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RSNA 2017
No silos. No limits.


November 26 - November 30, 2017 | Booth #6735, Hall B - North Hall 
McCormick Place, Chicago, IL, USA

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Critical decisions depend on radiology – in making every image contribute to a confident diagnosis, every moment matter in the clinical workflow, and every effort help ease patients’ experiences.


It’s an exciting time for radiology—a time marked by transformative technological advancements and an abiding commitment to putting patients, and the providers who serve them, at the very center of healthcare. At Philips, these tenets guide everything we do.


Join us this year at RSNA and see how we are connecting people, technology and data to produce innovative solutions that matter to you.

RSNA 2017

Welcome to booth 6735

Booth tour
We’re looking forward to RSNA this year, by looking back at some of last year’s booth highlights. Continue to check back often to our site and experience some of the exciting radiology advancements we’ll be sharing at this year’s RSNA. 
Secure your place today. Space is limited.

Interest in 3D printing continues to grow, yet its role in radiology is still being defined. Hear directly from your peers as they employ new technologies for 3D integrated workflows for surgery planning, education and training.

Core to the creation of the printed model is the underlying imaging. Advanced visualization plays a special role in the development of time-tested, and clinically validated 3D segmentation algorithms, providing anatomical models of major anatomical structures. Such models may be 3D printed for a host of clinical uses and education.


Dianna Bardo, MD, FSCCT, FNASCI

Director Body MR & Co-Director 3D Innovation Lab, Phoenix Children’s Hospital and

Professor, University of Arizona

Justin Ryan, PhD, Research Scientist, Phoenix Children's Hospital

Dr. Solomon Dadia, Deputy Director Orthopedic Oncology and Head of Surgical 3D Printing Lab, Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center

Kevin Lev, Marketing Director Illumeo, Philips

Phoenix Heart Model

Date:  November 28th, 2017

Time: 9:00 – 10:30 a.m.

Location: S101AB – McCormick Place

Radiographer of the Year contest


Philips DoseWise and ISRRT host the annual Radiographer of the Year contest to recognize the ongoing efforts of radiographers and to promote radiation dose management awareness around the world.


This contest offers an opportunity for you to present best practices and share critical knowledge with your peers. The winner gets the opportunity to attend RSNA 2017. Choose your very best case and participate now…>

Reinventing Radiology Forum


We're developing a complete calendar of informative talks and events on the solutions and technologies that matter to you, continue to check back for the latest schedule. Check back in September for a full line up of the 2017 programming.

Innovations that matter



Radiologists share their perspective

Radiologists share their perspective

Hear from peers how advanced technologies and product innovations from Philips are creating enhanced imaging and experiences for patients and staff.
Philips working with the University of Vermont in the field of cognitive development

Collaborative research on adolescent neurodevelopment


Philips is collaborating with the University of Vermont in the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) study - the largest study of its kind in the US.

Lahey Video

Taking innovation beyond engineering

See how we collaborated with Lahey Health to confidently deliver the right images and insights – reducing stress in the healthcare system, while improving the experience for the patient and care team.

Imaging remains at the heart of healthcare delivery


Together, we can shepherd a new age of innovation, one that transforms healthcare by focusing on the people behind the image and getting it right from the start.



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