UMRi sponsored the last Webinar Wednesday presentation of 2017. The presentation featured James McGee, founder of NuclearCardiologyReports.com and Wayne Webster, Principal of Proactics Consulting.
The duo discussed and provided useful information for those conducting nuclear cardiology perfusion examinations and requiring IAC (formerly ICANL) certification.
Attendees learned about the new IAC standard for production of reports as well as the IAC certification process and how poorly implemented reporting can scuttle attempts to achieve certification.
The webinar also discussed the impact on clinical operations and revenue generation during lapses in IAC certification. They also addressed how an automated preformatted report program can and should be added to the daily reporting of patient test results.
More than 100 HTM and imaging service professionals attended the live webinar and more have viewed a recording of the webinar on 1TechNation.com and on YouTube.
The webinar received positive reviews via post-webinar surveys.
“I enjoyed the webinar format for this subject … the presenters were extremely knowledgeable about their subject and offered additional information when answering questions,” said A. Bannister, CNMT.
“This was a very informative and educational webinar. I realize now where we could use Nuclear Cardiology Reports to become compliant with Medicare. I am excited to share this information with my leadership and staff,” Nuclear Medicine Technologist T. Jordan said.
“I found the reporting webinar to be interesting and informative and hope to be able to utilize the information that was presented,” said A. Seymour, CNMT.
“I really enjoy and need the webinars. First, for the extra knowledge obtained and second, to keep up certification standards,” Biomed M. Tassler said.
The 2017 Webinar Wednesday series was hugely successful in 2017 with more than 10,000 registrations. Also, approximately 4,500 CE certificates were sent out throughout the year.
The Webinar Wednesday series was also praised by attendees after every presentation, including the most recent one.
“I always enjoy Webinar Wednesdays as they provide me with information that is helpful at my job,” said Senior Biomed S. Gardner said.
“Webinar Wednesdays – the best way to stay current in the biomedical maintenance business,” added B. Black, BMET.
“Webinar Wednesdays really rock,” Medical Electronics Technician R. Slater said.
For information about the 2018 Webinar Wednesday schedule, visit 1TechNation.com/Webinars.
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