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ASNC Nuclear Cardiology Today Show Preview

Posted on: 04.07.16 by Digirad

The American Society of Nuclear Cardiology (ASNC) will hold its highly anticipated Nuclear Cardiology Today: A Comprehensive Review & Update program from April 29 – May 1, 2016. Cardiologists, nuclear medicine physicians, nuclear technologists, radiologists, and other nuclear cardiology professionals will gather in Chicago, Illinois to address the leading clinical and practical management issues facing cardiology imaging professionals today.

Why Should I Attend?

This year’s program will not only focus on the new and exciting applications in nuclear cardiology, but it will also offer a record number of practical presentations on SPECT, PET & CT technology, radiation dose, and challenging cases. The knowledge and practical takeaways from these demonstrations will substantially help to raise the quality of imaging studies and help physicians to deliver the best care for their patients.

A number of sessions will also address health policy issues, which may be of special interest to practice administrators. The program’s format will be predominantly speaker-led, but audience engagement will be highly encouraged through Q&A. It will be valuable and well- spent time away from your practice.

Continuing Education

The program content also qualifies for continuing education credit. With scheduling challenges, additional cost, and sometimes limited availability of qualifying instruction, satisfying the requirements of the regulatory world is particularly important for both technologists and physicians, especially in light of the new regulatory mandates.

Digirad is proud to be among the exhibitors at this year’s program. Look for us and our Cardius® 3XPO in the Exhibit Hall. For more information on the program, visit the ASNC website.



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