An updated joint American Society of Nuclear Cardiology (ASNC) imaging guidelines and SNMMI procedure standard for positron emission tomography (PET) nuclear cardiology procedures has just been published addressing the areas of PET myocardial perfusion and metabolism clinical imaging. The new guideline provides imaging guidelines for physicians and technologists who are qualified to practice nuclear cardiology.
This week, the ASNC team confirmed a stellar line-up of health policy and practice management experts for the ASNC2016 session “Alternative Payment Models & Value-Based Healthcare: What Does It Mean for Cardiovascular Imaging?” On Thursday, Sept. 22, from 4:00 to 5:45 pm, on the main stage at ASNC2016, a team of five panelists will take the Nuclear Cardiology community on a guided tour through the rapidly evolving policy landscape.
You're busy! You want to take advantages of the benefits of ASNC Fellowship, but you have no time to spare for a complex application process. We get it! That's why we've streamlined the FASNC application process—to make becoming a Fellow of the only society focused on the needs and concerns of nuclear cardiology imaging professionals as easy and efficient as possible while still adhering to our high standards.
ASNC offers convenient and effective online CME/CE activities such as:
Journal of Nuclear Cardiology CME articles
Self-Assessment modules in our NCKSAP
Meetings on Demand(MOD's)
Educational modules developed specifically for technologists
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