Annual Meeting FAQs
RSNA 2022 FAQs
Still have questions about RSNA 2022? Find answers to your questions on this page. Stay tuned for updates — new information about RSNA 2023 will be added as it becomes available.
On this page
- General Q&A
- Help & Support
- Program & Schedule
- CME & Certificates
- Things to do
- Technical Exhibits
- Exhibitor Support
- Health & Safety
Need help with something else?
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-630-571-2670 (outside the U.S. and Canada) or 1-800-381-6660 (U.S. and Canada only).
What are the meeting hours?
The RSNA 2022 live meeting will run from 7:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. CT from Sunday, Nov. 27 through Wednesday Nov. 30 and 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 1.
The Technical Exhibits will be open Sunday, Nov. 27 through Wednesday, Nov. 30 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
What time zone does the meeting occur in?
What parking options are available at McCormick Place?
There are two main parking lots at McCormick Place. They are in close proximity, within walking distance and ADA accessible. McCormick Place parking garages do not offer in-and-out privileges.
For parking at the North and South Buildings, use Lot A, also known as Martin Luther King Self Park/MLK, located at 2301 S. Prairie Ave. Lot A is automated and open 24/7. The parking rate is $25 for up to 16 hours and $38 for 16–24 hours.
For parking at the Lakeside Center East, use Lot C, also known as Lakeside Garage, located on Fort Dearborn Dr. The parking rate is $25/day.
Overnight parking is only available in Lot A.
A limited number of prepaid guaranteed parking spaces are available at McCormick Place for $38/day by advance order of an Attendee Parking Permit. This permit allows access to the garages with in-and-out privileges. Parking spaces are guaranteed even if lots fill to capacity.
To reserve a prepaid parking space, visit McCormickPlace.clickandpark.com.
Are shuttle buses available to and from McCormick Place?
Yes! Let RSNA take the stress out of getting to and from McCormick Place from your hotel with our complimentary shuttle bus service.
Familiarize yourself with your hotel’s shuttle bus route and boarding location.
Where do I pick up my badge?
Badges can be picked up from Nov. 25 – Dec. 1 in McCormick Place at the following locations:
South Building – Level 1, Room S100
Friday–Saturday: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Sunday–Wednesday: 7a.m. – 5 p.m.
Thursday: 7 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Lakeside Center East Building – Level 2, Hall E
Sunday–Wednesday: 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Thursday: 7 a.m. – 3 p.m.
I lost my badge. Can I get another one?
Where can I find my login information?
Attendees: Use your RSNA username and password to begin your RSNA 2022 experience.
Forgot your password or username? You can reset your password or username from the login screen.
If you need further assistance locating your RSNA username and password, visit us at an Info Desk within McCormick Place, contact us at email@example.com or call 1-630-571-2670 (outside the U.S. and Canada) or 1-800-381-6660 (U.S. and Canada only).
Exhibitors: Use your Registration ID and email to begin your RSNA 2022 experience. If you need assistance locating your Registration ID, please click “Forgot Registration ID” to have your confirmation resent.
If you are not registered for RSNA 2022, please contact your primary company contact to register. To learn who your company contact is, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What if I can't make a live session?
All eligible live programming will be available on demand after the session has ended for RSNA 2022 registrants with Virtual Access.
Extended, on-demand access to nearly 100% of meeting content is also available. To retain access to on-demand content until May 1, 2023, attendees can add Virtual Access to their registration by visiting RSNA.org/Register.
I'm an RSNA member. Am I automatically registered for RSNA 2022?
I’d like to reserve my hotel room early. How can I do that?
The RSNA 2022 hotel reservation system is now closed. Please contact your hotel directly to make changes to your reservation.
Who do I contact if I have additional questions?
Meeting attendees and presenters can contact us at email@example.com or call 1-630-571-2670 (outside the U.S. and Canada) or 1-800-381-6660 (U.S. and Canada only).
Exhibitors can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-630-571-7850.
Is there an RSNA 2022 meeting app?
Yes! The RSNA 2022 meeting app is now available in the App Store and Google Play for all attendees to use. Our meeting website, Meeting Central, is also mobile optimized for your convenience.
The RSNA 2022 meeting app features:
- Annual meeting programming
- Session steaming
- Agenda planning
- Credit claiming
- Peer Finder
- Exhibitor list and industry programming
- Onsite resources and McCormick Place maps
Will there be concurrent sessions during the meeting?
Can I share my login information with other members of my team?
In order to have access to the full RSNA 2022 experience — including opportunities for a personalized certificate of attendance and credit claiming — please do not share your registration credentials with others.
Know someone who would still like to register? Send them to RSNA.org/Register.
How early do I need to sign on to a virtual session?
Help & Support
If I need to speak to someone quickly, whom do I contact?
Please contact us between the hours of 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. CT at email@example.com or call 1-630-571-2670 (outside the U.S. and Canada) or 1-800-381-6660 (U.S. and Canada only) between now and November 27.
From Nov. 27 to Dec. 1, please contact us from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. CT at firstname.lastname@example.org or utilize our Live Agent.
Look for live chat support while on Meeting Central and interact with our live RSNA agents through the easy-to-use chat box, Sunday - Thursday, 7:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. CT.
Who can I contact for technical support?
I'm an exhibitor and I need support with my exhibition or presentation.
Can I add sessions to my calendar?
How do I download all the Digital Posters?
What is the recommended browser?
Can I get virtual access on my phone?
How do I report inappropriate behavior?
In what language will technical support be available?
Program & Schedule
Where can I find the meeting program and how do I search for specific sessions?
Visit Meeting Central to view the full meeting program. To search for specific sessions, select “Program” from the navigation bar at the top of the page and select “Sessions.” You can then choose from the available search options to search by day, session types, topics or content type. A search bar is also available to search by keyword, topic or subspecialty.
When using the RSNA 2022 meeting app, select icons “View Sessions by Day” or “View Sessions by Type” from the homepage.
What is an on-demand session and how can I access them?
On-demand sessions can be viewed at your convenience and are posted within 24 hours after the live session ends. Nearly 100% of eligible content is available on-demand for all attendees with Virtual Access until May 1, 2023, noon CT.
To find an on-demand session, use the RSNA 2022 meeting app or visit Meeting Central, select “Program” then “Sessions” from the menu and use the available filters or the search bar to locate your session.
Links to on-demand videos are located within each session.
How do I access Case of the Day?
Case of the Day is presented electronically in the Learning Center of McCormick Place and cases are available for Virtual Access registrants on Meeting Central. To access Case of the Day on Meeting Central, select “Program” then “Case of the Day” from the menu.
Each day of the in-person meeting (Sunday through Wednesday) a new case will be displayed from 17 categories.
Attendees may submit a diagnosis for each case at nearby internet stations, on the electronic presentation system or via Meeting Central using any web browser. For each correct diagnosis submitted, attendees will receive 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.
New for 2022 — RSNA Case Collection™ Case of the Day
RSNA Case Collection will be featured at Case of the Day! Challenge yourself to make a diagnosis! To learn more about RSNA Case Collection and find out how you can submit a case, test your skills, and view cases, visit RSNA.org/Explore-Case-Collection (no CME credit.)
Where can I find the education exhibits and digital posters?
More than 2,500 science and education backboard exhibits, along with quality improvement reports that describe successful radiology quality initiatives, are on display in the Learning Center, Lakeside Center East, Level 3.
Authors will be present in the Learning Center on assigned days to discuss their findings:
Sunday: 11:45 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.
Monday–Thursday: 9–9:30 a.m. and 12:15–1:15 p.m.
Education exhibits and science posters are available at any time during the meeting for self-study. Digital presentations are available for 24-hour viewing by Virtual Access registrants on Meeting Central.
To view digital posters, visit Meeting Central and select “Program” then “Digital Posters” from the menu. When using the app, select the “Digital Posters” icon from the homepage.
Please note: CME is not available for education exhibits and digital posters.
What time are the plenary sessions and how can I watch them?
The President’s Address and Opening Session will be held on Sunday, Nov. 27, from 4–5:30 p.m. CT. Plenary sessions are featured daily throughout the week.
Information on the plenary sessions can be viewed through the Program section of Meeting Central or our meeting highlights page. All plenary sessions can be accessed live and on-demand through May 1, 2023, noon CT.
How do I clear my filters on the search page?
How can I interact with presenters during sessions?
Virtual Access registrants have access to a group chat function on-screen during all live-streamed sessions to ask questions and talk with other meeting attendees.
Interested in upgrading to Virtual Access? Visit our pricing and registration page to modify your registration.
How can I register for RSNA 2022?
Register or upgrade your registration online by visiting RSNA.org/Register. Members can register for the in-person meeting for $100.
Virtual Access can be added to any registration package for an additional fee, providing access to on-demand programming through May 1, 2023 noon CT.Register now View pricing & registration
Can I be connected to live help?
Yes. From Nov. 27 to Dec. 1., please contact us between the hours of 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. CT at email@example.com or call 1-630-571-2670 (outside the U.S. and Canada) or 1-800-381-6660 (U.S. and Canada only).
You can also connect to us through the Live Agent feature of Meeting Central.
Customer support hours pre- and post- RSNA 2022 are between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. CT.
I need my confirmation email.
After you’ve finished the registration process, please check your email. We’ll send you a registration confirmation with your receipt and additional information about the meeting.
Already registered? Sign in to manage your registration, upgrade your package, print a receipt or email a confirmation.
How can members of the press register?
Can I get a refund for my registration fees?
Do I need to pay a registration fee to get Virtual Access to RSNA 2022?
Yes. All participants who want to view virtual education and science programming must register for Virtual Access.
Visit RSNA.org/Register to add virtual access to your registration package —you’ll get access to nearly 100% of eligible programming through May 1, 2023, noon CT.
All RSNA 2022 registrants, regardless of registration type, can access industry programming and Virtual Exhibits through Meeting Central.
Is there a way to "reassign" a meeting to a fellow representative or colleague?
What is the registration cancellation/refund policy?
RSNA's cancellation and refund policy states:
- Name changes are not allowed. New registration and payment are required.
- Registrations are non-transferable.
- Refund requests received after Oct. 28 will neither be accepted nor refunded.
- No refunds will be issued for registration packages purchased and not used.
- RSNA 5k Fun Run fees and R&E Foundation donations are tax deductible and benefit the R&E Foundation. All Fun Run fees and donations are non-refundable.
Is there a badge reprint fee?
CME & Certificates
How long will attendees be able to access the RSNA 2022 meeting site to view courses?
Where can I access my certificate of attendance?
RSNA is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
- Educational Courses and Science Sessions
- Correctly diagnosing each Case of the Day
AMA Credit Designation Statement
Can international attendees earn CME credit?
CME credits may be transferable.
- Australia and New Zealand: RSNA is an authorized CPD provider
- Canada: AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ can be converted to Royal College MOC credits
- Mexico: All AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ are transferable
- Europe: Due to an agreement of mutual recognition, the UEMS European Accreditation Council will convert AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ to EACCME European CME Credits (ECMECs). For more information, contact the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS) at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit UEMS.net or EACCME.eu.
- Worldwide: CME claimed at RSNA 2022 may be transferable. Contact the CME governing body in your home country for details.
Can exhibitors claim CME?
CME credit is not tracked or awarded to exhibitor registrants. Exhibitor personnel who wish to obtain CME credit must register as a professional attendee.
How will CAMPEP credit for physicists be recorded?
The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Physics Education Programs (CAMPEP) has approved the direct transfer of AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ to MPCEC on a credit-for-credit basis for medical physicists.
CAMPEP registrants will be required to scan their badge for each educational session. Registrants will not receive CAMPEP credit for a session if they do not scan their badge.
CAMPEP MPCEC (Medical Physics Continuing Education Credit) for on-demand content is only available up to six weeks post meeting (Jan. 12, 2023).
Will RSNA offer credit to American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT)/American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT)?
Select courses within the RSNA 2022 program have been approved by the American Society of Radiologic Technologists, an ARRT®-approved Recognized Continuing Education Evaluation Mechanism Plus (RCEEM+), for appropriate ARRT Category A+ credit.
Not all in-person sessions are eligible for ARRT credit. Please check Meeting Central or the RSNA 2022 meeting app to determine if a course is eligible for ARRT credit.
Note: Virtual sessions are not eligible for ARRT credit.
How do I claim ARRT Continuing Education Credits?
In order to record and obtain Category A+ continuing education (CE) credits, all ARRT-registered radiologic technologists and radiologist assistants must follow ARRT guidelines. Failure to do so will result in no credits being awarded.
- ARRT requires that all registrants seeking A+ credit must be present and attentive for 50 minutes of every scheduled hour of a live CE activity. If you arrive late, leave early or slip out of the meeting room for a break, that time is deducted from your attendance.
- ARRT registrants will be required to scan their badge in and out of each educational session. Registrants will not receive ARRT credit for the session if they do not scan their badge in and out of the session.
- Sessions will automatically be added to their attendance record within 24 hours of the event and ARRT attendees will not be able to modify their credits.
- Partial credit is not available to ARRT attendees.
- In addition to ARRT requirements, we encourage ARRT registrants to evaluate their RSNA 2022 courses online using Meeting Central.
- In mid-December, RSNA will email certificates to ARRT-registered radiologic technologists and radiologist assistants who requested a certificate during registration and followed these ARRT guidelines.
Please contact the RSNA CME Office at email@example.com for any issues related to RSNA 2022 badge attendance validation for ARRT credit approved courses.
Staff are available at the Information Desks to assist with claiming credit. Visit Meeting Central or the RSNA 2022 meeting app to determine if a course is eligible for ARRT credit.
Can I claim SAMs course credit during RSNA 2022?
Where can I find the CME credit claiming website?
During the week of the live meeting, sessions viewed virtually and sessions into which in-person attendees scan, will be automatically added to their attendance record within 24 hours after the meeting.
Visit Meeting Central, select “Program” then “Claim CE Credit” to access the credit claiming site. You will then be able to search, select and evaluate your own sessions and to adjust the time spent in each session.
What is the process for claiming credit?
The credit claiming process has not changed for RSNA 2022. As a reminder, please note:
- Evaluations are no longer required – they are optional for the overall meeting and individual sessions.
- The credit claim site is easily accessed from Meeting Central or the RSNA 2022 meeting app.
- Registrants have the flexibility to attend and claim partial credits for multiple, live sessions held at the same time.
- Registrants with Virtual Access can maintain extended access beyond the week of the live meeting, through May 1, 2023, noon CT, to view and earn additional on-demand credits.
- After May 1, 2023, noon CT, no additional revisions to transcripts will be allowed; however, attendees will maintain access to the credit claiming site through May 1, 2024, noon CT, in order to print their certificate of attendance and credit certificate.
The RSNA 2022 credit claiming site is designed for self-service. Registrants will be able to:
- Review and adjust credit for education sessions attended.
- Complete evaluations and provide valuable feedback to RSNA.
- Print/save credit certificate and certificate of attendance at any time.
Are my viewed sessions automatically added to my record?
Can I get partial credit for attending a portion of session?
Can I claim credit for submitting diagnoses to Case of the Day?
Case of the Day is presented electronically in the Learning Center and is accessible for registrants with Virtual Access on Meeting Central. Each day, Sunday through Wednesday, a new case in each of 17 categories will be displayed.
Attendees may submit a diagnosis for each case at nearby internet stations, on the electronic presentation system, the RSNA 2022 meeting app or via any web browser using Meeting Central. For each correct diagnosis submitted, attendees will receive 0.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.
Please note: Credit is not available for RSNA Case Collection’s Case of the Day.
Where can I print CME transcripts from prior RSNA annual meetings?
RSNA members can log into their account and check their record in the CME Repository for all finalized credit claims from prior RSNA annual meetings.
If you still have questions about credit earned at those meetings, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Things to do
Can I still register for the 5k Fun Run?
Yes! Registration for the 5k Fun Run is open through Monday, Nov. 28. Visit the Fun Run desk on Level 2.5 of McCormick Place on Sunday, Nov. 27 and Monday, Nov. 28 from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. to register, receive location information and get your T-shirt.
For more information and to register, visit our Fun Run page.
Will a winner be awarded for the 5k Fun Run this year?
Can I get a refund for the Fun Run?
Are there any entertainment sessions?
Is there a way to purchase RSNA merchandise?
Are there any wellness sessions?
We recommend a visit to the Zen Zone — a space dedicated to relaxation and recharging. The Zen Zone includes lounge seating, yoga mats for meditation or self-guided yoga, aroma therapy and meditative music.
The Zen Zone is located in room N230A and is open Sunday–Wednesday from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Thursday.
Are there any social events taking place?
Yes! Join us at Last Call at the Exhibit Halls and RSNA After Dark on Wednesday, Nov. 30.
Last Call at the Exhibit Halls
Enjoy this free, non-ticketed social event and take one last walk around the exhibits with refreshments in hand on Nov. 30 from 2–4 p.m.
RSNA After Dark
Put on your dancing shoes and join us at one of Chicago’s most exclusive, late-night venues on Nov. 30 from 9 p.m. to midnight. Hurry — tickets are limited!
How can I message another attendee or exhibitor?
Download the RSNA 2022 meeting app and select "More" from the bottom navigation bar. From there, select "Peer Finder" to search for and connect with specific attendees who have opted-in to chat communication.
If you would like to message an exhibitor, select “Exhibition” then “Technical Exhibits” from the top menu of Meeting Central. On the homepage of the meeting app, select the “Exhibitors” icon. From there, you can search for and connect with exhibiting companies.
Please note: The Peer Finder feature is exclusive to the RSNA 2022 meeting app.
How can I manage my virtual networking settings?
Is there an open chat/forum?
Will networking be available after December 1?
Are there networking and events during RSNA 2022?
Where are the Technical Exhibits and what do they include?
The Technical Exhibits can be found in North Hall B, Level 3 and South Hall A, Level 3 at McCormick Place. The Technical Exhibits are open Sunday to Wednesday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. CT.
When you walk the floor of the world’s largest medical imaging exhibition, you can visit more than 600 leading manufacturers, suppliers and developers. Be sure to review the exhibitor list on Meeting Central to see which companies are joining us this year.
Don’t miss the popular AI Showcase, industry presentations, Lunch & Learns, Corporate Symposiums, product demonstrations and a variety of theater presentations.
Where can I find the Industry Presentations?
Use the RSNA 2022 meeting app or refer to Meeting Central for a list of companies and events (select “Exhibition” then “Industry Presentations” from the menu).
Virtual-only exhibitors are identified with a “V.”
How can I find the RSNA AI Theater presentations?
The AI Theater (South Hall A, Booth 5149) is where you can explore the hottest topics in AI, machine learning and deep learning with daily industry presentations, Sunday through Wednesday from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Four special RSNA presentations will occur on select days from 4 to 5 p.m. Visit the AI Showcase section of Meeting Central for the most up-to-date schedule.
Where can I find product demonstrations?
Product demonstrations are happening throughout the Technical Exhibits in a variety of places. Refer to the Technical Exhibits Guide for a schedule of events. You can find your copy of the Technical Exhibits Guide at the entrances of the North and South Exhibit Halls of McCormick Place.
To access the schedule online, use the RSNA 2022 meeting app or visit Meeting Central and, select “Exhibition” from the menu, then select “Industry Presentations.”
Interactive demonstrations and group chat features are available to help you discover products and services, make valuable connections and network with and learn more about our exhibitors participating in person, virtually or both.
Where can I find the AI Showcase and what does it include?
The AI Showcase is located in the Technical Exhibits, South Hall A, Level 3, starting at Booth 3929.
It’s the central place for all things related to AI and the premier place for educators, researchers, health care professionals and exhibitors to experience the latest in AI and machine learning in radiology. Connect with more than 100 companies delivering next-level AI software, product demonstrations and solutions.
Additionally, attendees can attend presentations in the AI Theater to learn about hot topics in AI, machine learning and deep learning. The RSNAI Resource Center, located next to the AI Theater, provides attendees with the opportunity to ask questions and get information on how to advance their AI education with a variety of RSNA resources.
Learn more about the AI Showcase on Meeting Central.
How do I find a specific exhibitor?
Browse a comprehensive list of exhibitors and their products or services through Meeting Central or the RSNA 2022 meeting app.
Select “Exhibition” then “Technical Exhibits” from the menu to search by exhibitor name or type, product categories or exhibit area. Use our interactive floor plans to quickly locate exhibitor booths.
My Show Planner
All RSNA 2022 attendees can access a handy tool to optimize searching and networking online with technical exhibitors. Use My Show Planner to save exhibitors, products, exhibitor resource material, industry sessions and exhibitor contacts. Use it to plan and to easily find and save meeting content that you can access until May 1, 2023, noon CT.
What other special areas are there in the Technical Exhibits?
Join us for 15-minute live presentations featuring the latest imaging innovations from exhibiting companies in South Hall A, Booth 3316. Presentations will take place in the Innovation Theater Sunday through Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. For additional details, review the program in Meeting Central
3D Printing & Mixed Reality Showcase
Located in North Hall B, starting at Booth 8100, the 3D Printing & Mixed Reality Showcase is where you can interact with the latest 3D medical printing and augmented and virtual reality technologies.
First-Time Exhibitor Pavilion
We are welcoming a variety of new exhibitors to RSNA 2022 in South Hall A, starting at Booth 3349. Meet these newcomers and see what they have to offer.
Connect with representatives from educational institutions and leading medical associations from around the world in South Hall A, starting at Booth 1000. Shop for educational publications and professional services addressing virtually every aspect of medical imaging.
Stop by Booth 1007 to meet with RSNA publications staff who are available to answers questions about any of RSNA’s peer-reviewed journals.
Located in South Hall A, starting at Booth 1018, Recruiters Row is where you can connect with organizations offering career opportunities and meet with prospective employers who are on hand.
The RSNA professional photo studio is open Sunday through Wednesday in Booth 1031; stop by and get your complimentary professional headshot. Photos are optimized for use on LinkedIn, CVs and other digital distribution and will be emailed to you.
Where can I find the listing of Lunch & Learns and how can I sign up?
Lunch & Learns allow you to participate in midday panel discussions, demonstrations and lectures with company leaders and medical professionals.
You can search for Lunch & Learns through the RSNA 2022 meeting app or Meeting Central. Select “Program” then “Session Types” from the menu and use the “Lunch & Learns” filter to find sessions by day. If you plan to attend a Lunch & Learn session, please RSVP.
Lunch & Learn sessions are held in person and are unavailable on demand.
How can I sign up for a corporate symposium?
Can I contact exhibitors/view their booths after Nov. 30?
During what hours are the exhibit staff available?
Who can I contact if I have a question about my industry presentation or company’s booth?
Will the Virtual Exhibits platform be available after the live show ends?
How can I network with potential customers?
Health & Safety
What safety protocols will be in place during RSNA 2022?
As a health care organization, RSNA is strongly committed to protecting the health and safety of all meeting attendees and personnel. The Society is actively working with the City of Chicago and McCormick Place to implement public health protocols and best practices to provide the safest possible meeting environment.
We will continue to monitor recommendations issued by the CDC and state/local health authorities and will adjust health and safety protocols as needed.
Will meeting attendees be required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination?
RSNA will not require COVID-19 vaccine validation for RSNA 2022.
Will meeting attendees be required to wear masks?
No, masks are not required.
RSNA 2022 will be a mask-friendly environment. Attendees may choose whether to wear a face mask based on their personal health assessment and comfort level onsite. RSNA strives to deliver a welcoming environment for all. We ask attendees to be respectful of other people’s choices.
At this point in time, masks are not required in most locations or on public transportation in Chicago. However, local recommendations and guidelines are subject to change. Please continue to check our health and safety page for the latest updates.
What options do I have if I am unable to attend the meeting in person this year?
RSNA 2022 Virtual Access will feature nearly 100% of all annual meeting programming. Virtual access is ideal for those who cannot attend in person, as well as for attendees who wish to maximize their onsite experience. Review our pricing and registration page to find a registration package that works best for you.
What should I do if I feel ill while I’m attending the meeting?
If you are feeling ill or experiencing flu-like symptoms or a rash, we ask that you take the following precautions:
- Avoid traveling if you are feeling ill.
- While in Chicago, please remain in your hotel room and refer to the RSNA health & safety documentation in your Meeting Guide or at RSNA.org for information on where to seek testing sites or medical care if you experience any of the following symptoms: fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, muscle or body aches, headache, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or rash.
What should I do if I test positive for COVID-19 while attending the meeting?
If you have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past five days, please remain in your hotel room or seek medical care. Do not attend RSNA 2022 in person. Virtual Access to the meeting, offering nearly 100% of all programming, is available until May 1, 2023.
I need a COVID test for my return flight. Where can I get one?
Safe Expo will provide onsite COVID-19 testing via walk-in or by appointment at McCormick Place, North Building, Level 1, Room N138.
Tests are available Sunday – Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Thursday from 8 a.m. to noon.
Appointments can be scheduled in advance and walk-ins are also welcome.
• Rapid Antigen Tests: $50, results in 15 minutes
• Rapid LAMP Molecular NAAT: $150, results in 30 minutes
• Rapid RT-PCR: $300, results in 30 minutes
What other precautions should I follow while attending the meeting in Chicago?
- Wear your meeting badge at all times in McCormick Place.
- Wash your hands often or use available hand sanitizer stations at McCormick Place.
- Stay hydrated! Water bottle filling stations are conveniently located throughout McCormick Place.
Where can I find information about national, state and local recommendations for Chicago?