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Effective Management in Imaging



26 Feb 2017

Dubai Healthcare City (DHCC); Shaikh Mohamad Bin Rashid Academic Medical Centre,

Dubai, UAE

 

Introduction:

As a leader and senior professional, you need to decide if you should devote most of your time to routine management actions or develop strategic vision to navigate your department, develop leadership skills in your team, be contemporary in knolwedge and trends globally and provide the level of safety to patients and staff that they deserve.  

Great bosses change staff for the better. They see more in their staff than they see in themselves, and they help them learn to see it too. They dream big and show others all the great things they can accomplish. Great leaders inspire trust and admiration through their actionsnot just their words. 

Chairersons and senior management professionals in imaging are increasingly confronted with skills to obtain more resources, effective appropriation of resources, development of human resource for effective utilization and ensuring trust of referring physicians, patients and colleagues. The demands vary from something that is considered unrresaonable as per current knolwege to something that must be given due attention and with urgency.

Unfortunately there has been minimal attention given to effective management and development of leadersip skills in imaging.

The program share give you opprtunity to interact with top leaders in the field from Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital and listen to their personal experiences on how they have raised profile of their field and implemented change institaion.

The discussions shall include: Management issues in radiology and nuclear medicine today and likely in next decade in context of imaging appropriateness and referral, financial and reimbursement, human resource management, coping with technological advances, leadership development, software upgradations, radiation protection from regulatory compliance to need of the day, radiation protection issues for both patients and staff, issues with imaging of children, neonates and pregnant women
 


The target audience:

- Senior radiologists.
- Nuclear medicine physicians.

 

Course Program:

Date and Time26 Feb 2017

Course CME Credits: 2.75 Hours approved by the DHA

Course Venue:  Dubai Healthcare City (DHCC); Shaikh Mohamad Bin Rashid Academic Medical Centre, UAE

Organized by:  Sheikh Hamdan Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Award for Medical Sciences

In Coorperation With:  Dubai Health Authority (DHA)

Faculty From:

  • Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, USA
  • UAE Hospitals, Radiology Departments (DHA & Military Health Services)

 

Date & Time  Title  Speaker

Sunday: 26th Feb 2017

8:00 – 9:00 Registration
  Session Chaired by: Dr Abdulla AlRumaithi
9:00 – 9:20 Opening Event / Remarks Local / Dr Madan Rehani
9:20 – 9:45
9:45 – 10:00
What constitutes effective management in imaging
Discussion with personal perspective
Dr James Brink
10:00 – 10:25

10:25 – 10:40
Why, where, when and how should senior management be concerned with radiation protection issues?
Discussion with personal perspective
Dr Madan Rehani
10:40– 11:00 Tea/Coffee and Group Photograph  
  Session Chaired by: Dr Usama Al Bastaki
11:00 – 11:10
11:10 – 11:40
Challenges faced in Dubai on imaging appropriateness
How it is done in MGH, plans in US through ACR
Discussion
Dr Priyank Gupta
Dr James Brink
11:40 - 12:10

12:10 - 12:30
Changing scenarios in radiography, mammography, CT, interventional procedures and nuclear medicine that require leaderships attention
Discussion
Dr Madan Rehani
12:30 – 1:45 Lunch and Prayer
  Session Chaired by: Dr Hatem Ghonim
1:45 – 2:00
2:00 – 2:30
Pitfalls and optimizing actions in reporting imaging studies
How it is done in MGH
Discussion
Dr Priyank Gupta
Dr James Brink
2:30 – 3:00
3:00 – 3:10
Inter-specialty issues of radiation protection, risk versus risk perception
Discussion
Dr Madan Rehani
3:10 – 4:30
Panel Discussion:
Management issues in radiology and nuclear medicine today and likely in next decade.
Financial and reimbursement, human resource management, coping with technological advances, leadership development, software upgradations, radiation protection from regulatory compliance to need of the day, radiation protection issues for both patients and staff, issues with imaging of children, neonates and pregnant women
Panellists: Dr James Brink (Moderator), Dr Madan Rehani, Dr Abdulla AlRumaithi, Dr Usama AlBastaki, Dr Hatem Ghonim, Dr Jamila AlSuwaidi


Course Fees:

Items Fees
DHA, MOH & HAAD Member 500AED
Other 700AED