Two imperatives clearly stand out at this RSNA. First: we have to make healthcare more precise so that we can make the right decisions for the right patient at the right time. That’s pretty clear. But at the same time we have to make sure that care is affordable. Well, one major lever to balance the financial side is to transform the way we deliver care and that’s the second big topic here in Chicago. We have to take a closer look at our workflows and at our teams and ask ourselves: How can we work smarter with the resources that we have available? And where are areas where we can optimize? Well, the digital transformation of imaging is opening up new opportunities for us to make care more precise and to make our work more efficient. Want to learn more about that? Well, here are some examples: Intelligent imaging means getting the possibilities of digitalization to help the user to work with the user to get the most out of these machines. Our AI-Rad Companion Brain MR for morphometry analysis helps to assess volumetric changes in the brain even before you can even see them on the image. We designed a system that maximizes the utilization of interventional room where we allow not only neuro procedures to be performed but also other interventional procedures. Radiology needs to be optimized like any other area. And digital platforms help in turning data into information that lead to insightful decisions in the end. We are committed to supporting healthcare providers to make the right decision for the right patient at the right time – efficiently. And we all have a common goal. And that’s: make healthcare better. But on order to do so, we have to start shaping the future of healthcare now. So, let’s go!