Meetings (2016-2017)

2016 Annual Meeting


The 2016 Annual Meeting Design Team in action!

Sample of Sessions:

  • A National Look at Joint Commission Diagnostic Imaging Standards – One Year Later
  • How to Be Successful Running a NON-Radiology Department: A Survivor’s Guide
  • Fitting Radiologist Assistants into Your Imaging Team
  • What We Can Do to Engage Our Employees
  • Secrets of Productivity Management
  • Six Tenets to Enterprise Imaging Strategy
  • Moving from Operational Manager to Strategic Innovation Leader


2016 Fall Conference

AHRA held its second Virtual Fall Conference October 14-28

The conference featured a live keynote address from Dr. Zeke Silva on “Patient Centered Care: The Right Thing To Do And Why Not Get Paid For It.” There was also a live AHRA Regulatory Affairs Update session, plus 8 pre-recorded sessions. Discussion boards and live Q&As were available for each session. There was also a virtual exhibit hall.

201 participants attended, as well as 4 exhibitors.

2017 Spring Conference



From July 2016 to June 2017, AHRA hosted 8 webinars. There were 2,105 registrants for these events.

  • The Value of Using Skin Markers in 3D Breast Tomosynthesis
  • How to Launch and Sustain and Enterprise Dose Management
  • Achieving Excellence 24/7
  • Data Driven Performance
  • 2017 Joint Commission Standards and Changes
  • Lessons from a Large-Scale Health
  • Decoding the Hidden Message in Your Employee Engagement Scores
  • EQUIP – An Essential MQSA Inspection Update

Local Area Meetings

From July 2016 to June 2017, a total of 17 area meetings were held in California, Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Wisconsin. A total of 577 participants took part in these free local seminars for CE credit.



Coding and Reimbursement Seminar

On February 15 and 16, a total of 52 individuals attended this live virtual seminar. The first day covered diagnostic radiology and the second was on interventional radiology. Recordings of the event were made available.