Medical Technology Management Institute (MTMI) was formed in 1989 to fill the need for quality education for technologists in medical imaging. In the 1990s, as the need for cross-training grew, MTMI grew by adding cross-training in mammography, MRI, CT, ultrasound, bone densitometry and picture archive and communication systems (PACS) education.
By 1992, MTMI’s “Initial Training in Mammography” course was the first course to be accepted by the FDA to meet the Mammography Quality Standards Acts (MQSA) in the United States. As the company grew, courses were added for medical physicists and physicians.
TechNation learned more about MTMI in a recent question-and-answer interview with Steve Cushman, MTMI Senior Director of Marketing.
A: MTMI’s mission is to provide world-class continuing education for medical imaging professionals to help improve patient care. MTMI strives to deliver the latest in medical imaging education in innovative and convenient formats, including on-site classes, webinars and on-demand videos.
A: MTMI offers continuing education through on-site classes in Milwaukee, Houston and Las Vegas, as well as live and recorded online programs. Our programs, which include radiography, mammography, MRI, CT, ultrasound, bone densitometry and PACS are offered for technologists, medical physicists, physicians and biomedical technicians.
MTMI’s personalized consulting services offer help with ACR re-accreditation, clinical competencies and team education.
Additionally, 2021 brings the expansion of our biomedical engineering education with the debut of “The Fundamentals of Medical Instrumentation and Biomedical Equipment Technology,” a CBET exam preparation course taught by industry expert Larry Fennigkoh, Ph.D., CCE.
A: MTMI’s focus on quality, expert instructors with clinical experience and unique delivery platforms make us a leader in medical imaging continuing education. MTMI is the only provider of continuing medical education with programs accredited in all modalities for medical imaging professionals, including technologists (ARRT), physicians (ACCME), physicists (CAMPEP) and biomedical engineers (AAMI). MTMI is proud to host students from all over the country and world.
A: The future for MTMI holds global expansion, continued growth in technologist, physician and medical physicist programs and additional biomedical engineering courses.
For more information, visit www.mtmi.net.
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