MULTIDETECTOR CT FOR THE TECHNOLOGIST: A Four Volume Education Series for the Technologist
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This program presents a comprehensive review and update of the current role of Computed Body Tomography for the CT Technologist with an emphasis on Spiral (Helical) CT and the multidetector CT technology. The lectures are designed to present the material from both an anatomic and pathologic approach with emphasis on CT technique and optimization of scanning protocols. Recent advances in CT application including Multidetector CT, CT angiography, and three-dimensional imaging will be addressed. The role of CT compared to other imaging modalities, both from a cost-effective standpoint and from better clinical management, will be discussed and addressed during various lectures.
- Johns Hopkins Internal Medicine Review Video
New Material From 2005
- Improving Patient Safety: From Rhetoric to Reality, May 28, 2003 - Videotapes/DVD-Rs - limited time only!
This entire program is being offered on videotape or DVD-R for a limited time. This valuable information would be a great asset to any facility.
Peter J. Pronovost and Mary A. Pittman
Measuring the Culture of Safety
J. Bryan Sexton
Partners HealthCare System's Brigham and Women's Hospital Executive WalkRounds
Allan S. Frankel, Tejal K. Gandhi, Nancy R. Kruger, Andrew D. Whittemore
The Johns Hopkins Comprehensive Patient Safety Program
Sorrel King, Beryl J. Rosenstein, Peter J. Pronovost, Rhonda Wyskiel, Richard O. Davis
Panel: Applying WalkRounds Concepts
Neil Romanoff, Suzanne M. Graham, John M. Brookey
Developing Implementation Plans
Allan S. Frankel, Peter J. Pronovost
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- 18th Annual "Current Concepts in Ophthalmology
Now captured on DVD, VHS, Audio CD
Attend the leading CME program in Ophthalmology of 2006 at your convenience
Walter Stark, MD
Neil Bressler, MD
The 18th Annual "Current Concepts in Ophthalmology" course focuses on clinical, medical and administrative issues important to the evolving practice of ophthalmology, with a specific concentration on the most advanced medical and surgical treatment options within the various specialties. Expert and world-renowned faculty present the latest developments in the management of ocular conditions and practice operations through a combination of didactic and hands-on sessions at each of the courses. Case studies and Workshops are included.
The practice management sessions highlight financial planning management for today's busy Ophthalmologist. Course emphasis is on such topics as Coding and Reimbursement, Medicare and Economics of Ophthalmology. An industry expert delivers a "state-of-the-business" legal and regulatory report.
Earn up to 18.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
Release Date: April 2006
Expiration Date: April 30, 2009
Estimated time to complete: 18.5 hours
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