Daily Bulletin 2017

Fast 5 Session Makes RSNA Debut Today

Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017

An engaging, fast-paced opportunity to share new ideas, the RSNA Fast 5 Session makes its debut today at 1:30 p.m. in the Arie Crown Theater.

The session will feature five speakers who will each make a five-minute presentation on ways to invent, explore and transform radiology.
Sessions are:

  • "3 Categories of Referring Clinician Preferences Based on Survey Data," Richard E. Heller, III, MD
  • "Radiology Engagement Project (REP): A Novel Online Tool for Public/Patient Engagement,"
    Syed E. Junaid, MBBS, BSc
  • "Radiology-TEACHES: (Technology Enhanced Appropriateness Criteria Home for Education Simulation)," Marc H. Willis, DO, MMM
  • "Artificial Intelligence in Radiology: Lessons from the Financial Sector," Ajay Kohli, MD
  • "Value-Added Matrix: Defining, Categorizing, Quantifying, and Presenting Value-Added Radiologist Actions in 5 minutes," Samir B. Patel, MD

Follow the conversation on social media at #RSNAFast5.

Tip of the day:

In ultrasound, clusters of dead pixel elements can disrupt Doppler performance as well as B-mode image quality.

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