Webinars


Upcoming Webinars


 

RadSite Accreditation Overview

This webinar will provide an overview of RadSite as a market leader in imaging accreditation, its current and future standards, including changes to the MIPPA Accreditation Program (covering CT, MRI, PET and SPECT imaging systems), and an overview of the accreditation process.  The session will showcase the new accreditation portal and best practices associated with how an imaging provider can prepare its application.  The presentation also will highlight reasons why demand for RadSite accreditation is expanding.

Date & Time: Tuesday, December 19, 2017, at 12:00 p.m. ET

Moderator:  Jonathan Ramirez, BS, RT R CT, Director of Sales, RadSite

Speaker:  Bruce Reiner, MD, Chief Medical Officer, RadSite

Speaker:  Julie Irons, Accreditation Manager, RadSite

To register for the webinar, click here.

 


 

The Importance of Imaging Physics Testing

This webinar will spotlight the importance of physics testing for a wide-range of imaging systems.  The session also will highlight the scope of RadSite’s technical component of the MIPPA Accreditation Program (MAP), including new changes to the Standards that are under development. 

Date & Time: Tuesday, January 23, 2018, at 1:00 p.m. ET

Moderator:  Mark Casner, Chair, Accreditation Committee, RadSite

Speaker:  Phillip W. Patton, PhD, CHP, DABR, DABSNM, Chief Physicist Officer, RadSite

To register for the webinar, click here.

 


 

Artificial Intelligence in Medical Imaging: Hype, Reality and Future Applications

The webinar will discuss the hype, reality and future applications of artificial intelligence/machine learning in diagnostic imaging.  This will include definition and explanation of how machine learning works and how it is being applied in diagnostic radiology and nuclear medicine and how it will be in the future.  It will also include an overview of the state of the art in AI for non-medical imaging applications and how they could be brought to diagnostic radiology.   In addition to applications of image diagnosis and quantification, the tremendous potential to provide a more efficient, efficacious, and safe practice using machine learning will be discussed.

Date & Time: Wednesday, February 21, 2018, at 12:00 p.m. ET

Moderator:  Garry Carneal, JD, MA, Chair, Board of Directors, RadSite

Speaker:  Eliot Siegel, MD, Chief Information Officer and Chair, Standards Committee, RadSite

To register for the webinar, click here.

 


Previous Webinar Archives


 

Tackling Medicolegal Concerns in PACS: Part 2

Legalities in health care can often make this important practice muddled at best—especially in the field of radiology and for facilities using PACS. In the second of a two part series, Eliot Siegel, MD, will discuss whether or not to retain the markings produced by mammography computer-aided detection (CAD) software to highlight suspicious findings, which could have important medicolegal implications.

Speaker: Eliot Siegel, MD, Chief Technology Officer, RadSite

To view the webinar, please click here.

 


 

Tackling Medicolegal Concerns in PACS: Part 1

Legalities in health care can often make this important practice muddled at best—especially in the field of radiology and for facilities using PACS. In the first part of a two part series, Eliot Siegel, MD, will discuss who really owns medical images, how to deal with bankruptcy in an imaging facility and why physicians don’t use image compression more often.

Speaker: Eliot Siegel, MD, Chief Technology Officer, RadSite

To view the webinar, please click here.

 


 

Physics for Advanced Diagnostic Imaging Systems

Proper equipment calibration and maintenance are some of the most critical components of making sure your imaging systems are safe and produce quality images. Medical physicists are extremely important players in this arena, bridging the gap between technologists and physicians to make sure diagnostic imaging equipment is functioning optimally. In this one-hour session, Phillip Patton, PhD, CHP, DABR, DABSNM, reviews basic components of physics testing for ADI systems, highlights key differences in state requirements for physicists and explains why it is important to hire a qualified medical physicist for your physics testing when applying for RadSite Accreditation.

Speaker: Phillip W. Patton, PhD, CHP, DABR, DABSNM, Chief Physics Officer, RadSite

To view the webinar, please click here.

 


 

Patient Safety in Medical Imaging

The risk to patients and imaging providers from medical radiation is generally considered to be low. However, the broadly accepted principle relative to medical radiation is to keep the dose to patients and staff “as low as reasonably achievable” (ALARA). In this eye-opening one-hour webinar session, Dr. William Orrison describes the importance of radiation safety and demonstrates a compelling need for consistent quality standards for diagnostic imaging through an accreditation program such as RadSite.

Speaker: William W. Orrison, Jr. MD, MBA, Chief Medical Officer, RadSite

To view the webinar, please click here

 


 

Building Your Smart Network with RadSite: Driving Quality and Cost Savings in the World of Value-based Purchasing

This session will highlight the RadSite Assessment Program (RAP) and the Network Imaging Certification (NIC) program, both of which empower payors and provider-based networks to purchase radiology services in a quality-driven, cost effective way that produces the most consistent, positive outcomes. The webinar, scheduled for October 2, 2014 at 12:00 p.m. ET, is geared to health plans, preferred provider organizations (PPOs) and other payors looking to improve the quality of medical imaging while decreasing costs.

Webinar panelists include:

  • Karin Ajmani, Chief Executive Officer, US Imaging

  • Garry Carneal, JD, MA, President & CEO, RadSite

  • Junellen Neese, Director of Operations, RadSite

To view the webinar, please click here.


 

MIPPA Accreditation Program—Why RadSite?

On May 15, 2014, RadSite hosted a complimentary webinar entitled, “Understanding RadSite’s New MIPPA Accreditation Program (MAP): An Overview of the Application Process, MAP Requirements and Benefits.” This informative session was geared to imaging providers that must meet MIPPA requirements or are otherwise interested in differentiating their practices with a quality seal.

Webinar panelists included:

  • William W. Orrison, Jr., MD, MBA, Chief Medical Officer, RadSite 

  • Alice Sowinski, Manager of Standards and Research, RadSite 

  • Junellen Neese, Director of Operations, RadSite 

For more information, please contact the RadSite Sales Department.

To view the webinar, please click here.

To download the webinar presentation slide deck, please click here.


 

The Future of Medical Image Sharing: Improving Data Exchange on the Cloud

The education-based, conversational style session examined how medical image sharing provides value to imaging practices as well as to the related health facilities and patients they serve.  DICOM Grid and RadSite are committed to the importance of empowering health care organizations with the ability to access, share, manage, and store complex diagnostic images securely—anytime, anywhere.

During the hour-long session, DICOM Grid leadership and RadSite experts examined how medical image sharing provides value to practices and the organizations and patients they work with and treat. Highlights include:

  • Security: Balancing big data and patient privacy

  • Integration: PACS and RIS

  • Transitioning: How to overcome resistance

  • Scalability: How to manage an influx of imaging data

To view the webinar, please click here.

To download the webinar presentation slide deck, please click here.

To receive a copy of an information sheet on Patient Portal Adoption, please click here.

To access an eBook on Streamlining Medical Image Exchange with Cloud-Based Technology, click here.


 

HIPAA and HITECH: Understanding the Final Omnibus Rule

As an organization focused on quality and safety, RadSite recognizes the role HIPAA and HITECH play in setting standards within the industry. In fact, understanding is the first step to compliance. This webinar is designed for providers, health plans and other professionals who seek guidance in order to comply with recently enacted legislation, or those simply interested in additional education on these new changes to HIPAA and HITECH.

The webinar, HIPAA and HITECH: Understanding the Final Omnibus Rule, looks specifically at the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH) in relation to the Final Omnibus Rule. This education-based, conversational webinar features noted security professional Angie Singer Keating, CISA, CIPP, CISM, CRISC, as well as RadSite representatives.

To view the webinar, please click here.


 

From Assessment to ROI: It’s more than a certification program

Are you a health plan, network or payer? Click here to learn more about the value of RadSite’s certification program. The RadSite Assessment Program (RAP) was established to work with payers, providers and other stakeholders to promote quality-based standards and practices for imaging devices, radiology practices, and ADI facilities throughout the U.S. A primary goal of the RadSite credentialing process is to empower payers to purchase radiology services in a quality-driven, cost-effective way that produces the most consistent, positive outcomes.

The webinar opens with a brief discussion regarding RadSite’s role and work within the imaging industry and Dr. Wilson, Principal, Trajectory Healthcare, LLC shares his insight on the methodology and procedures used to validate the ROI impact of the RadSite certification process. To schedule a personal presentation regarding our independent ROI study, please email millerdonna@healthhelp.com.

To view the webinar please click here.


 

Patient Safety in Medical Imaging

Contact RadSite for scheduling information

Radiation Safety with Dr. William W. Orrison, Jr., MD, MBA RadSite’s Chief Medical Officer

In this eye-opening, informative presentation you will gain an understanding of the compelling need for consistent quality standards for diagnostic imaging in America. As new imaging technologies evolve, and as our understanding of the effects of radiation improves, it is very important to bring the most current information to the attention of ordering physicians. When equipped with the most complete and current information, patients and their attending can make informed decisions.

To view the webinar please click here.