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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    AHRA Archived Webinar

    Fadi El-Merhi, MD, Associate Chair, Enterprise Service, Department of Radiology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital
    Moderated by Charles Stanley, Senior Medical Science Liaison, Guerbet

    Multiple sclerosis (MS) is mediated by lymphocyte-driven inflammation, resulting in demyelination lesions and significant disruption of the blood-brain barrier (BBB). Multiple Sclerosis Vessels, Barriers of the Brain, Glymphatics, and New Spin on Lesions reviews recent research about the pathways of gadolinium distribution in the brain, including through the BBB and glymphatic system. This research has helped to significantly advance MRI detection and characterization of lesions in MS by providing an improved understanding of enhancement patterns in different tissue types affected by MS.

    You will learn to:
      • Discuss multiple sclerosis (MS) pathophysiology and disease progression
      • Review the types of MS lesions that can be identified and characterized with contrast-enhanced MRI
      • Summarize the distribution of gadolinium through the blood-brain barrier and glymphatic system and their significance in MRI imaging in MS
      • Describe MRI techniques used in MS including which sequences are optimal for detecting specific lesion types




  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    AHRA Archived Webinar

    Moderator: Carol Morrissey, RDMS, CRA, Clinical Portfolio Lead Radiology & Informatics, Philips Healthcare
    Edward Steiner, MD, 
    Medical Director and Chief of the Wellspan York Prostate Care Center
    Avneesh Gupta, MD, 
    Fellowship Director, Abdominal Imaging, Radiology IT Officer, Clinical Associate Professor, Boston University School of Medicine, Boston Medical Center

    New advances in AI and Spectral CT Imaging are being used to help Radiology departments streamline their workflows and assist an overburdened staff.  We will examine how Spectral CT can reduce the need for recall exams, decrease the volume of contrast needed and limit the need for additional modality imaging.  We will also discuss how to begin a program to introduce AI tooling into the Radiology clinical workspace and how it can assist with streamlining workflows  for the Radiologists.

    You will learn to:
        •  Learn how integrating Artificial Intelligence into the clinical workspace can improve Radiologist efficacy.
        •  Learn how AI can reduce the number of Radiology misses and decrease ED costs.
        •  Learn how modality software tools like Spectral CT can assist with image quality and decrease recall and contrast rates.



  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    AHRA Archived Webinar

    Dr. Stacy Smith-Foley | CARTI Cancer Center

    This lecture discusses the importance of establishing standard protocols as well as rationale for a systematic approach using skin markers in the breast imaging paradigm with a focus on improving patient satisfaction

    You will learn to:

        •  Review importance of consistency in establishing standard protocol

        •  Describe benefits of standardized usage of skin markers based on the American College of Radiology’s updated practice parameter

        •  Discuss ways to improve patient care and impact patient satisfaction



  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    AHRA Archived Webinar

    Presented by 

    William 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 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    AHRA Quick Credit May/June 2022

    AHRA Quick Credit May/June 2022

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    AHRA Quick Credit May/June 2022

    AHRA Quick Credit May/June 2022

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    AHRA Quick Credit March/April 2022

    AHRA Quick Credit March/April 2022

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    AHRA Quick Credit March/April 2022

    AHRA Quick Credit March/April 2022

  • 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)