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Essentials of Imaging Informatics

Tuesday, January 5, 2021 2:00 PM EST

Approved for 1 ARRT Category A CE credit by AHRA

(AHRA Reference: LEC11052; Expiration Date 1/6/2022)

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Kenneth Fazzino

Presented by:

Kenneth Fazzino, Senior Director of Envision Physician Services

This 60-minute webinar will feature expert Kenneth Fazzino, Senior Director of Envision Physician Services. Ken will discuss the Imaging Informatics subspecialty of radiology that is designed to improve the efficiency, accuracy, and reliability of radiologic services within the medical enterprise. Essentially every aspect of a radiologist’s workday involves some form of communication: calling a colleague for patient history, reviewing images with a clinician, teaching a trainee, producing reports, justifying an examination to a third-party payer. As leaders of our clinical teams navigating the impact and language of IT projects could be daunting. All of these events fall under the purview of imaging informatics, and all of them, along with image interpretation itself, can become more efficient with the proper tools. The webinar will provide a general knowledge of imaging informatics to help you succeed.

You will learn to:

  • Identify and discuss the basics of imaging informatics
  • Identify and discuss the relevance of radiology initiatives
  • Discuss and identify the patient experience
  • Discuss and identify the physician experience
  • Discuss and identify the administrator expectations
  • Obtain general knowledge of relevant terminology
  • Understand how IT interacts with billing elements
  • Identify recent and upcoming IT tools