2021 was a year unlike any other. Finding support and learning new ways of doing things was critical. This compilation, curated from AHRA's Annual Meeting, Spring Conference, and live webinars, highlights the best professional education, advice, and innovative thinking offered by AHRA in 2021.
• Leadership: Who Signed Me Up and How Did I Get Here?
• Extraordinary Thinking Creates Extraordinary Leaders
• 2021: The Year of MRI Safety
• The Many Languages of Data: An Exercise to Drive Change
• Recent Legal Developments all Radiology Providers Need to Know
• Coming Back from the Brink
• Leading Off the Map - Detours, Shortcuts, Roadblocks and Dead Ends
• If Disney Ran Your Organization... Secrets to Create Your Own Disney Culture
• Now Hiring: Addressing Staffing Challenges in Imaging Services
• A Sense of Urgency: Reframing our Approach to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Initiatives in Radiology
Up to 10.0 ARRT category A CE credits are available for this program.
AHRA Member: $50
Generously sponsored by Bayer.
Contains 15 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 03/08/2022
Selection of top sessions from the 2021 AHRA Annual Meeting
Leadership: Who Signed Me Up and How Did I Get Here? - Josh Block
Extraordinary Thinking Creates Extraordinary Leaders - Christopher Salem
2021: The Year of MRI Safety - Tobias Gilk
The Many Languages of Data: An Exercise to Drive Change - Stephanie Manack & Judy Zakutny
Recent Legal Developments all Radiology Providers Need to Know - Adrienne Dresevic
Contains 9 Component(s), Includes Credits
Selection of top sessions from 2021 Spring Conference
Coming Back from the Brink; Pat Kroken
Leading Off the Map - Detours, Shortcuts, Roadblocks and Dead Ends; Sara Nofziger-Drew
If Disney Ran Your Organization... Secrets to Create Your Own Disney Culture; John Formica
Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/09/2021
AHRA Archived Webinar
Kim Evans, CRA, MS, RT, Vice President of Imaging Services, Christiana Care
Luann Culbreth, CRA, FAHRA, Director, Clinical Operations, Healthtrust
Nanci Wozniak, RT(N), CNMT, Senior Director of Clinical Education Services, Siemens Medical Solutions USA
Staffing with enough well-trained, productive, and fully engaged individuals is essential to any successful imaging services operation. COVID-19 has impacted our ability to engage, retain, and find adequate and qualified staffing support. Shortages are contributing to burnout, increasing the stress level and potential for resignation of top-performing team members. In this panel discussion, experts from a variety of imaging operations will review the real-life challenges leaders face in today’s staffing shortages; from vaccine mandates, resignations, and retirements to best practices with “all hands on deck” of clinical vs. non-clinical staff, flexible scheduling, leveraging part-time opportunities, and process improvement. Bring your questions for this lively and instructive panel.
You will learn to:
• Recognize the challenges facing the workforce in medical imaging.
• Understand opportunities to engage team-members and avoid burnout.
• Establish best practices for attracting and retaining talent.
A Sense of Urgency: Reframing our Approach to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Initiatives in Radiology
AHRA Archived Webinar Sponsored by UCSF Health (ONE Meeting / No CE)
Dr. Matthew Bucknor, M.D.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, or DEI as it is commonly referred to, is a phrase that broadly outlines the efforts an institution takes to create a more welcoming environment that embraces and values differences. Reinforcing strong DEI programs helps every employee to show up each day without fear that they can’t be their true selves, and has been shown in study after study to improve institutional performance.
Organizations with diverse environments have increased job satisfaction amongst employees, increased levels of trust, and higher engagement levels. Not only do DEI programs lift morale and overall attitude on an employee level, but they also provide a multitude of benefits that can be seen at every level of the business.
You will learn to:
• Describe the importance of a sense of urgency in implementing diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives
• Illustrate approaches to help shift institutional culture to increase the uptake of DEI efforts
• Critique important potential barriers to successful DEI initiatives
Note: No CE credit is available for this archived webinar