DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/6d2bgj/_vital_signs) has announced the addition of the " Vital Signs - Review of the 2014 RSNA: The Year of Radiology's Self-Appraisal" report to their offering.
Overview and discussion of the top themes from the RSNA 2014 Annual Meeting, with a focus on the vendor Exhibit Floor.
The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 2014 Annual Meeting marked the organization's centennial event and is an occasion to reflect on decades of progresses in the field of radiology and medical imaging. It is also the occasion to assess the extent to which the field has come of age by raising some bold questions about its maturity. Is it still in its childhood? In its adolescence? Is it well into adulthood?
At RSNA 2014, the field of radiology raised some big questions about its future: How will I fit the changing needs of healthcare? What can I do to prove my value? Where can I find my next success? With this existential questioning floating in the background, Frost & Sullivan's assessment of the major themes that transpired from the 2014 RSNA Technical Exhibits floor includes: 1) Maximizing Customer Returns; 2) Expanding Clinical Reach; 3) Adding Value through Service; 4) Leveraging Enterprise Imaging Informatics; and 5) Ramping Up Imaging Analytics.
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