AHRA Archived Webinars


AHRA Webinars are available on-demand below. Click on the title for more information and to view.
Webinars marked with an asterisk (*) indicates that a fee is required. All other webinars can be viewed for free for AHRA members.

Balancing Vulnerability and Logic to Lead Your Team
2/2/2021
Nicole Dhanraj
Imaging leaders are faced with a myriad of challenges and as such need to manage situations differently. How do you know when to lead with your heart versus your left-brain? Are you comfortable putting one of the other first as situations dictate? Do..

3D Imaging Labs: Costs & Benefits of Outsourced vs. In-house Post-Processing
1/27/2021
Dr. Keith Marton, Alexander Szafran, Ralph Gentry
Join this roundtable to learn the costs and benefits associated with US-based outsourced image post-processing vs. in-house post-processing, and discuss how outsourcing offers an alternative that provides equivalent post-processing quality withou..

Spectral CT Deployment In A Large Multi-Hospital Health Care System
12/16/2020
Edward Steiner
How advancements in Spectral CT create a new paradigm in imaging with improved efficiency, accuracy, reduced radiation and cost savings in the new environment of outcomes based medicine. We have to image smarter, not just better...

How Software Enhancements and Analytics Improve Clinical Workflow
11/24/2020
John Campbell
Numerous types of electronic tracking and use of specific analytics are not always available within the EHR, RIS, and PACS. Therefore radiology leaders must research various means to improve throughput, quality of service, and patient and staff satis..

Minority Women in Radiology Leadership
11/19/2020
Nicole Dhanraj
A roundtable discussion on the challenges of minority women in radiology...

How to Reduce the Radiologists Risk of Work Related Repetitive Stress Injuries and Visual Fatigue
11/16/2020
Greg Patrick and Cindy Stewart
Radiologists Working Remotely Because of COVID? Don't allow the risk of repetitive stress injuries to return now that your radiologists are working remotely. This presentation reviews the risks radiologists face from repetitive stress injuries, how t..

Density Inform and Insurance Legislation Update
11/11/2020
JoAnn Pushkin
JoAnn Pushkin, Executive Director of DenseBreast-info.org will provide an overview of the dense breast landscape as it relates to current and proposed legislation and what that means for patients and physicians as it relates to advanced screening nee..

Are You Overpaying for CT Scanner Options You Don't Need?
11/4/2020
Timothy Szczykutowicz
Usage data offers medical imaging administrators a unique opportunity to glean practical insight on how to optimize equipment purchases for their department. Dr. Szczykutowicz will go over why some indications require special CT scanner options. Thes..

Prefilled Contrast Syringes Help Improve Patient Care and Lower Costs
10/21/2020
Vera Kimbrell
This webinar will review the potential risk factors for infection with contrast media (CM) dispensed from multi-dose and bulk-pack containers, and how the integration of CM provided in prefilled syringes (PFS) can significantly reduce this risk and h..

Patient Engagement in the Post-COVID-19 World
9/16/2020
Kathleen Masters and Dr. Hersh Goel
With over 1 million patient visits per year, Boston Medical Center (BMC) is the largest safety-net hospital in New England. Over the past decade BMC has trialed and implemented various patient engagement technologies aimed at improving patient experi..

2020 Symposium: Imaging Telepresence Solutions The Next Horizon
8/12/2020
Sponsored by Philips
During this session we will discuss the innovative approach to teleacquisition and workflow. With COVID -19, the role of teleacquisition, teleaugmentation and telepresence transitioned from concept to reality to many radiology practices. This transit..

2020 Symposium: State of the Imaging Market 2020
8/12/2020
Sponsored by Hitachi
As purchasers increasingly direct patients to imaging services based on both price and quality, imaging providers need to refocus their strategy towards providing and communicating high value care. This presentation will review imaging’s financial ou..

2020 Symposium: The Importance of Digitalization and Partnerships - Especially in Challenging Times
8/11/2020
Sponsored by Siemens
How is digitalization transforming care delivery? Dr. Patel and Mr. Haynes will discuss Geisinger’s digital journey, including how they set meaningful objectives and how they continue to leverage technology, like AI, to improve patient care and optim..

Who Says a Leopard Cannot Change Its Spots
6/24/2020
Peggy Colbeck-Rochford
Physicians Clinic of Iowa is a multi-specialty private practice clinic located in the heart of the Midwest. Over the past six years our team has created innovative workflow solutions which has elevated our productivity; team engagement in addition to..

Navigating the Changing Landscape: Radiography in Times of a Pandemic
6/3/2020
Ramesh Gopi, Jacqui Rose, Elizabeth Evans, Marty Khatib
After nearly two months of navigating the novel Coronavirus, we are seeing prominent trends emerge in our healthcare field that are not only reshaping the way we are practicing Radiology in the near-term, but most assuredly in the long term. Radiolog..

Beyond the Data: The Human Side of Dose Monitoring
6/2/2020
Olav Christianson
Radiation dose monitoring is an evolving topic in health care. Given recent additions to The Joint Commission standards on fluoroscopy radiation dose management, institutions face new and daunting challenges. While most hospitals recognize the import..

NEW Research: State of the Radiology Staff Experience
12/11/2019
Sham Sokka
The subject of physician burnout – especially among radiologists – has become a major topic of discussion lately. What is less discussed is the staff experience of imaging technologists and administrators. In this webinar, Sham Sokka, PhD., Head of M..

Inspiring Innovation
11/20/2019
Katelyn Nye, Todd Minnigh and Tim Nustad
How do we build a passion in our people and innovate better ways to do things? What are some examples that have worked for others? There are several elements that can work together, here are just a few: Team Diversity – the cross pollination of conce..

MR Safety 2019: Clinical, Practical and Compliance Issues
11/13/2019
Lawrence Tanenbaum
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a widely-used diagnostic procedure that is critical to accurate diagnoses and, ultimately, patient outcomes. The ubiquity of the use MRI necessitates that members of the care team remain up-to-date on the evolving..

Turning Medical Imaging into An Asset
11/6/2019
Achala Vagal, Alexander Towbin, Morris Panner
Medical imaging has traditionally been thought of as a liability for many organizations. Transferring, securely storing, and sharing images, is often a stress point for many facilities. However, once imaging is freed from silos, the opportunities for..

Leveraging Advanced Analytics to Improve Workflow and Utilization
9/24/2019
Timothy Szczykutowicz
Turning all of the available data across imaging into usable information to reduce unwarranted variability, improve efficiency and elevate workforce performance is critical in today’s healthcare environment to drive affordable and effective care. Thi..

Nuclear Medicine: Latest Frontier in Paperless QC
7/10/2019
Steve Backes, Angela Snyder and Erik Tazegul
Does Nuclear Medicine device QC compliance for Joint Commission and ACR seem complex? Atirix®, provider of the QC-Track® enterprise QCIS™, will explain why Nuclear Medicine (NM) Departments have uniquely complex device Quality Control (QC) and are we..

Applied AI: How the application of machine intelligence can help solve challenges
6/25/2019
Giles W.L. Boland and Neil Tenenholtz
The road to applied Artificial Intelligence is paved with questions. There is a rapidly growing demand for guidance on how it should be used across the healthcare delivery network - especially in the enterprise imaging management space. Join this con..

*2019 Coding and Reimbursement Seminar
6/13/2019
Melody Mulaik
This dynamic session is for individuals responsible for any portion of the charge capture, coding, documentation, billing and account follow-up of radiology services. All of the 2019 radiology coding updates will be reviewed in detail as well as othe..

How to Reduce the Radiologists Risk of Work Related Repetitive Stress Injuries and Visual Fatigue
1/29/2019
Steven Horii and Greg Patrick
Radiologist continue to be asked to perform more tasks, read more studies and integrate more information, all within the same amount of time. The stress from such productivity demands has been shown to increase the radiologists risk of burnout and re..