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MARKET FOOD FOR THOUGHT

MARKET FOOD FOR THOUGHT The future of radiology is very bright. Embrace new technology. Artificial intelligence is a friend and not a foe Dr Vijay Rao, President, RSNA We will see a lot more advances in the field of molecular imaging, targeted MRI and Ultrasonic transducer technologies Dr Vara Prasad, Chief Consultant Radiologist, Global Super Speciality Hospital The focus on innovations that will change the face of radiology practice in India Dr N Chidambaranathan, HOD & Consultant Radiologist, Apollo Hospitals Look for the advances in functional MR, molecular diagnostics and BTI. These will further the growth of radiology practice and industry in India Dr Deepak Patkar, Director Medical Services and Head- Dept of radiology, Nanavati Hospital Radiology is an extremely vast field and hence the way for young radiologists is to sub specialise by getting into smaller areas like neuro radiology, paediatric radiology, interventional radiology in a more detailed way Milind Gune, Consultant, ICRI Every young radiologist should take a tremendous amount of pride in being a radiologist which today is the central pole of every single clinical problem. He should conduct himself with confidence, self respect and at the same time with great amount of dedication, completely focussing on the chosen subject Dr Shrinivas B Desai, Director, Department of Imaging and Interventional Radiology, Jaslok Hospital 16 February 2018 EXPRESS HEALTHCARE Become clinical radiologists.You should interact with referring physicians and become an irreplaceable part of the team. Try to involve yourself in all imaging modalities, of course, you may want to specialise in one particular field, but also get interested in ultrasound or do interventional radiology Harsh Mahajan, Founder, Mahajan Imaging

MARKET TAKEAWAYS FROM AOCR 2018 We see that the customers coming to AOCR have a desire to change, even though some of them might not have the means to change as of now. They are looking at all the new technologies such as DR in a more aggressive manner. As for the smaller customers, in terms of the size of examinations that they conduct, they might not be able to afford these products. For them, we have interim solutions and we have displayed them here Dilip Bhosale, Country Head -Sales, Agfa Healthcare IRIA as a gathering has grown tremendously just as the field continues to evolve. This year, the show is even bigger with AOCR happening together, wherein international delegates and experts have joined us. This is not just an exhibition or a conference but a learning platform. People, both radiologists and equipment players, come to increase our knowledge. This year we have also seen some incredible amalgamation of digital technologies wherein people are exploring the potential of AI etc Praveen Rajgopal, VP- MFAPS, India cluster, Carestream We have received a very warm response at AOCR 2018. In fact, after the launch of one of our products at AOCR this year, we will be having our first installation of our equipment in Navi Mumbai coming March. We have also understood that radiologists from tier II cities are now opting for high-end technology solutions just as imaging centres from metros would do. Tier III radiologists are still opting for low-cost solutions Ratish Nair, CEO, Sanrad We see a lot of promise in the Indian healthcare market. AOCR 2018 has been a good platform for us to showcase our innovations. In the coming months, we look forward to introduce many of our innovative products in India, as well as looking for strengthening partnerships with the government. We have received a good response from radiologists present at the AOCR conference Chander Shekhar Sibal, Executive VP, Medical Division, Fujifilm AOCR 2018 has been a great learning experience, especially for post graduate students. On Day 1, there was a very informative film reading session with out-of-the-world cases, which was an eye-opener in many ways. For us, it is also a place to catch up with old friends and share our knowledge Dr Varsha Rathi, Professor, Dept of Radiology, Grant Medical College and JJ Group of Hospitals At AOCR 2018, we have focussed on the youth. We have therefore, had an e-poster facility for the young students who come to seek knowledge at IRIA conference. We have also started of with a green/ e-conference where we will send out research papers, awards etc. on mail. We have a special mobile app for them and have received a superb response to this Dr Sanjeev Mani, Organising Secretary, AOCR 2018 EXPRESS HEALTHCARE 17 February 2018

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