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Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits
AHRA Archived Webinar
Presented byWilliam Faulkner, BS,RT(R)(MR)(CT), FSMRT, MRSO (MRSC™)
Kristan Harrington, MBA, RT(R)(MR)(CT), MRSO (MRSC™)
In 2020, the "ACR Manual on MR Safety" was published 19 years after the tragic incident which resulted in the death of 6 year-old Michael Colombini. In the preceding years, MR safety-related incidents reported to the FDA increased at a rate approximately 5 times greater than the increase in the number of MR studies performed. The ACR has established "de facto industry standards" through it's guidelines and now their Manual on MR Safety. In 2014, the American Board of Magnetic Resonance Safety was established to provide credentialing for "the individuals who are charged with ensuring safety in clinical and research MR suites." Management of MR safety has been well defined and established. This presentation will address these standards and practices to ensure the safe execution of MR procedures.
You will learn to:
• Discuss the ACR Manual on MR Safety 2020 and the roles along with the responsibilities
• Outline the optimal vision of a functional MR Safety Committee
• Distinguish and explain the full responsibilities of a MR Safety Officer
• Define ferrous-free MR environments and the process of achieving and monitoring once achieved for both patients and staff
Contains 5 Product(s)
Professional Development 5 Textbooks (digital)
A comprehensive textbook series from AHRA offering information on the latest, most effective best practices in radiology management.
- Asset Management in Radiology (2nd Edition)
- Communication & Information in Radiology (2nd Edition)
- Financial Management in Radiology (2nd Edition)
- Human Resource Management in Radiology (2nd Edition)
- Operations Management in Radiology (1st Edition)
(purchased digital versions)
Contains 29 Component(s), Includes Credits
A wide variety of issues are discussed in this book including protocols, policies, and procedures; customer management and satisfaction; performance improvement tools; and marketing services. Effective operations management is critical to the success and well-being of a healthcare facility. Managing these processes and their associated workflows with expertise will help the imaging administrator better manage a thriving business.
Operations Management in Radiology (1st Edition)
Contains 26 Component(s), Includes Credits
This book addresses important topics in radiology financial management ranging from budgeting and measuring productivity to ethical dilemmas. Other content includes: fundamentals of financial statements, financial reporting standards, coding and billing, collections, proformas, business plans, and corporate compliance plans.
Financial Management in Radiology (2nd Edition)
Contains 23 Component(s), Includes Credits
This book addresses a wide variety of issues including capital equipment planning, building and construction planning, project implementation, maintenance, and supplies. Assets in the healthcare environment represent a significant expense to any organization; second only to labor costs. Managing these assets and their associated expenses requires expertise, know-how, and an acquired wisdom. This resource is designed to provide the imaging administrator with the foundational knowledge in order to manage these assets on a day-to-day and annual basis.
Asset Management in Radiology (2nd Edition)
Contains 27 Component(s), Includes Credits
This book addresses a wide variety of questions associated with the practice of information management in radiology and the communication of information within radiology and between radiology and the medical community in which it resides. Content includes strategic planning, internal and external communications, information technology, image and digital data management, and the organization of information.
Communication and Information Management in Radiology (2nd Edition)
Contains 31 Component(s), Includes Credits
This book addresses a wide variety of issues associated with the practice of human resource management including planning, recruitment, training, and retention. Changing demographics and employment patterns will demand that medical imaging administrators develop skills and expertise along with confidence in their ability to manage an ever changing constant in the workplace—human interaction. This book addresses the needs of administrators and managers regardless of the setting.
Human Resource Management in Radiology (2nd Edition)
Contains 18 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 04/08/2022
The Conference for Leadership in Imaging Management and Business
AHRA CLIMB, the conference for leadership in imaging management & business, is a truly re-imagined leadership event designed to deliver important news and high-value education to ALL imaging professionals conveniently, affordably, and purposefully.
• The Secret to Creating an Extraordinary Experience with Your Patients
• Developing a System-Wide, Multi-Year Imaging Capital Plan
Jason Newmark & Peter St. John
• Brilliantly Resilient: Reset, Rise, Reveal Your Brilliance after Life's Sucker Punches!
Mary Fran Bontempo & Kristin Smedley
• Cultivating Accountability
• Reducing Risk Through Employee Engagement
• L.E.A.D. the Way to Service Recovery
Up to 6.0 ARRT category A CE credits are available for this program.
AHRA Member: $20