News | December 10, 2009

itnTV Takes a Technology Close-Up at RSNA

December 10, 2009 - If you want to know today what diagnostic imaging technologies you will be using tomorrow, then tune into itnTV's coverage of RSNA. The new medical imaging equipment introduced at RSNA is a key indicator of which technologies have moved beyond research centers and into the clinical setting.

But before making any purchasing decisions, you will want to take a closer look at how the equipment works and what it can do for you. itnTV gives you a close-up of these new technologies with video demonstrations shot live on the RSNA exhibit hall floor.

Get a dynamic view of the latest MRI, CT, SPECT, and angiography X-ray systems on itnTV. Brief video clips break down the unique features in elastography ultrasound, tomosynthesis-equipped DR and a DR-based full-field digital mammography. Get a glimpse into the future of interventional procedures guided by MRA/CTA priors fused with live angio images.

On the IT front, itnTV presents the recent developments in cloud-hosted data services for PACS, medical imaging exchanges and archive/storage solutions. The healthcare IT videos provide a practical segue way into 2010, when the U.S. government launches its $20 billion initiative to expand health information technology and achieve a nationwide EHR. Now you don’t have to imagine the future – just look to itnTV.

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