Archive October 2018
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ASNC Advocacy Alert: RUC SurveyRemember to look for a survey of new and revised 2020 Myocardial PET and PET-CT CPT codes in early November 2018. This survey will have a slightly different format than those in the July survey. If you are randomly selected to participate in the survey please take the time to fill out the survey.
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ASNC, AHA Release New SPECT Best Practices Document-A User-friendly Complement to the SPECT Guidelines
ASNC’s Journal of Nuclear Cardiology
and the American Heart Association’s Circulation: Cardiovascular Imaging
have teamed up to co-publish a comprehensive best practice information statement highlighting the latest advances in cardiac SPECT imaging and detailing how to incorporate new technologies and techniques.
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ASNC2018 Sessions Livestreamed to 65 CountriesPhysicians and technologists from around the world—hailing from 65 countries—accessed ASNC2018 sessions via livestreaming services supported by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
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ASNC Continues to Push Against AUC MandateOn Sept. 25, ASNC CEO Kathleen Flood and Director of Policy Andy McKinley discussed the appropriate use criteria (AUC) mandate with the office of Senator Bill Cassidy (R-LA). ASNC and its coalition partners.
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ASNC and Chinese Society of Nuclear Medicine Co-host Free Webinar
On Sunday, October 28, ASNC and the Chinese Society of Nuclear Medicine (CSNM) will host their first webinar delivered in both Mandarin and English.
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