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Pre-Planning Process: Removing Roadblocks from Your Clinical Workflow

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MDCB Credits: 1.00

ARRT Credits: 1.00

Available Until: 9/4/2020

Non-Member Price: $35.00

Member Price: $20.00

Member PLUS Price: $20.00

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Recorded August 21, 2020

Presented by Krista Curry-Jones, BA and Matt Gerace, MS 
MIM Software

Registration is free. 
Sponsored by MIM Software​

This activity is part of the celebration of National Medical Dosimetrist's Day and is free to AAMD members and non-members. Once you have logged in and added it to your library, it will display as FREE and will not count against the annual CE credit allowance for Members.

This session will address different uncertainties that exist in the simulation to treatment planning workflow at many clinics. It will discuss methods to improve the clinical workflow, including registration creation, physician target volume creation, planning support structure creation, and contour QA. 

Real-world examples will be presented demonstrating how different types of automation can be leveraged to reduce uncertainties, improve quality, and streamline the simulation to planning workflow.

Learner Outcomes:  

  1. List the benefit of automating and standardizing planning support structures
  2. Discuss the importance of completing quality assurance procedures prior to finalizing contours for planning 
  3. Explain the benefits of consistency associated with using workflows and automation to pre-process patients

Presenters:
Krista Curry-Jones, BA, is currently the Site Development Team Lead for the Radiation Oncology department at MIM Software and has been with the company for 5 years. Prior roles at MIM include Clinical Support Engineer and Site Development Manager. Krista has a B.A. in Psychology from Cleveland State University. 

Matt Gerace, MS, is currently the Director of Radiation Oncology at MIM Software and has been with the company for 14 years. Prior roles at MIM include Clinical Support Engineer and Business Development Manager. Matt has a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from Saint Louis University and an M.S in Engineering and Management from Case Western Reserve University.