Nuclear Medicine: Latest Frontier in Paperless QC
Wednesday, July 10, 2019 at 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT
Steve Backes, B.S., President/CEO; Atirix Medical Systems, Inc.
Angela Snyder, Ph.D., V.P., Research, Atirix Medical Systems, Inc.
Erik Tazegul, B.B.M.E., Analyst, Research, Atirix Medical Systems, Inc.
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 well positioned to benefit from a paperless QC system. In this webinar, Atirix will provide an overview of the latest NM QC regulations, including TJC and ACR. The presenters will explore how NM departments are implementing paperless QC as the foundation for imaging compliance activities in the face of ever-evolving imaging QC regulatory and inspection frameworks. Case studies on the process of converting to paperless will include insight from supervisors, technologists, and physicists. Also, Atirix will discuss the latest research into automated phantom analysis for NM QC.
You'll learn about how AI:
- Have an understanding of the high level QC requirements and trends for NM
- Be able to describe the unique aspects of a NM department that make QC more complex
- Learn how a paperless QC system can be an important tool for the QC team
- Gain understanding of the general requirements and features of a paperless QC system
- Learn about areas of NM QC research and possible future QC improvements
Registration is closed. Contact us to check availability.
CE Credit: 1.0 ARRT Category A, CE credit will be available (pending approval) for those completing the post-test. Please be sure to provide a valid email address when registering, as communications regarding CE credit will be made via email. Certified Radiology Administrator (CRA) credit is also available with successful completion of the post-test.
One free Webinar post-test is included in the registration. Each additional post-test is $15 for AHRA members and $25 for NonMembers.