— Health Time I+D+i (@HealthTime76) December 2, 2015
The number of international people at RSNA 2015 is impressive. It provides a unique mix of perspectives.
— Toshiba Medical (@ToshibaMedical) December 2, 2015
Like the rest of health care, radiologists care deeply about patients.
— GE Healthcare (@GEHealthcare) December 2, 2015
The visualizations at RSNA were really extraordinary.
— Rich Duszak, MD (@RichDuszak) December 2, 2015
One thing I discovered about RSNA and radiology is that they have a really strong grip on history. In some cases that’s good, but in other ways it’s damaging to progress.
— PhilipsLiveFrom (@PhilipsLiveFrom) November 29, 2015
This ultrasound is an example of how inexpensive and portable imaging and other health data collection has become. It’s incredibly powerful!
— Ichiro Ikuta, M.D. (@radiology_ninja) December 2, 2015
Outside of the various visualizations, the 3D printing was one of the most exciting things I saw at the conference. It was all over the place and has really become a reasonable option.