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RSNA 2017

No silos. No limits.

RSNA 2017

Nov. 26 - 30, 2017 | Booth #6734, Hall B - North Hall
McCormick Place, Chicago, IL, USA

Schedule a meeting with a Philips representative at our booth

Join us this year at RSNA and see how we are connecting people, technology and data to produce innovative solutions that matter to you.

Explore our solutions

Enhancing the patient and staff experience

Create a comforting and calming environment
Enable your patients to take greater control by selecting their ambient experience theme to produce a positive distraction, helping you get the image right the first time.
Reduce radiation overdose
Tools, technologies and services to help you to build a sustainable radiation safety program in your department.
Focus on your patients
All-new Digital Radiography and Fluoroscopy solutions support fast, confident diagnoses with excellent image quality using grid-controlled fluoroscopy and dynamic UNIQUE image processing.
Ease the stress of patients, virtually
A virtual reality experience that takes your patients on a journey to show them what to expect during their MRI experience.

Drive improved treatments and outcomes

Perform interventional procedures more consistently and efficiently
Next-generation image guided therapy platform to optimize your lab performance and provide superior care.
Your path to precision is fully digital
Simplify clinical decision making with a faster, more confident path to treatment using properietary Digital Photon Counting technology (DPC).
Assess liver disease with ultrasound
Ultrasound systems and technologies to meet the challenges of today's most demanding hepatology patients.

Simplify data and insight gathering

Improve diagnostic confidence
Achieve valuable clinical insights such as improved tissue characterization and visualization with spectral CT results 100% of the time in each scan.
Work quickly and efficiently
Advanced visualization offers a single integrated solution to help you work quickly and efficiently with increased diagnostic confidence.
Reduce variability with tailored workflows
Clinically intelligent software with adaptive intelligence that redefines how radiologists interface with images.
Measure and improve operational performance
Integrated dashboard to provide operational and performance insights across modalities and imaging equipment as well as action items, case studies, training alerts and other continuous improvement opportunities.

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Join us for a radiology focused webinar with Becker’s Healthcare

From transactional to strategic: A systems approach to transforming your radiology service line for better patient care at lower cost


Monday, October 23, 2017 | 1:00 - 2:00 pm EST

 

Register for the webinar

Richard Towbin

Richard Towbin, MD

Chief of Radiology at Phoenix Children's Hospital
Mark Zielazinski

Mark Zielazinski

Chief Information and Technology Integration Officer, Marin General Hospital

New technologies for 3D integrated workflows

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.

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

Secure your place today. Space is limited.

 

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.
  • Dr. Solomon Dadia, Deputy Director Orthopedic Oncology and Head of Surgical 3D Printing Lab, Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center
  • Kevin Lev, Marketing Director Illumea, Philips

Welcome to booth 6735

Floorplan

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.  Here are few to pique your interest, with many more sessions to be announced.
 

First Time Right: Patient-centered imaging and the journey to a confident diagnosis
Kees Wesdorp, Business Group Leader, Diagnostic Imaging, Philips
 

Systematic Integration of 3D Modeling and 3D Printing into the Healthcare Environment
Justin Ryan, Research Scientist of the Cardiac 3D Print Lab, Phoenix Children’s Hospital & Arizona State University
 

Have you been hacked yet?
Jeroen Tas, Chief Innovation and Strategy Officer, Philips & Michael C. McNeil, Global Product Security & Services Officer, Philips
 

Can your choice of interventional system impact your procedure time?
Khrystiaan Reinseth, Global Director, IGT Efficiency Solutions, Philips
 

Economic impact of IQon Spectral Detector CT
Ekta Dharaiya, M.S., Senior Scientist, CT-Clinical Science, Philips
 

New perspectives. Bigger MRI impact with Compressed SENSE
Martijn Hartjes, MR Product Marketing Lead, Philips
 

Re-inventing treatment of Deep Venous Disease
John Unser, Sr. Global Peripheral Arterial Product Manager, Philips
 

Exploring the ultimate ultrasound solution for liver assessment
Vijay Shamdasani, Ph.D. Principal Scientist & Product Owner, Ultrasound, Philips

 

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

Insight Night 2017
Presented by U.S. News and World Report 


Tuesday, November 28, 2017 6pm-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

Remarks by:
 

Frans van Houten

Chief Executive Officer

Royal Philips 

 

Space is limited so reserve your spot today!


Register now

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.

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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