expert sessions to your schedule

2019-11-30T09:31:40+01:00November 30th, 2019|Enterprise Imaging Platform, General|

Are you heading to RSNA 2019 ? Then you are probably finalizing your schedule to get the most out of these 5 days of learning, innovation exploration and hands-on experiences.

Visualize the Possibilities. Learn from peers and experts. 
We’re excited to host a full programme of expert sessions at the Agfa HealthCare booth where customers share their real-life experiences and real-life successes with Enterprise Imaging. They will let you visualize the possibilities of transforming your radiology practice.

With the undeniable value of first-hand insights  and feedback from peers, these sessions are a must on your schedule.
Check out the full programme here. (click on the calendar icon to add them to your personal calendar)

You will learn from:

  • A university hospital in the US that turned efficiency metrics, a single worklist for reading for multiple locations and remote reading into efficiency gains.
  • A busy city hospital and Level One Trauma Center in the US that implemented a change management initiative as it deployed Enterprise Imaging in multiple service lines.
  • A UK hospital that achieved a 45% increase in productivity after implementing Enterprise Imaging, supporting a growth rate of 10%.
  • and many more…

All expert sessions take place at the Agfa HealthCare booth, #4705, South Hall.
Come 10 minutes early and enjoy one of the best cappuccino’s in Chicago. 

 

Special lecture: “Evidence-based AI in Radiology – Ensuring Value-based Application and Improving Outcomes”
Visitors will also have the opportunity to learn from Agfa HealthCare’s experts on topics such as evidence-based Augmented Intelligence (AI) in radiology.
The special lecture by Dr. Anjum M. Ahmed on Monay, 2 Dec, in the new Innovation Theater will include use cases and insight into how AI may augment clinical intelligence and assist in the early detection of critical diseases. Recent feedback from clinical thought leaders will uncover the factors to be considered for AI, including strategy, governance, validation, KPIs and evidence.

See you soon!

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