Clinical Assistant Professor University of Wisconsin – Madison
Incorporating advanced imaging in a general practice sounds intimidating. Here we will overcome some common logistical concerns of CT installation including floor space, electrical requirements, and radiation shielding. We will also address clinical applications: identifying the caseload to ensure sufficient return on investment, minimizing the learning curve and identifying training needs for the staff. Finally, we’ll cover how telemedicine can enhance interpretation and diagnosis in a general practice setting.
Discuss Logistical Concerns of CT in a General Practice
Clinical Applications of CT in a General Practice
Develop the ROI on the CT investment
Review Training Needs for CT Staff and the use of Telemedicine as a supporting tool