Radiology and Healthcare Industry Webinars

Imaging of COVID-19, Part 2

Benjamin W. Strong, MD
Chief Medical Officer, vRad

In part two in a series of updates on imaging of COVID-19, Dr. Strong presents the spectrum of imaging findings for this disease including a review of six positive cases diagnosed with Chest CT in the US and another six examples of pathology that can be confused with COVID-19.

Imaging of COVID-19

Benjamin W. Strong, MD
Chief Medical Officer, vRad

Juan Batlle, MD
Director of Thoracic Imaging, Baptist Health of South Florida

As COVID-19 spread rapidly worldwide, chest CTs emerged as a critical diagnostic tool for the infection. Dr. Strong and Dr. Batlle present important information for the practicing radiologist including: Review of two COVID-19 cases diagnosed with chest CT in the US Four stages of imaging findings Global perspective on COVID-19 CT diagnostic findings, and COVID-19 reporting best practices

Powered by AI - Beyond Theory

Shannon M. Werb
Former President & COO, vRad

Dr. Benjamin Strong, Chief Medical Officer, Education Committee Chair, vRad & MEDNAX Radiology Education

Benjamin W. Strong, MD
Chief Medical Officer, vRad

Imad Nijim
Chief Information Officer, vRad

Mandy Long
Global Head of Product Management, Strategy & Business Development, Watson Health Imaging

After six years of preparation, the results are stunning. In this encore webinar of our 2019 RSNA session, we take a closer look at how AI is helping radiologists deliver better care…today. Hear how vRad radiologist Joshua Morais, MD delivered a life-saving diagnosis in 2.9 minutes—getting one Iowa patient to surgery 10 minutes faster with AI than the typical time. Plus, get a sneak peek at the exciting near future of AI in radiology.

Healthcare Cybersecurity in 2019 | Are your bases covered?

John Gomez
Founder and CEO, Sensato Cybersecurity Solutions

Are your systems secure in 2019? Cyber attackers are more savvy than ever. In this on-demand webinar John Gomez, founder and CEO of healthcare security provider Sensato Cybersecurity Solutions, gives an eye-opening description of how today's attackers are deploying advanced technologies such as AI, cognitive learning and deep analytics to exploit your systems. John also delivers practical ways to align your cybersecurity threat preparedness to this new reality.

Reignite your fire! Avoiding Radiologist Burnout

Stacey Funt, MD
Radiologist and Founder of Lifestyle Health LLC

Reignite your fire! Take time to read the images of your life. Watch the on-demand recording today and listen as radiologist and nationally board-certified health and wellness coach, Dr. Stacey Funt shares evidence-based self-care concepts of lifestyle medicine that not only improve physical health, but also support resiliency, self-preservation and joy during medical training, practice and beyond.

Dr. Stacey Funt's Contact Information:
Company: Lifestyle Health LLC

Building a Cancer Care Center of Excellence in the Age of Precision Medicine

Ricardo Cury, MD
FSCCT – President and CEO, RASF

Kevin J. Abrams, MD
Director of MRI and Neuroradiology, RASF

Juan Batlle, MD
Director of Thoracic Imaging, RASF

Prasuna Inampudi, MD
Director of Body Imaging, RASF

Govindarajan Narayanan, MD
Director of Interventional Oncology, RASF

Frederico Souza, MD
Onco-radiologist, RASF

Outstanding cancer care isn’t just for academic centers. Watch this on--demand webinar roundtable with Dr. Ricardo Cury, President and CEO of Radiology Associates of South Florida, who leads a discussion of top experts from the world-renowned Miami Cancer Institute, sharing key insights to building your interdisciplinary cancer care program including:
• Identifying and unlocking the full value imaging brings to the program.
• Building the right team, and who to include.
• Working with patient registry databases.
• Participating in clinical trials.
• Leveraging partnerships to close gaps and accelerate your plan.

Key Strategies to Avoid Malpractice Claims Against Radiologists

Christopher E. DiGiacinto
Partner, Kaufman Borgeest & Ryan LLP

Listen as leading radiology defense attorney, Christopher DiGiacinto, speaks to strategies to help you or your radiologists avoid or mitigate medical malpractice claims. This webinar provides many compelling radiology and teleradiology case examples and discusses guidelines and legal precedent on topics including:
• Who should receive a radiology report
• Communications documentation
• Strategies to avoid risk
• And other common issues arising from claims against radiologists.

Winning in Today's Radiology Environment - Key Strategies to Drive Your Practice's Success

Shannon Werb

Shannon Werb
Former President & COO, vRad

Walid Adham, MD
President & CEO, Synergy Radiology Associates

Ricardo Cury, MD, FSCCT
President & CEO, Radiology Associates of South Florida

Ethan Foxman, MD, PhD
President & CEO, Jefferson Radiology

Raymond Montecalvo, MD
Sr. Medical Director, vRad

Jason Shipman, MD, MS
President, Radiology Alliance

Join host Shannon Werb as he leads a roundtable discussion by top practice leaders from MEDNAX Radiology, representing some of the largest and most influential groups in the country. The panel will explore key strategies to harness change, and become among the winners in 2018 including:
•Tapping available technologies to solve burning patient care, efficiency, and quality challenges
•Utilizing analytics to optimize efficiencies, demonstrate your value, and more
•Going beyond turnaround time to deliver clinical excellence that sets your group apart
•Leveraging all partner collaboration options in a time of unprecedented consolidation

Final Teleradiology Reports Deliver a Higher Level of Care. …while saving Time and Money

Benjamin W. Strong, MD (ABR, ABIM)
Chief Medical Officer, vRad

Gerald Wydro, MD
Chair, Dept. of Emergency Medicine, Aria - Jefferson Health

Dennis Wiseman
Chief Executive Officer, Radiology & Imaging of South Texas

Katie Schoenberger
Senior Director of Payer Services, vRad

Our panel of experts share their experiences from reduced reimbursement risk to treating a stroke patient in the ED.
Listen today to learn how finals can dramatically benefit:
• Patients
• Healthcare Facilities
• Radiology Groups

Imaging Clinical Decision Support: The Medicare Mandate and Nine Steps to Success

Erin Lane
Sr. Analyst, Advisory Board

On January 1, 2018 Medicare’s Appropriate Use Criteria Program began. This means that ordering providers will consult appropriate use criteria (AUC) via electronic CDS when ordering outpatient advanced imaging exams. Radiologists and imaging programs must document that use on claims for Medicare reimbursement. Hear all the regulatory details during this recorded webinar. Erin also walks through step-by-step guidance to successful CDS implementation, and learn how to make sure your program improves financial health, patient access, and appropriate imaging use.

5 Things CEOs Need to Know About Imaging

Lea Halim
Senior Consultant, Advisory Board

Watch this informational webinar on how vRad's Breast Imaging Live Video Diagnostics delivers same day diagnostic results for your patients. vRad’s live video and image-sharing consultations significantly enhance communications by bringing the vRad radiologist “face to face” with your technologists and patients – right in your practice or facility.

ED Imaging Volume is Up: Understand the Trend and How Teams are Coping

Sruti Nataraja, MPH
The Advisory Board Company

For imaging leadership and radiologists, we’ve seen sizable increases in ED imaging volumes coupled with pressure for quicker turnaround times. Given these challenges, this web conference will unpack the drivers that have led to increases in overall ED volumes and ED imaging volumes, and will highlight radiology-driven opportunities to decompress the ED.

Imaging Clinical Decision Support Part 2: Next Steps to Thoughtful and Effective Implementation

David L. Katz, MD, JD
The Advisory Board Company

CMS requires clinical decision support (CDS) for imaging—but programs are in the early stages of implementation. The Imaging Performance Partnership created a suite of tools imaging leaders can use to secure stakeholder buy-in and roll out CDS efficiently. Get step-by-step guidance to successful CDS implementation, and learn how to make sure your program improves financial health, patient access, and appropriate imaging use.

Imaging Clinical Decision Support Part 1: Understanding the Mandate and Deadlines

David L. Katz, MD, JD
The Advisory Board Company

Congress mandated the use of clinical decision support (CDS) for outpatient imaging orders or face reimbursement sanctions from CMS—do you know all the details? CMS delayed certain components of the mandate, but finalized moving forward with others. This web conference will provide an in depth discussion about the mandate components, newly established deadlines, and what we are still waiting to hear about the Medicare CDS mandate.

Imaging Market Update Key Forces Shaping Imaging Economics

David L. Katz, MD, JD
The Advisory Board Company

Imaging profitability hangs in the balance. Providers must have the latest benchmarks on growth performance and an understanding of the impact of reimbursement cuts and regulatory changes to inform their strategic and operational decisions. This presentation explores key regulatory updates and market pressures impacting imaging. Specific topics include: Key pressures confronting providers Outlook for inpatient, outpatient, and ED volumes Impact of reimbursement and regulatory change.

Developing a Breast Cancer Center of Excellence

Arlene Sussman, MD
Medical Director, vRad

Deirdre Saulet
The Advisory Board Company

Breast cancer tends to be the highest volume tumor site, and breast cancer patients are often the most engaged—and vocal—consumers of cancer care. Consequently, cancer program leaders need to understand how to attract and retain this population. In this excerpt from The Advisory Board's 2015 national meeting presentation Tumor Site Centers of Excellence, we will share the biggest innovations in breast cancer program development.