July 22-26, 2014
Innovations for Imaging is Siemens’ annual customer education symposium for imaging managers or supervisors, technologists, sonographers, and related clinical professionals. The program offers educational content designed for imaging professionals who want to acquire tools and knowledge to maximize the use of their Siemens imaging equipment as well as for managers and supervisors who want to enhance their management experience. Continuing education credits are offered for select sessions.*
Innovations ’14 for Imaging Managers Program
Tuesday, July 22 – Thursday, July 24
The opportunity to earn 13 Category A Continuing Education Credits
Innovations ’14 for Imaging Professionals Program
Thursday, July 24 – Saturday, July 26
The opportunity to earn 16 Category A Continuing Education Credits
Maximize your Innovations experience and obtain the best value!
Tuesday, July 22 – Saturday, July 26
Innovations ’14 for Imaging Manager attendees who wish to acquire clinical education and earn up to an additional 12 Category A Continuing Education Credits (for a total of 25 credits) are welcome to extend their stay and register for the Innovations ’14 for Imaging Professionals program as well.
Who Should Attend Innovations for Imaging?
Imaging managers or supervisors, technologists, sonographers, and related clinical professionals specializing in:
Image Management and Processing (syngo®)
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
*Category A continuing education credits will be offered for select sessions. Credits are pending approval from accrediting organizations, but are covered by the registration fee. The fair market value of each credit is $15 and is not refundable to those attendees who do not receive credits. To earn all Category A continuing education credits, participants must attend all sessions noted as providing credits.
Attendance at Innovations ’14 for Imaging is open to Siemens Healthcare customers only. Siemens reserves the right to question and/or refuse any registration. All Innovations ’14 for Imaging registrations are subject to verification.
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