Presenting Something New at the Annual Meeting
By AHRA Staff
June 2013—We’re excited to present our new one-day Physician Leadership Track on Sunday, July 28 at this year’s Annual Meeting. The organizing committee has created this program specifically for radiologists in leadership positions and assembled an all-star lineup of speakers presenting on topics relevant for today’s shifting healthcare landscape. Meet three of our speakers and hear why they’re excited to be a part of this year’s AHRA Annual Meeting:
Rich Duszak, M.D.
Presenting: Creating Standards and Repeatability – Defining Quality
“Health care delivery and payment systems are rapidly evolving. Physicians who lead that change—rather than react to or ignore that evolution—will be in unprecedented positions to favorably impact the lives of their patients and better their professions. I’m delighted to be joining an outstanding faculty in a great program organized by the AHRA. Attendees will get to learn from radiology’s thought leaders and leave with new ideas which will make them more effective instruments of change.”
Tim Myers, M.D.
Presenting: Structured Reporting as a Tool for Quality and Efficiency
“I am excited about being a part of this new track for physicians at the AHRA because this program is directed at working, everyday radiologists. It is designed to immediately impact these radiologists in their practice, so they become more efficient, not at the cost of quality, but while they improve quality and service to their clients.”
Zeke Silva, M.D.
Presenting: Regulatory Update
“Now more than ever, radiologists and hospital administrators need to be fully engaged in collaborative, mutually respectful dialogue about how to bring the most value back to the patients who put their trust in them. I’m excited to be part of this AHRA physician leadership program designed to support that vision and generate realistic ideas and solutions that can be put to immediate action.”
Check out the brochure to read about all the speakers and the topics they’ll be presenting, and to register.