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  • Elaboración de un informe de cardiología nuclear con SPECT o PET

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 05/24/2017

    La sesión que tendremos se enfocará en la correcta elaboración de un informe, cumpliendo con los lineamientos, de un estudio de perfusión miocárdica y de viabilidad miocárdica.


    La sesión que tendremos se enfocará en la correcta elaboración de un informe, cumpliendo con los lineamientos, de un estudio de perfusión miocárdica y de viabilidad miocárdica.

    Respondiendo a las interrogantes del médico referente, destacaremos la importancia de un reporte bien estructurado con base en los resultados objetivos del estudio, tomando en cuenta el contexto clínico del paciente. Al término de la sesión, el usuario estará capacitado para:

    1.       Identificar y comprender los diferentes lineamientos utilizados para la correcta elaboración de un informe de SPECT/PET cardíaco con agentes de perfusión y de viabilidad miocárdica.

    2.       Comprender el significado de los diferentes parámetros cualitativos y cuantitativos de perfusión y función ventricular para su correcta inclusión en el reporte de modo organizado.

    3.       Integrar y reportar la información relevante para diagnóstico de isquemia o estratificación de riesgo en el paciente con enfermedad coronaria sospechada o conocida.

    4.       Integrar la información del estudio con el resultado de la prueba de estrés físico o farmacológico y con la situación clínica del paciente.

    5.       Entender la utilidad clínica de la reserva de flujo miocárdico y cómo incorporarlo en el reporte.

    6.       Integrar la información de la tomografía coronaria y del score de calcio con el análisis de la perfusión miocárdica.

    7.       Interpretar los resultados de una prueba de viabilidad miocárdica con agentes de perfusión y metabolismo.

    Dr. Erick Alexanderson                                          
    Presidente de la Sociedad Mexicana de Cardiología
    Jefe del Departamento de Cardiología Nuclear Instituto Nacional de Cardiología "Ignacio Chavez"

    Dr. Fernando Mut
    Director del Servicio de Medicina Nuclear, Hospital Asociacion Española
    Montevideo, Uruguay


    No CME or CE credit is provided for this event.
  • Fulfill MIPS Requirements with ASNC’s ImageGuide Registry

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 02/01/2017

    Learn how participation in Quality Clinical Data Registries (QCDRs), like the ImageGuide Registry, can help physicians succeed under the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) program. Beginning January 1, 2017, CMS implemented MIPS, a new quality program through which payment adjustments are based on evidence-based quality data specific to a clinician’s practice. Eligible professionals must report on 50% of their patients in order to qualify for a bonus payment and to avoid penalties on all Medicare receivables in 2019.

    Learn how participation in Quality Clinical Data Registries (QCDRs), like the ImageGuide Registry, can help physicians succeed under the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) program. Beginning January 1, 2017, CMS implemented MIPS, a new quality program through which payment adjustments are based on evidence-based quality data specific to a clinician's practice. Eligible professionals must report on 50% of their patients in order to qualify for a bonus payment and to avoid penalties on all Medicare receivables in 2019.

  • Success in Quality Payment: An ASNC webinar series - Part Two: Making MIPS Work: What You Need to Know for 2017

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 12/13/2016

    ASNC is pleased to offer a 2016 year- end webinar series aimed at educating ASNC members on the final components of the Medicare Access and Chip Reauthorization Act of 2015 and what they will be responsible for reporting in the quality payment program for 2017 and onward. MACRA Program Overview: Understand Medicare Payment Changes for 2017 and Beyond will provide members with a high level overview of the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015.

    ASNC is pleased to offer a 2016 year- end webinar series aimed at educating ASNC members on the final components of the Medicare Access and Chip Reauthorization Act of 2015 and what they will be responsible for reporting in the quality payment program for 2017 and onward. MACRA Program Overview: Understand Medicare Payment Changes for 2017 and Beyond will provide members with a high level overview of the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015.

    You can also register for part one of the series here.

    Georgia Lawrence, JD

    Camille Bonta, MHS Summit Health Consulting

    Kim Wallace


  • Success in Quality Payment: An ASNC webinar series - Part One: MACRA Program Overview: Understand Medicare Changes for 2017 and Beyond

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 12/07/2016

    ASNC is pleased to offer a 2016 year- end webinar series aimed at educating ASNC members on the final components of the Medicare Access and Chip Reauthorization Act of 2015 and what they will be responsible for reporting in the quality payment program for 2017 and onward.

    ASNC is pleased to offer a 2016 year- end webinar series aimed at educating ASNC members on the final components of the Medicare Access and Chip Reauthorization Act of 2015 and what they will be responsible for reporting in the quality payment program for 2017 and onward.

    MACRA Program Overview: Understand Medicare Payment Changes for 2017 and Beyond will provide members with a high level overview of the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015.

    You may register for part II here.

    Introductions and Presentations by:

    Cathie Biga, President and CEO of Cardiovascular Management of Illinois
    William Van Decker
    , Professor, Medicine at Temple University
    Camille Bonta
    , MHS, Summit Health Consulting

  • la standardization des rapports de scintigraphie de perfusion myocardique

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/25/2016

    La Societé Américaine de Cardiologie Nucléaire et l’Agence Internationale de l’Energie Atomique vous invite cordialement à leur séminaire conjoint en Français sur la standardization des rapports SPECT de scintigraphie de perfusion myocardique.

    La Societé Américaine de Cardiologie Nucléaire et l'Agence Internationale de l'Energie Atomique vous invite cordialement à leur séminaire conjoint en Français sur la standardization des rapports SPECT de scintigraphie de perfusion myocardique.

    Ce séminaire est avant-tout destiné aux cardiologues, radiologues et spécialistes en Médecine Nucléaire.

    Les séminaires ASNC - AIEA n'offrent pas de crédits de formation médicale continue.

    Ce séminaire sera archivé sur le site internet de l'ASNC une semaine après l'émission en ligne.



    Salah-Eddine Bouyoucef, MD, PHD

    Professeur en Médecine Nucléaire
    Chef de service de Médecine Nucléaire, CHU Bab El Oued, Alger, Algérie


    Francois Lamoureux, M.D, M.Sc., ABNM, FRCP
    Professeur Agrégé en Médecine Nucléaire, Université de Montreal, QC, Canada
    Chef de Service de Médecine Nucléaire, Hôpital Santa Cabrini, Montreal, QC, Canada
    Président, Association des Médecins Spécialistes en Médecine Nucléaire du Quebec
    President élu de l' Association Canadienne de Médecine Nucléaire


    Jean-Luc Urbain, MD, Ph.D., CPE
    Professeur en Imagerie Médicale
    Président de L'Association Canadienne de Médecine Nucléaire (2006-2011)
    Chef de Service de Médecine Nucléaire, Lebanon VA Medical Center, PA, USA

    Les séminaires ASNC - AIEA n'offrent pas de crédits de formation médicale continue.

  • Reporting a Myocardial Perfusion SPECT Study

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 07/27/2016

    The session will provide an overview of the importance of reporting a myocardial perfusion SPECT study accurately and in compliance with the guidelines.

    The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology (ASNC) bring you the fourth in a series of complimentary webinars on Wednesday, July 27 at 9:00 PM (PT). These webinars are designed to provide the best practices in Nuclear Cardiology to cardiologists, radiologists, technologists and nuclear medicine physicians.

    Speaker: Peter Tilkemeier, MD, MMM, FASNC
    Chair, Department of Medicine, Greenville Health System
    Professor of Medicine, University of South Carolina School of Medicine - Greenville

    The session will provide an overview of the importance of reporting a myocardial perfusion SPECT study accurately and in compliance with the guidelines. The use of structured data, structured reporting and the important role they play in registries will be discussed. At the conclusion of the activity the learner should be able to:

    1. Identify the and understand the different guidelines that have been used to facilitate myocardial perfusion SPECT reporting
    2. Understand the implementation of the guidelines in clinical [practice regarding reporting a myocardial perfusion SPECT study
    3. Implement structured data and reporting in everyday practice in their clinical settings
    4. Understand the importance of structured reporting in registry participation, such as ASNC's ImageGuide registry.

    No CME or CE credit is provided for this event.


    Peter Tilkemeier, MD, MMM, FASNC
    Chair, Department of Medicine, Greenville Health System
    Professor of Medicine, University of South Carolina School of Medicine - Greenville

    No CME or CE credit is provided for this event.

  • Incorporating Clinical and ECG Findings in to the Interpretation and Reporting of MPI

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 05/11/2016

    Exercise testing and functional capacity provide both adjunctive and independent information in patients undergoing MPI. Patients undergoing pharmacologic may experience hemodynamic and clinical abnormalities. All of these findings must be incorporated into the final report of an MPI study.

    The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology (ASNC) bring you the third in a series of complimentary webinars on Wednesday, May 11 at 9:00 PM (PT). These webinars are designed to provide the best practices in Nuclear Cardiology to cardiologists, radiologists, technologists and nuclear medicine physicians.

    Speaker: David Wolinsky MD FACC MASNC
    Cleveland Clinic Florida

    Exercise testing and functional capacity provide both adjunctive and independent information in patients undergoing MPI. Patients undergoing pharmacologic may experience hemodynamic and clinical abnormalities. All of these findings must be incorporated into the final report of an MPI study. This presentation will help the nuclear cardiologist formulate interpretations which incorporate all findings in a concise and clinically relevant fashion. No CME or CE credit is provided for this event.


    David Wolinsky MD FACC MASNC
    Cleveland Clinic Florida

    No CME or CE credit is provided for this event.

  • Best Technical Practices

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/06/2016

    This program will review the basic elements of acquiring a high quality MPI study related to the aspects of protocol selection, acquisition and processing standards and considerations for radiation dose reduction. This live webinar offers an interactive format that stimulates clinical practice. Participants will be able to evaluate, assess their skills and expand their knowledge of Best Technical Practices. No CME or CE credit is provided for this event.

    The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology (ASNC) bring you the second in a series of complimentary webinars on Wednesday, April 6th at 9:00 PM (PST). These webinars are designed to provide the best practices in Nuclear Cardiology to cardiologists, radiologists, technologists and nuclear medicine physicians.

    Speaker: April Mann, MBA, CNMT, NCT, RT(N)

    This program will review the basic elements of acquiring a high quality MPI study related to the aspects of protocol selection, acquisition and processing standards and considerations for radiation dose reduction. This live webinar offers an interactive format that stimulates clinical practice. Participants will be able to evaluate, assess their skills and expand their knowledge of Best Technical Practices. No CME or CE credit is provided for this event.


    April Mann, MBA, CNMT, NCT, RT(N)
    Manager, Cardiac Cath Lab, Non-Invasive Cardiology and Vascular Imaging
    Hartford Hospital
    Hartford, CT

    No CME or CE credit is provided for this event.

  • Patient Centered Imaging - The Right Test for the Right Patient with Optimal Outcomes

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 03/09/2016

    Due to an increased awareness of the necessity to reduce patient radiation and recent advancements in nuclear medicine hardware and software, ASNC and IAEA see the importance to discuss optimal protocols for myocardial perfusion SPECT. This webinar will answer the clinical question at hand to maximize patient comfort and convenience, and to minimize radiation dose. To adopt patient-centered imaging the nuclear technologist and physician must first assess patient needs and then optimize the protocol to appropriately address them.

    The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology (ASNC) bring you the first in a series of complimentary webinars on Wednesday, March 9th at 9:00 PM (PST). These webinars are designed to provide the best practices in Nuclear Cardiology to cardiologists, radiologists, and nuclear medicine physicians.

    Speaker Dr. E. Gordon DePuey, III will provide an overview of “Patient Centered Imaging."

    Due to an increased awareness of the necessity to reduce patient radiation and recent advancements in nuclear medicine hardware and software, ASNC and IAEA see the importance to discuss optimal protocols for myocardial perfusion SPECT. This webinar will answer the clinical question at hand to maximize patient comfort and convenience, and to minimize radiation dose. To adopt patient-centered imaging the nuclear technologist and physician must first assess patient needs and then optimize the protocol to appropriately address them.

    This live webinar offers an interactive format that stimulates clinical practice. Participants will be able to evaluate, assess their skills and expand their knowledge of Patient Centered Imaging. No CME or CE credit is provided for this event.


    Gordon DePuey, MD, MASNC

    No CME or CE credit is provided for this event.

  • Optimal Risk-Benefit Ratio for Stress Myocardial Perfusion SPECT

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 08/12/2015

    This free live webinar on “Best Practices in Nuclear Cardiology” is designed to increase cardiologists, radiologists, and nuclear medicine physicians’ knowledge on “Benefit versus Risk.” Using a case-based format, speakers Prem Soman and Brian Abbott will discuss how to optimize the risk-benefit ratio for myocardial perfusion imaging by appropriate selection of patients, and the use of best practices and patient-centered imaging in nuclear cardiology.

    This free live webinar on “Best Practices in Nuclear Cardiology” is designed to increase cardiologists, radiologists, and nuclear medicine physicians' knowledge on “Benefit versus Risk.”

    Using a case-based format, speakers Prem Soman and Brian Abbott will discuss how to optimize the risk-benefit ratio for myocardial perfusion imaging by appropriate selection of patients, and the use of best practices and patient-centered imaging in nuclear cardiology.


    Prem Soman, MD, PhD, FASNC

    Brian Abbott, MD, FASNC

    No credit is offered for this course.