vRad's Complimentary Webinars

We offer a wide array of resources to help busy physicians and healthcare professionals gain valuable insight from industry experts into some of the most important issues in radiology today including healthcare industry changes, radiology quality, new trends and more.

We offer three main categories: Free CME, Radiology and Healthcare Industry Topics, and Reimbursement and Coding.

Our webinars are available for free, on-demand playback, whether or not you attend the original live program.

Free Radiology CME Webinars

Continuing Medical Education

Since 2010, vRad has been providing a variety of high-quality continuing medical education opportunities. Open to all radiologists, these live and enduring (recorded) modules are a convenient way to stay up-to-date on practical radiology topics.

95% of participants have rated the educational quality of our live online modules as “excellent” or “above average.”

Popular past webinar topics include:

  • Common Neuroradiology Misses
  • Architectural Distortion in Breast Imaging
  • Radiology QA: “There but for the Grace of God…” –Recollections of a QA Committee Member
  • Common Pediatric Musculoskeletal Findings for the General Radiologist
  • And dozens more…

Radiology & Healthcare Industry

Webinar Series

We’re pleased to partner with the Advisory Board Company and other leading industry experts on ways to help your practice or department thrive in the rapidly changing healthcare environment.

On-demand presentation topics include:
  • Healthcare Cybersecurity
  • Imaging Market Updates
  • Breast Imaging Updates
  • Radiologist Staffing Strategies in a Tightening Hiring Market
  • And many more…
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Radiology Reimbursement & Coding

Webinar Series

This webinar series is designed to help billers, coders, practice administrators and radiologists stay on top of the rapidly changing reimbursement environment. Each session delivers practical information to help you ensure correct coding, capture necessary information in radiology reports and remain in compliance.