ARRS GLOBAL EXCHANGE

ARRS is honored to present the Global Exchange featuring Colombia.

Daily Schedule

Schedule Day   

SAM Approved
ARLM
On-Demand Sessions
Resident Track
Educational Track
 

Sunday, April 30, 2017

7:30 AM9:30 AM
EDU.
This course will focus on mentoring and career advancement, private practice apprenticeship, active teaching techniques and technology for teachers.
Subcodes: ED
Credits: 2.0 CME
Location: Celestin BC, Level Three
A. Kelly - Mentoring: Advancing Another's Career
P. Van Geertruyden - How To Get The Most From Your Mentor/Advisor
S. Messina - Private Practice Apprenticeship
S. Mukherji - Active Teaching Techniques
P. Bhargava - Technology for Teachers
W. Weadock - Building Radiology Teaching Files
9:30 AM10:00 AM
BEVERAGE. Beverage Break-Celestin Foyer
Location: Celestin Foyer
10:00 AM12:00 NOON
CR.
Fortunately, severe reactions to contrast occur infrequently. Unfortunately, adverse reactions can be devastating with substantial morbidity and mortality. Most radiologists feel ill prepared as “first responders” during the first few critical minutes of life-threatening reactions until help arrives. 6 clinical scenarios will better prepare radiologists to handle severe reactions in the interim.
Subcodes: PS, ED, CT, OT
Credits: 2.0 CME/SAM
Location: Celestin BC, Level Three
M. Parker - Course Introduction, Overview, Clinical Scenarios
K. Beckett - Scenario-1 Mild Physiologic Reaction to Contrast Media
K. Beckett - Scenario-2 Contrast-Induced Bronchospasm
J. Pahade - Scenario-3 Contrast-Induced Laryngeal Edema
J. Pahade - Scenario-4 Contrast-Induced Hypotension w/ Bradycardia
G. Salazar - Scenario-5 Contrast-Induced Anaphylactoid Reaction
M. Sakala - Scenario-6 Pre-Medicated Patients/Shellfish Allergies
PED.
This course addresses health concerns in radiology practice, stressing ergonomics and repetitive strain injuries. Despite physical stresses, one can create joy at work by adopting positive feedback habits and choosing to be happy. One of the best sources of joy is found in embracing the group’s mission and vision. Cultivating that mission often requires self-reflection by means of a SLOT analysis.
Subcodes: ED, SO
Credits: 2.0 CME
Location: Celestin GH, Level Three
M. Harisinghani - Ergonomics for Radiologists
A. Kielar - Repetitive Strain Injury
D. Yousem - Finding Joy at Work
A. Norbash - Getting Buy-in for the "Mission"
K. Horton - SLOT Analysis
1:00 PM3:00 PM
BUS.
Physician payment systems are transitioning quickly from historical volume-based fee-for-service models to new value-based alternative payment models. In order to optimize their financial performance, radiology practices must succeed in both systems, often simultaneously. This session will highlight principles and strategies to optimally navigate this period of rapid change.
Subcodes: HP, SO
Credits: 2.0 CME
Location: Celestin BC, Level Three
M. Fleming - Revenue Optimization
R. Duszak - New Payment Models
K. Hentel - Utilization Management and Clinical Decision Support
CA1.
This four hour course that will cover various aspects of infectious diseases of the lung, pleura, mediastinum and chest wall with special emphasis on tropical disease. The course faculty will discuss a wide range of infectious disease topics including community acquired infections, mycobacterial, fungal and parasitic infections as well as infections in immunocompromised hosts. The various imaging features of thoracic infectious disease will be presented with an emphasis on differential diagnosis. Presented in Spanish with English Translation Available. Up to 200 headsets will be available in New Orleans for in-person participants to hear the English translation.Virtual participants may select English translation through their Virtual Meeting Portal.
Subcodes: CH, CA
Credits: 2.0 CME
Location: Celestin GH, Level Three
J. Carrillo-Bayona - Colombia Meets America: Imaging of Thoracic Infections
S. Martinez-Jimenez - Columbia Meets America: Imaging of Thoracic Infections
C. Restrepo - Colombia Meets America: Imaging of Thoracic Infections
L. Arias-Alvarez - Colombia Meets America: Imaging of Thoracic Infections
3:00 PM3:30 PM
BEVERAGE. Beverage Break-Celestin Foyer
Location: Celestin Foyer
3:30 PM4:30 PM
RYR.
With the growing number of radiology journals as well as the increasing complexity of radiologists' practices, stay on top of the latest peer-reviewed literature can be challenging. Discover the most noteworthy and must-read articles in radiology from the American Journal of Roentgenology over the past year-across the spectrum of radiology.
Subcodes: ED
Credits: 1 CME
Location: Celestin BC, Level Three
B. Carter - Radiology Year in Review
J. Stojanovska - Radiology Year in Review
3:30 PM5:30 PM
CA2.
This four hour course that will cover various aspects of infectious diseases of the lung, pleura, mediastinum and chest wall with special emphasis on tropical disease. The course faculty will discuss a wide range of infectious disease topics including community acquired infections, mycobacterial, fungal and parasitic infections as well as infections in immunocompromised hosts. The various imaging features of thoracic infectious disease will be presented with an emphasis on differential diagnosis. Presented in Spanish with English Translation Available. Up to 200 headsets will be available in New Orleans for in-person participants to hear the English translation.Virtual participants may select English translation through their Virtual Meeting Portal.
Subcodes: CH, CA
Credits: 2.0 CME
Location: Celestin GH, Level Three
S. Martinez-Jimenez - Colombia Meets America: Imaging of Thoracic Infections
T. Suarez-Poveda - Colombia Meets America: Imaging of Thoracic Infections
J. Carrillo-Bayona - Colombia Meets America: Imaging of Thoracic Infections
C. Restrepo - Columbia Meets America: Imaging of Thoracic Infections
5:45 PM7:15 PM
PRES. Opening Ceremonies and Member Business Meeting
Location: Celestin BC, Level Three