Sneak Preview | RSNA 2018

Nov 15, 2018
Visage Imaging at RSNA 2018 | New Booth!
It's that time of year again! Visage will be exhibiting at the upcoming RSNA 2018, from November 25-29, 2018 in Booth 4721, South Hall A, McCormick Place in Chicago, IL. 
While we hope to see many of you at the Annual Meeting, we know that for many of you, a trip to Chicago may not be possible this year. We've got you covered either way, and will give you an insider's view into Visage Imaging | RSNA 2018!
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Visage News Update

Aug 27, 2018

We’ve had a busy summer with exciting news!

Yale New Haven Health Go-Live 

During the last week of July, Yale New Haven Health (“YNHHS”) went live with the Visage 7 Enterprise Imaging Platform. At the peak of the go-live, nearly 40,000 imaging studies were displayed in a single day for diagnostic interpretation and clinical access by over 1,700 unique end users.  

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SIIM 2018 | Visage's Top Five

Jun 14, 2018

We absolutely love the annual SIIM meeting, and 2018 was no different. It’s absolutely special when imaging professionals from around the world come together for the year’s premier imaging informatics meeting. Professional and vendor attendance at SIIM continues to climb to new heights, and so does Visage! We’ve developed an RSNA “top five” for the last seven years, and decided the time has come to do the same for SIIM. If you were able to make it to SIIM, we hope our insights resonate with your experience, and if you were unable to attend, we hope you find the top five useful.

Now, on with Visage’s Top Five!

Visage Imaging | SIIM 2018

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I Heard It Through The Go-Live

May 23, 2018

On May 5, 2018, Visage Imaging completed the third phase of Visage 7 implementation for one of the largest, most prestigious healthcare institutions in the world. Our latest Visage Blog explores details of their go-live that represents one of the most eagerly anticipated events in the history of medical imaging.

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A Training Revolution: Visage 7 Powers UF Health's SIMulation

Mar 07, 2018

The University of Florida Health’s (UF Health, Gainesville, FL) Wisdom in Diagnostic Imaging (WIDI) program is hard at work preparing for the 2018 Emergent/Critical Care Imaging SIMulation (SIM). Described as “SIM 6”, the SIM provides diagnostic radiology residents from dozens of community, academic and government institutions the opportunity for state-of-the-art assessment, training and targeted remediation. Visage is proud that Visage 7 is the exclusive enterprise diagnostic viewer for the SIM. Through Visage’s latest blog post, you’ll learn more about the SIM, and why Visage 7 has proven to be indispensable to the program.

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Revisiting Deconstructed PACS

Feb 28, 2018

400 million. That's the number of radiology studies (currents and priors) that have been processed and used for primary interpretation by U.S. imaging organizations operating within a Deconstructed PACS strategy over the last four years. Indeed, the modularization of PACS has come a long way, delivering on "best of need" for healthcare organizations from coast to coast.

We've analyzed the transformation, highlighting the current state with fresh perspective in two new articles. Thank you to for publishing Revisiting Deconstructed PACS: Part 1 and Revisiting Deconstructed PACS: Part 2 over the last two days.

What's your imaging journey? If you are considering or have executed a modular PACS strategy, we'd love to hear from you. Please be sure to post your feedback on the Forums,  your favorite social media channel, or drop us a note.

[Note: If you missed the original 2014 article on,  here's the link to: The Time is Now for Deconstructed PACS.]

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RSNA 2017 | Visage's Top Five

Dec 14, 2017

It’s time to close the book on another outstanding RSNA! For the 50,000+ of you who attended, thank you for making RSNA 2017 a record year for Visage Imaging! While we need to wait until January 2018 for the RSNA to report the official 2017 attendance figures, we’re not waiting to share our 7th Annual Visage’s Top Five. But first, if you haven’t read Visage’s RSNA 2017 announcements, I encourage you to review our pre-show press releases [“Enterprise Imaging Excellence with Visage at RSNA 2017”, “Visage Signs Yale New Haven Health”, and “Visage Speeds Ahead with AI”] and blog post, “Sneak Preview | RSNA 2017”. Now, on with Visage’s Top Five!

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Sneak Preview | RSNA 2017

Nov 21, 2017
Visage Imaging at RSNA 2016
Complementing Visage 7’s outstanding products and services, Visage works extremely hard in the months leading up to RSNA to design and refine the best possible experience for our customers. We’re just days away from the biggest event of the year!

This blog post shares insider insights that will help customers and RSNA attendees learn more about Visage at RSNA 2017, and for those not attending RSNA, provide visibility into what differentiates Visage. This year we're in two locations at McCormick Place:  (1) Our main booth in the South Hall - A, McCormick Place, Booth #4365 on the corner of the major cross-aisle (off of the escalators) at the rear of the hall. (2) Our deluxe kiosk is in the first of its kind, RSNA Machine Learning Showcase, Booth 8149M, North Hall - B). We’ve detailed below some of the refinements we’re bringing to Chicago, including booth renderings and actual booth graphics. We hope you enjoy your insider access!

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Free Speed Whitepaper

Aug 16, 2017
Speed, glorious speed.
Visage Speed Whitepaper
Speed is integral to Enterprise Imaging and it's true, most people answer with their gut: "that's fast" or "that's slow". While we're all guilty of that reaction.... what is fast or slow, and why does it matter? Have you thought about it? Visage has.
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Cake and Best Practices for Enterprise Imaging

Aug 09, 2017

As one of several members of the Visage Imaging (“Visage”) team with both clinical and business backgrounds, I am privy to seeing “the good, the bad, and the ugly” when it comes to customer implementation processes. With the knowledge of having a clinical background and participating in numerous technology implementations, I’ve seen what worked and what didn’t, and it has given me an interesting perspective. My multi-decade clinical background covers multiple modalities (CT, MR, Diagnostic Radiology, and Angiography), as well as administrative roles as a modality manager and department management. The business side of things often conflicts with the clinical side, but must align in the end for the greater good of the department and ultimately the institution.

Over the course of the last 20 years, user expectations in the PACS world have grown exponentially. Ultimately, we all want our cake… and we expect to be able to eat it too. But, like a cake, if you don’t know the ingredients to use, don’t have access to all of the ingredients, have poor quality ingredients, or have an incomplete recipe, the final outcome may not be very palatable. Beyond ingredients, execution of your team, including preparation of your oven, are critical. Perhaps your oven temperature is consistent, but what happens if no one is watching the oven? Or maybe a timer isn’t being used? Or maybe your pan runs hot or it wasn’t properly greased? There are many ways to screw up the cake, or make it flat out delicious.

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