RSNA 2019 Survival Guide: Must-See Technology

Planning to attend the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 2019 meeting on December 1-6 at McCormick Place in Chicago? Novarad has the scoop on getting the most out of this event.

What to expect at RSNA 2019

The RSNA annual meeting gives radiology professionals opportunities to learn about new technologies, gain CME, and meet industry peers from around the globe.

This year offers an expanded AI Showcase and the 3D Printing and Advanced Visualization Showcase, as well as a new Innovation Theater and the Radiology Safety Zone. Over 50 startups will attend under the NVIDIA Inception virtual accelerator program.

At the Novarad booth, you’ll be able to try Microsoft’s brand new HoloLens 2 with the latest version of our FDA-cleared augmented reality surgical planning solution, OpenSight. Don’t miss this chance to get your hands on some of the most cutting-edge technology in healthcare and in augmented reality.

General conference tips

RSNA 2019 is a big event! Here’s how to stay focused and organized.

  • Set goals and create a strategy for completing them at the event.
  • Familiarize yourself with the venue map and exhibitor list beforehand.
  • Note your must-see exhibitors to avoid browsing aimlessly.
  • Choose sessions carefully, giving yourself time for everything you want to accomplish, including in-between, buffer time.
  • Plan for after-hours, whether that’s making reservations for a group dinner or sneaking away to decompress alone.
  • Pack for a Chicago winter—hats, scarves, gloves, and shoes that can get wet are absolute must-haves!

Take advantage of the Chicago location

RSNA is exciting and a little exhausting. Fortunately, Chicago has plenty to do after the conference. Some of our favorite options include:

Stumped for ideas? Stop by the Chicago concierge desk in the Grand Concourse, Level 3, for entertainment and dining recommendations.

Visit the Novarad booth!

For RSNA 2019, Novarad will be at booth #6110, so be sure to stop by and talk to Novarad President Paul Jensen. There, you can learn more about how we’re working to bring enterprise imaging into the future and help radiology lead the way in solving imaging challenges and improving patient care.

1 thought on “RSNA 2019 Survival Guide: Must-See Technology

  1. Thanks Kristi
    I am a first time registrant for RSNA. My main intent is to evaluate MR and CT systems from 4 vendors who have invited me to their booths. I reached out to Scott Jorgensen my local representative who offered to get a pass for me. I had already registered and paid that fee. Not sure if any reimbursement can be issued. Understand if that is not the case however your assistance would be very appreciated. I have been a NovaRad customer since 2003 and recently have shown interest in the NovaDose application actually initiated the installation and then found there were some hidden unexpected licenses required from some of my department equipment vendors. so I decided to hold off on it for now. I do feel when I move toward dose monitoring I will revisit the Novarad option. If this is something that can be demonstrated I would fit it in if possible.

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