Siemens at RSNA 2014
Answers for life.
RSNA 2014 – 100th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting
November 30th – December 5th, 2014 Chicago, Illinois, USA
Siemens Main Booth #1934, South Building, Hall A
Discover how Siemens answers can support you in todays’ challenging healthcare environment to deliver high-quality diagnostic and interventional services. You and your teams must perform better than ever in the wake of increasing cost pressure, an expanding emphasis on quality measures, and time constraints.
We at Siemens understand the demands you are facing every day. That's why we design value-based innovations to help you get the best patient outcomes in the most efficient way. Make each day pay off for your patients and for your business.
Additions that Count
If buying a new magnetic resonance system is out of the question, adding advanced knee coils can improve workflows significantly. By purchasing two 15-channel knee coils, William Osler Health System in Ontario, Canada, increased patient throughput by a third.
A Drive for Prostate Cancer Research
Early detection of metastatic disease from prostate cancer in the lymph nodes can save lives. Stephen M. Bravo, MD, and his team at Sand Lake Imaging, USA, hopes to help cure prostate cancer – or at least take it from an acute and life-threatening condition to a chronic, but manageable disease.
Pioneering Healthcare in Brazil
With more than 200 million exams per year, DASA in Brazil is the largest diagnostics company in Latin America. DASA Chairman Dr. Romeu Domingues explains why it is crucial to invest in innovation, in new technologies, and in being a pioneer in healthcare.
An Indian Hospital on the Fast Track
PSG Hospitals, a medical college and hospital in Coimbatore, India, turned around its radiology department while at the same time investing heavily in digital radiology equipment, making it likely the most updated hospital in the region.
A Haven for the Poor
By charging less than half the market rate, Surat Manav Seva Sangh is making high-end magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans affordable for the masses. Economically weak patients even have their scans done for free.
Advanced CT Scanner Improves Care in Remote India
As one of the first hospitals in the region, the SKS Hospital in Salem, India, provides access to high-quality CT scans. Watch Dr. Vijay Sadasivam explain why both physicians and patients benefit from this advanced CT technology.
We look forward seeing you at RSNA 2014 in Chicago. Answers for life.