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- Deer Park Mammography Seminar 2014
Mammography Seminar 2014
SATURDAY, March 8, 2014
In Deer Park Texas 15 minutes east of
At the Deer Park Texas at 1320 Center Street next to the
No on site registration!
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Registration Check-in begins
at 7 AM.
The first class begins at 8 AM sharp.
SEATING IS LIMITED REGISTER
LAST YEAR WAS A SELL OUT!!!
Register now and
guarantee your seat.
We want to confirm our commitment to
providing high-quality continuing education to the radiology
An explanation of what mammography scintigraphy is, and how it can be useful in women under 40. An explanation of Sentinel breast nodes and its relationship to mammography and breast cancer.
Eric Ladwig, NMTCB
Mammography Coding 2014
A look at the principles of correct coding for mammography procedures and the legal requirements to make sure you receive all of the compensation for which you are legally entitled.
Felicia Goode, CPE
A review of both basic and advanced stereotactic principles and techniques. (ACR stereotactic Credit)
Maria Montomayer, R.T. (R)(M)(QM)
A discussion of the many facets of mammography research and factors involved in research participation.
Debra Dees, RN, CCRC
Mammo Customer Satisfaction
An examination of the components involved in establishing an outpatient mammo customer satisfaction program.
Ronald E. Colburn, MBA, R.T.(R)
HIPAA And Mammography
A discussion of the legal duties and responsibilities under HIPAA looking primarily at the mammography patient and the mammographer.
Ed Kurek, BSRT
Dose Reduction In Mammography
A look at methods and techniques for reducing patient exposure in mammography.
Joe Foley, BSRT
Quality Determinants In Mammography
A discussion of the many facets of mammography that affect quality and how they can be controlled and maximized for the best image quality.
Joe Foley, BSRT