RSNA 2019 Trending Topics
AI, radiomics, 3D printing, clinical decision support and ML continue to dominate sessions in this subspecialty. Also, look for sessions that cover cybersecurity for imaging equipment.
An overview of informatics is part of the AI, Radiomics, Text Mining and More: 2019’s Key Advances in Imaging Informatics session and the Next Generation Reporting: Informatics to Improve the Value of Reporting session, which includes information about structured reporting and the patient-facing report.
Three institutions’ experiences with DL are highlights of Deep Learning in Radiology: How Do We Do It?
A session on interoperability in health care will showcase real world implementation standards including the RSNA Image Share.
There are several hands-on sessions on AI for non-coders including creating a detection algorithm for intracranial hemorrhage and learning object localization and image segmentation.
Look for sessions, Using Imaging Informatics to Enable Patient Experience Improvements in Radiology and Preparing your Radiology Practice and IT Department for Big Data.
Attendees looking for a hands-on experience in 3D printing can attend Creating Patient-Specific Anatomical Models for 3D Printing and AR/VR or Image to 3D Prints: How 3D Printing Works.
Those with an interest in 3D printing and AR and VR can visit the 3D Printing and Advanced Visualization Showcase on the Technical Exhibits floor. This showcase highlights the latest products in 3D printing equipment and software, as well as advanced visualization tools like AR, holography and VR platforms.
Education exhibit topics include VR and AR displays, patient safety, data sharing and patient reporting.
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