ASNC 21st Annual Scientific Session – Event PreviewPosted on: 08.25.16 by Digirad
The American Society of Nuclear Cardiology will host the 21st Annual Scientific Session on September 22 – 25, 2016, at the Boca Raton Resort in sunny Boca Raton, Florida.
This highly anticipated 4-day event gathers cardiologists, radiologists, practice administrators, and other healthcare professionals from around the world who want to discuss emerging research, new technology, and advances in nuclear cardiology. This year, physicians may bring their Practice Administrators for FREE, so be sure to take advantage of the offer and mention it during the registration process.
Some of this year’s new sessions will include discussions about SPECT MPI as well as PET MPI, essentials for enhancing image quality and patient safety, and principles for measuring and reporting myocardial blood flow. They’ll also address infiltrative and inflammatory cardiomyopathies, and you’ll have the chance to read some amyloid images and non-perfusion PET images with the experts!
Also, if you were hoping for more collaboration time, you’ll be excited to hear that there will be more opportunities to share questions, ideas, and opinions during live sessions through a new feature on the meeting app, which should prove to be a powerful engagement tool.
Visit us at Booth #310
In addition to the lectures, workshops, panel discussions, and presentations, you’ll find an Exhibit Hall filled with vendors representing the latest technology and professional services. Digirad is thrilled to, once again, be among the exhibitors at this year’s meeting. Look for us in the Exhibit Hall in Booth #310 where we’ll be showcasing the Cardius® X-ACT dedicated cardiac SPECT imaging system with Attenuation Correction that delivers High Specificity, Low Dose Protocols. You can also learn about Digirad’s SELECT programs, which maximize the quality, efficiency and profitability of your Nuclear Cardiology lab. If you are considering how to add PET MPI to your practice, find out how you can partner with Digirad Imaging Solutions’ PET Start-Up Programs.
For more information about the event, go to the ASNC website: http://www.asnc.org/asnc2016
We hope you’ll stop by and say hello!
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