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Join Digirad at ASNC 2018 in San Francisco

Posted on: 08.30.18

Grab your suitcase and join Digirad at the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology’s 23rd Annual Scientific Session. From September 6 through 9, 2018, we’ll be at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in the sunny city by the bay, San Francisco, California.

This year’s theme, Bridging Quality Imaging and Patient Care, will bring together cardiologists, radiologists, practice administrators, and other healthcare professionals from around the world to discuss emerging research, new technology, and advances in nuclear cardiology.

What’s new?

Brand new for 2018 is show-stopping keynote speaker, Tait Shanafelt, MD, Director of the Stanford WellMD Center and international thought leader. He’ll share insight on how to find meaning, balance and professional fulfillment in the practice of medicine.

Other first-time features include an imaging-based case management track, hands-on PET and SPECT simulation, a walk and learn tour with past ASNC presidents, deep dives on machine learning, molecular imaging, and other fast-evolving innovations, and more. Plus, 2018 marks ASNC’s 25th anniversary. You won’t want to miss this milestone celebration!

Visit us at Booth #401

While you’re there, be sure to visit the Exhibit Hall to learn about the latest advances in nuclear cardiology technology and professional services. Digirad is thrilled to be among the exhibitors at this year’s meeting. Look for us in Booth #401 where we’ll be showcasing the Cardius® X-ACT+ SPECT/FAC camera. We’ll also have team members on hand to discuss cardiac PET solutions. Stop by and see us!

For more information about the event, click here to visit the ASNC website.



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