Archive May 2019

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Share Your Best Practices! Enter ASNC's Choosing Wisely Challenge

ASNC's 2017 Choosing Wisely® Challenge finalist, guest blogger David Winchester, MD, FASNC, explains why you should enter our Choosing Wisely® Challenge. The deadline is June 17!

Invitation for Cardiology Fellows: Complimentary Access to New 'Future Leaders of Nuclear Cardiology' Program

Are you a general cardiology fellow interested in imaging? ASNC’s new Future Leaders of Nuclear Cardiology program will inform the career decisions you’ll soon be making and put you on the path to leadership. 

"Therapeutic Hope" Emerging for Cardiac Amyloidosis; Download ASNC's Practice Points Today

In a recent interview, ASNC Immediate Past President Prem Soman, MD, PhD, MASNC, described how the planets are aligning to enable cardiologists to offer “therapeutic hope” to patients with cardiac amyloidosis who previously faced only a “nihilistic” future.

Hurry! Last Chance to Play..."What Is This Image?"

Join your colleagues in the latest round of “What Is This Image?” Don't miss your opportunity to win! Deadline is this Friday, 5/17!

Celebrating Nurses Week: A Proud ASNC Nurse Member

Featuring one of our favorite nurses and annual meeting attendees, Margaret Cammeyer, RN, Nuclear Department, Stony Brook Medicine, Stony Brook Internists, North Suffolk Cardiology, NY., on her career and how ASNC has supported her continuing education.

NC Today 2019 Provided Attendees with the Latest Practical Solutions

NC Today 2019 was a great success! Dennis Calnon, MD, MASNC and David Wolinsky, MD, MASNC developed an excellent program to address best practices in nuclear cardiology today, as well as to provide a look to the future. More than 100 physicians and imaging technologists, from as far away as Alaska, participated in 2.5 intensive days of more than 46 interactive sessions and case presentations led by 16 experts. 

ASNC Opposes Bill to Repeal In-Office Ancillary Service Exception to Stark

ASNC and 28 other physician organizations have communicated opposition to H.R. 2143, the Promoting Integrity in Medicine Act, which was introduced by Reps. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.) and Dina Titus (D-Nev.) on April 9.