Advanced Oncology Imaging Services (OIS)

Venue: TBD

Location: Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Event Date/Time: Apr 12, 2007 End Date/Time: Apr 19, 2007
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A National Oncology Imaging Conference Focused on Exploring the Latest Developments for Managing a More Competitive and Comprehensive Imaging Program to Increase Patient Volume, Improve Outcomes and Excel in Total Patient Cancer Care Gain Knowledge From Experts on the Opportunities to Add and Expand Oncology Imaging Services to Better Detect, Diagnose and Treat Cancer. Explore Techniques to Better Equip Cancer Centers with the Latest Advancements in Medical Technology through Real Case Studies, Research Findings and Organizational Models from Renowned Cancer Institutes.


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WHAT WILL BE DISCUSSED • Best practices for advanced oncology imaging services and operations • Choosing the most up to date and cost-effective imaging equipment to achieve more efficient workflow and improved patient care while meeting the unique needs of your hospital • Integrating and streamlining your hospital’s imaging services to increase customer satisfaction and operational efficiency • Providing a comprehensive array of imaging services to increase patient volume and improve outcomes • Expanding your Oncology department to accommodate increased patient volume, staff, technologies and future growth • Understanding and overcoming radiology challenges including: increased competition, demand for services, rapidly changing technologies and cuts in reimbursement • Emerging trends in Oncology Imaging: An overview of advancements in Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT), Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT), PET/CT, MRI, CAD, TomoTherapy, PACS and more • Marketing your imaging services to increase patient volume, revenue and competitive advantage • Strategies for ensuring optimal reimbursement while improving compliance • Measuring the ROI and profitability of your Imaging Department • Implementing state-of-the-art Outpatient Imaging services to increase patient convenience while reducing costs