Join the LANDAUER team during the upcoming 2022 Health Connect Partners (HCP) Fall Conference October 10-12, at Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. Click here to learn more about this meeting.
The Joint Commission (TJC) dose monitoring requirements for hospitals with diagnostic radiology services can be broken into three major categories: fluoroscopy dose monitoring, computed tomography (CT) dose monitoring, and CT protocol review. Complete coverage of these requirements can be costly in terms of employee time-cost and the cost of dose monitoring services.
If you are a radiation worker or individual who administers the dosimetry program for your institution such as an RSO, IRRP, or administrator, then you don't want to miss this webinar! Christine Krieman of LANDAUER will be delving into the important topic of fetal monitoring for pregnant radiation workers.
The revised TJC sentinel event definition has left hospitals questioning when high fluoroscopic doses might qualify as a sentinel event. Dose review thresholds, skin-site monitoring, and patient dose calculations all can to help address this issue.
What are your quality metrics saying about your organization? Are they as good as they could be? Are you measuring the right things? Join the discussion with your peers and James O’Brien, MMSC, DABR, Senior Medical Physicist, to talk about quality improvement metrics and how you should be measuring quality.
Join the LANDAUER team during the upcoming 2022 Florida Biomedical Society (FBS) Symposium December 2-4, at Disney's Grand Floridian in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Click here to learn more about this meeting.