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  •  1 Pdf Icon Subscription Tiered Pricing 2014   

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    To order a Radiology, Radiology Legacy Collection or RadioGraphics journal subscription, visit the Subscriptions page.

    Tier Pricing Radiology RadioGraphics Radiology & RadioGraphics Radiology Legacy
    1 $590.00 $346.00 $763.00 $3,850.00
    2 $948.00 $585.00 $1,299.00 $3,850.00
    3 $1,366.00 $823.00 $1,778.00 $3,850.00
    4 $2,048.00 $1,235.00 $2,665.00 $3,850.00
    5 Contact License@rsna.org
    Individual
    Subscription
    $292.00 $161.00 $328.00 N/A


    Print Packages Radiology RadioGraphics Both Journals
    North American subscribers
    (USA, Canada, Mexico)
    $220.00 $125.00 $345.00
    International Subscribers $290.00 $170.00 $460.00
    Single Issues Radiology RadioGraphics RadioGraphics Special Issue
    North American subscribers
    (USA, Canada, Mexico)
    $35.00 $35.00 $45.00
    International Subscribers $50.00 $50.00 $60.00

    2014 TIER DESCRIPTIONS

    Tier 1

    • Bed count: 1-400
    • Associate College: Community, Technical, Further Education (UK).
    • Tribal College
    • Community Public Library (small scale): general reference public library, museum, non-profit administration office

    Tier 2

    • Bed count: 401-750
    • Baccalaureate College or University: Bachelor's is the highest degree offered
    • Master's College or University: Master's is the highest degree offered
    • Special Focus Institution: theological seminaries, Bible colleges, engineering, technological, business, management, art, music, design, law

    Tier 3

    • Bed count: 751-1,000
    • Research University: high or very high research activity without affiliated medical school
    • Health Profession School: non-medical, but health focused

    Tier 4

    • Bed count: 1,001+
    • Medical School: research universities with medical schools, including those with medical centers

    Tier 5

    • Consortia: academic, medical libraries, affiliated hospitals, regional libraries and other networks
    • Corporate
    • Government Agency and Ministry
    • Hospital System
    • Private Practice
    • Research Institute: government and non-government health research
    • State or National Public Library
    • Professional Society: trade unions, industry trade association, lobbying organization

    Note:  License agreements are required for all corporate and commercial subscribers and can be viewed by clicking below.

    Licensing Distribution Rights

    • Access for Sharing: Give researchers full authorized access to share content internally and with government regulatory services.  
    • New Marketing Rights & Tools: Give marketing and communications staff rights to share printed or electronic content for product marketing and professional information purposes. 
    • Give Users Instant Notification: Opt-in to a variety of e-mail alerts, customizable for each employee’s needs—from subspecialty-specific to general table of contents.  

    Plus, enjoy these benefits...

    • Global Access Options: Select the access rights you need—including giving global access to staff around the world—with pricing based on relevant full-time employees.  
    • One Administration Account: Control and update all your institution’s access information from one account—including adding IP ranges and changing contact details. 
    • Remote Access Authentication: Use community usernames and passwords for institutions with non-static IP ranges. 

    Mission Based Pricing

    While RSNA is flexible in our agreements and will work with you and/or your legal department to determine language and finalize terms of the agreement that will satisfy all of your needs, we believe it is important to share our Mission Based Pricing Models. 

    The first step in RSNA’s mission based pricing is to determine the mission type: Is this institution academic, hospital, not-for-profit or corporate?

    Academic Model

    For single on-site academic institutional access, an RSNA subscription should provide access needs.Please see the Subscription Access Guidelines to determine the appropriate tier assignment. If there are multiple institutions or additional user needs, RSNA will need the full name, address, Ringgold ID number (if available) and Web address for each participating institution with a description of each user base and additional access rights requested. Also, please indicate if there is a single signatory party for the agreement or if each member institution must be a signatory. RSNA will use this information to determine the appropriate prices based on our subscription model. RSNA will use the number of sites included in the license to determine the level of "site discounts" a licensee will receive. Basically, the more sites you have, the greater your discount.

    Hospital Model

    For single on-site hospital access, an RSNA subscription should provide hospital access needs. Please see the Subscription Access Guidelines to determine the appropriate tier assignment. If there are multi-site or multi-institution user needs, RSNA will need the full name, address, and bed count for each participating hospital. Also, indicate if there is a single signatory party for the agreement or if each member hospital must be a signatory. RSNA will use this information to determine the appropriate prices based on our subscription model.

    RSNA will use the number of sites included in the license to determine the level of "site discounts" a licensee will receive. Basically, the more sites you have, the greater your discount.

    Not-for-Profit Model  

    RSNA will determine the scope of access. This is why RSNA generally asks for the number of sites looking to gain access and the total number of FTEs (even though most may not access e-journals) to determine the size of the organization. With a large percentage of international readership, we simply do not have the resources to research each institution to determine its size, so we use the total FTEs as our preliminary guideline. From here, the organization is assigned to an appropriate price range using this number.

    Because RSNA recognizes that it is unfair to base pricing completely on the size of an organization, especially if most employees will not use e-content, we ask for the number of relevant FTEs (rFTEs). We then determine the ratio of rFTEs to FTEs. The smaller the number of rFTEs in comparison to all FTEs, the larger the discount—up to 85% off the price.

    RSNA will use the number of sites included in the license to determine the level of "site discounts" a licensee will receive. Basically, the more sites you have, the greater your discount. RSNA offers certain clauses in contracts that provide different access and marketing rights (3.1.5 & 3.1.6). If these are removed, additional discounts are provided.

    Corporate Model

    RSNA will analyze the mission of the organization to determine how closely it aligns with RSNA’s own mission and determine the scope of access. This is why RSNA generally asks for the number of sites looking to gain access and the total number of FTEs (even though most may not access e-journals) to determine the size of the organization. With a large percentage of international readership, we simply do not have the resources to research each institution to determine its size, so we use the total FTEs as our preliminary guideline. From here, the organization is assigned to an appropriate price range using this number.

    Because RSNA recognizes it is unfair to base pricing completely on the size of an organization, especially if most employees will not use e-content, we ask for the number of relevant FTEs (rFTEs). We then determine the ratio of rFTEs to FTEs. The smaller the number of rFTEs in comparison to all FTEs, the larger the discount—up to 85% off the price.

    RSNA will use the number of sites included in the license to determine the level of "site discounts" a user will receive. Basically, the more sites you have, the greater your discount (we do this as an incentive to get all sites to license in a single contract).

    RSNA offers certain clauses in contracts that provide different access and marketing rights (3.1.5 & 3.1.6). If these are removed, additional discounts are provided.