ASN Winter Meeting

       

ASN Summer Annual Meeting

       


Description

Based on enthusiastic reviews from last year’s meeting, we once again bring you a special joint meeting of the American Society of Neuroimaging & NeuroNetPro, featuring engaging & solutions-oriented interactions with experts from private practice, industry, clinical science, informatics, payers, & more!

Program Highlights

Imaging & Information Technology Innovations 

  • Imaging Fundamentals: Case based approach to what-to-order-when, protocols, documentation, authorizations, understanding radiology reports, basic image interpretation, using images with your patients
  • Neuroimaging & novel biomarkers in the precision diagnosis, management & treatment of adult & pediatric neurologic disorders
  • Informatics for clinical decision support, patient identification for treatments & clinic trials
  • Robotics, AI, machine learning & other advances in image acquisition for speed & precision
  • Running Imaging within a clinical practice: more realistic than you may think

Practice Innovations

  • Roundtable Discussions on topical, intersecting issues with clinical peers & industry leaders
  • Technology in Practice: Practice Analytics, Tele-Neuro, Chat-Bots, Scheduling Wizards, Intelligent Automation, tools for structured capture of physiologic data, remote monitoring, reimbursement considerations
  • Developing subspecialty centers of excellence, & the role of research & data
  • Payer relation best Practices, documentation tips, & technology, evolving to value based care models
  • Entrepreneurialism, Collaboration, Centers-of-Excellence Models in Community settings
  • New Practice Start-Up: Benefits & Impediments
  • Driving access with teams, technology & culture: Onboarding, business considerations, benefit to Patients, Providers & Practice
  • Compensation models, contracts, opportunities, risks & expectations
  • Job Fair & Networking for APPs, MDs, trainees, & managers (by Neurology Practice Consortium)
       


Description

The 2023 Annual Meeting marks ASN’s 45th Anniversary of driving the evolution of neuroimaging techniques & diagnosis to improve the lives of those with neurologic disorders. Given its ubiquitous role in clinical decisions & research, an even stronger working knowledge of neuroimaging will be required of ALL neurology providers.     

The 2023 Annual Meeting will focus on technology & clinical updates with a particular emphasis on acute care, interventional imaging, & ultrasound technologies.  Information presented will be valuable to a multidisciplinary audience including:

  • Physicians
  • Neurologists
  • Technologists
  • Sonographers
  • Researchers
  • Advanced Practice Providers
  • Clinicians
  • Nurses

Special programs will be offered for sonographers – allowing hands-on ultrasound training with the support of manufacturer sponsors. Sonography certification training sessions will be available for both neurologists & technologists. 

As always, the latest science & research will be presented, & trainees, scientists & clinicians are encouraged to submit abstracts for poster presentation and discussion.

Program Highlights

  • ASN 45th Anniversary Celebration!
  • Call for Abstracts on Inpatient Imaging Topics
  • Neurocritical Care
    • Neurocritical Care Imaging/Imaging Protocols in the Hospital Setting
    • Imaging of Critical Care Illnesses
    • Critical Care Ultrasonography
  • Hands On Ultrasound Training
  • Transcranial Doppler (TCD) Training for:
    • aSAH
    • Multimodal monitoring
    • NICU
    • Acute ischemic stroke (diagnosis, thrombolysis monitoring, sonotrhombolysis)
    • Emergency Neurovascular Focused TCD cadre
  • NeuroPOCUS in  NICU
  • Certification Programming
    • US Certification Review
    • Review Session for Board Course
  • ASN Business Meeting
     

 

Contact

Maria Caserta - mcaserta@dentinstitute.com

       

Contact

Nicole La Vigne - info@asnweb.org

       
           

 

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