Aug 23, 2022, 06:00 PM – 08:00 PM, Central Daylight Time

Training Objectives

This class will cover the knowledge needed to successfully select, install and implement successful artificial intelligence workflows into the enterprise imaging workflows

  • Lectures and discussions will cover the history of artificial intelligence, strengths and limitations of AI algorithms, and various methods of integrating AI into clinical workflows
  • Differences in machine learning and deep learning algorithms
  • Review of how AI algorithms identify pathology and interpret images
  • Students will leave the course with actionable information that can be immediately implement in their AI environment
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Instructor of this course

Kyle M. Henson

Founder and CEO Imaging Heartbeat
Former Director of Operations, DataFirst Corp
Instructor: PACS, VNA and Enterprise
Imaging Architecture and Design
MBA in Healthcare Administration
Working on Doctorate of Management

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Artificial Intelligence is a massive innovation in all aspects of life. From self-driving cars to talking digital assistants, to robots that can walk, jump and catch things thrown at them. Medicine and in particular imaging are no different. It has now been five years from the infamous and silly statement “radiologists will be obsolete in fiver years due to AI”. In actuality radiologists are in far greater demand than they were fewer years ago. We will explore why AI has failed to meet some of those claims, understand how it works and how it learns. Once understanding how it works and how it learns we are in a better position to look at selecting AI algorithms and integrating them into our own workflows. The goal of AI really be to augment and improve our human resources, so that they can provide better and more efficient healthcare.

You will leave this course with the ability to:

  • Explain some of the key terms and definitions used in AI
  • Understand the differences between machine learning and deep learning algorithms
  • Engage in substantive discussions with vendors when selecting AI regarding training of the algorithm and potential biases Diagram and plan for AI integrations in your local enterprise imaging environment
  • Evaluate and articulate the cost / benefits of AI and prepare a ROI during the AI selection process
  • IT Manager / Director
  • IT Systems Analyst
  • IT Systems Architect
  • PACS / VNA Administrator
  • Imaging Architect
  • Imaging Manager / Director
  • Foundational technical knowledge
  • Group discussions regarding the technology and issues faced in practice by students
  • Online quizzes
  • Feedback from prior sessions
  • Questions and topics related to issues currently facing facilities
  • Certificate of Achievement

How can I register for Webinar and how does the whole thing work?
You may register by emailor online:
To register by email:
Download the brochure and complete the registration form given as a last page of the brochure and email to Kevin.Mckinney@acsmb.com

To register online:
Step 1 – Go to the course page and click ‘Register Now’
Step 2– Complete the registration form, read and check the ‘terms and conditions’ box and click on ‘Register’. You’ll receive a confirmation email.
Step 3– Click on ‘Confirm’ in the confirmation email and you'll be taken to the login page. Login and click the "Add to Cart" button that suits your needs and click "Pay by Credit Card" to enter your payment details. You'll receive a payment confirmation email as well as a Welcoming Package with the full itinerary.

Please check following questions to see how the whole thing works.
If you have any questions or need assistance, please and thank you reach us at Kevin.Mckinney@acsmb.com

How soon I can login?
You will be able to login 10-15 minutes prior to each activity/session. Don’t take a chance, so better will be to login early.

How do I join webinar/meeting?
Joining is easy, just takes few seconds. Just click the link in the invite that you will be provided with in email. You will proceed to your session immediately. Just remember to register first if attending a webinar.

How can I join Zoom meeting and what are the pre-requisites?
Please check the details as how to join the meeting at https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362193-Joining-a-meeting

How do I ask the Instructor questions?
There will be a 'chat on the your screen. Type your question in the box and send it direct to the Instructor. The Instructor will address your question at the earliest and at an appropriate time during the presentation.

What if I have problems viewing the webinar?
There will be a Coordinator who will help address your problems. The Coordinator will make sure that you are able to login and attend the webinar properly.

How much attendance will be required for each activity/session?
Full attendance will be required to get credits on each activity. As per ASRT instructions and guidelines, getting the credits for each activity requires you not miss more about 2 minutes of any activity. Not complying to any activity will result in credits not being awarded for that particular activity.

How do you take attendance?
As per ASRT guidelines:

  • The coordinator will keep records indicating when each attendee logs on and off.
  • Attendees will complete a web survey after the broadcast. Attendees will be given web address/link to access the survey.
  • The web address/link will not be given until the end of the broadcast.

At the end of the webinar series your attendance will be verified and your credits will be made available to you. You must be in full attendance for every session in order to be able to receive the approved CE credits/certificate.

Are these CE credits approved and recognized by ASRT and ARRT?
Yes, these are approved by ASRT and recognized by ARRT. In order to get the credits on each session you will have to attend each session in full.

How do I receive my CE credits?
After your attendance is reviewed and verified your certificate will be ready in 2 business days and will be available to you at your ACS account. You will be notified through an email of the same. You will be able to print your certificate.

Is it important to attend the complete course for getting CE credits?
Yes, it is.

What is ASRT?
American Society of Radiologic Technologist (ASRT) is the premier professional association of people working in medical imaging and radiation therapy.

What is the benefit of getting ASRT membership?
ASRT membership helps you advance your career, keep up with continuing education, advocate for your patients, network with colleagues and much more.

I live outside USA. Can I become ASRT member? If Yes, why and how?
Yes, members who are not registered with the ARRT and live outside the United States can become ASRT members. For more details, i.e. why and how to become International ASRT member, check here: HTTPS://WWW.ASRT.ORG/MEMBERSHIP/JOIN-ASRT/MEMBERSHIP-CATEGORIES/INTERNATIONAL

I am not a member of ASRT, so how this course or CE credits will benefit me?
If you’re not ASRT member, the ASRT approved Category A CE credits will still have lot of value to your career growth. However, the requirement of CE credits will depend upon the policy guidelines of your country and may also be of your organization.

Why continuing education (CE)?
In today's health care environment, being a professional means more than just doing your job well. Technological advances and shifts in our nation's system of health care delivery demand that the professional radiologic technologist/imaging informatics person pursue continuing education just to keepcurrent. Continuing education gives radiologic technologists/imaging informatics person a way to maintain competency and prevent professional obsolescence. It benefits them, the patients they serve and the profession as a whole.

Since 1995, continuing education has been mandatory for radiologic technologists registered by the ARRT. The Registry defines a continuing education activity as one that is "planned, organized and administered to enhance the knowledge and skills underlying the professional performance that the technologist uses to provide services to patients, the public or the medical profession. To qualify as a CE activity, it must provide sufficient depth and scope of a subject area."

What is Category A credit?
Category A activities are those evaluated and approved by a Recognized Continuing Education Evaluation Mechanism (RCEEM). Because the ASRT is a RCEEM, any activity approved by the ASRT is awarded Category A or A+ credit. When choosing your CE activities, look for Category A or A+ approval.

What is the relation between ARRT and ASRT, SIIM and ABII?

  • The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) is a credentialing organization, not a professional society. ARRT is the world’s largest organization offering credentials in medical imaging, interventional procedures, and radiation therapy. It certifies and registers technologists in a range of disciplines by overseeing and administering education, ethics, and examination requirements. Although they support the professional growth and development of our registrants, their main purpose is to assess and recognize qualified individuals in medical imaging, interventional procedures, and radiation therapy.
  • ASRT is an organization for professionals in radiologic science. Members enjoy access to CE, peer-reviewed journals, a member magazine, and discounts on products and services. ASRT is an ARRT-approved RCEEM+ for CE credits. Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) is professional organization at the nexus of medical imaging and information technologies. It seeks to spearhead research, education, and the discovery of solutions to advance imaging informatics and patient care. The interdisciplinary organization allows physicians, administrators, health information professionals, technologists, scientists, and engineers to learn from one another.
  • American Board of Imaging Informatics (ABII) is a non-profit organization that sponsor the Imaging Informatics Professional Certification program and awards the Imaging Informatics Professional designation to the qualified candidates. Funded by SIIM and ARR, ABII offers national certification program that defines the standards for demonstrated knowledge and competence in the medical imaging informatics.

What is CIIP?
Certified Imaging Informatics Professional (CIIP), a certification from the American Board of Imaging Informatics (ABII), demonstrates that an individual has mastered the necessary technical, clinical, and business skill sets to invest in quality improvement, be at the forefront of the profession, and innovate within the field of imaging informatics.

How to Become a CIIP?

I am already CIIP certified, so how this course will benefit me?
You’ll have chance to update your knowledge and earn ASRT Approved CE Credits

How long this CIIP certification will be valid?
The CIIP is good for 10 years, where there are requirements, including taking the exam again to be recertified. Here is the web link HTTPS://WWW.ABII.ORG/DOCS/10-YEAR-CERTIFICATION-REQUIREMENTS. PDF HTTPS://WWW.ABII.ORG/MAINTAINING-CERTIFICATION.ASPX. The four options for the 10-Year Requirements include: Practice, Education, Research, and Examination. Only one of the four options must be completed during the compliance period and pre-approval by ABII of the activity selected by the diplomat is not required. CIIP started in 2007, so this year is the first group who will need to re-certify.

Is there any preparation that I need to do before attending this course?
Yes, you need to have good understanding of basics of imaging informatics, standards, etc.

Why to invest in the CIIP Certification Boot Camp?

  • It carries ASRT Approved Category A Credits.
  • Preparation for CIIP Exam.
  • CIIP Review of Testing Elements: exam preparation of estimated test content.
  • Mock Examination - simulation of CIIP examination under expected test conditions.
  • Examination Review - proper exam responses and answer questions
  • It’s a great certification recognized world over. A certification, from the American Board of Imaging Informatics (ABII), demonstrates that an individual has mastered the necessary technical, clinical, and business skill sets to invest in quality improvement, be at the forefront of the profession, and innovate within the field of imaging informatics.
  • Develop your value as a CIIP and transition into a new role as a leader in the enterprise.
  • Insufficient quality training on the PACS subject worldwide.
  • Experienced trainers from Europe and US, who know ins and outs of the subject.

Would this class benefit CT or MRI technologists with regards to their line of work or is it more for PACS administrators?
Since the course has ASRT Category A credits, it would count for CT, MRI, and all ARRT CE requirements. There are plans to have content specific requirements at some point, but Imaging Informatics is part of all of the ARRT credentials.

Also, Informatics is becoming a larger part of all Imaging Technologists duties, and if they have that training they will be more proficient. They will also be able to be creative with workarounds in case there is a problem and they will be a hero.

Technologist input is helpful for any system changes or upgrades, and the more they understand, the more good ideas they can contribute

Is this course ARRT recognized? Are the topics in this course searchable in ARRT search tool?
Yes. Please search the session topics in the ARRT search took here: HTTPS://APPS.ARRT.ORG/FINDCE/

I am already CIIP certified; will these credits be applicable to ABIIs continuing education requirements?
These are ASRT approved, so are applicable to ABII. Also recognized by ARRT.CIIP Credits have to be related to one of the content categories in certification. And this course has them all.

Course Fee $100/Participant

Individual (Including Early Bird Discount)
$85 per participant to pay till July 04, 2022

Individual (Excluding Early Bird Discount)
$100 per participant to pay after July 04, 202


Day 1 - Tuesday 23 August, 2022
Opening Remarks & Introduction ( 05:50 PM - 06:00 PM )
Session One (06:00 pm - 08:00 pm)

Origins of AI and misconceptions of the purpose of AI in imaging

  • Defining and demystifying AI terms, Deep Learning, Machine Learning, Features, Classifiers
  • AI algorithms and how they interpret images
  • Appropriate use of AI in various clinical settings (what is AI good at and what is it not good at)
  • Methods of integrating AI into enterprise imaging workflows
  • AI training methods and pitfalls
  • Ethical considerations of AI, bias, and misuse
Course Program
Time Topic
Day 1
17:50 to 18:00Registration & Introduction
Day 1-1
18:00 to 20:00Session One