Radiology’s New Normal: The Changes You Need to Make Post-COVID-19
June 11-11, 2020 Add to Calendar
Time: 06:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour
Radiology has been affected in a myriad of ways by the COVID-19 pandemic – radiologists pivoted to remote reading, imaging volumes dropped, and revenue levels diminished. But, healthcare nationwide is now largely making the move to re-open, including offering elective imaging services to patients who had delayed studies. This webinar, featuring experts from various areas of radiology, will highlight the steps and strategies radiology departments, practices, and imaging centers will need to make to successfully navigate this new landscape. Industry experts will discuss the safety, workflow, and financial guidance needed to ensure radiologists have a healthy recovery in the post-COVID-19 world.
As Chief Executive Officer, Dhruv Chopra presides over Collaborative Imaging and their respective divisions. He previously spent 15 years as an executive with multiple billing companies in the radiology industry where he gained an appreciation for how much physician money is lost due to the inefficiencies with data gathering, claim submission and adjudication, documentation, charge capture and coding, and the dynamic, ever-changing requirements of insurance carriers. Unable to tolerate the revenue losses that physicians were facing, the blatant workflow inefficiencies that plague every radiology practice, Chopra created his own path to combat these obstacles with the formation of Collaborative Imaging.
Dr. Knox Tate is Vice President at Catawba Radiology Associates in Hickory, North Carolina. He is fellowship trained from Duke University Medical Center in neuroradiology and provides subspecialized expertise in this area to local hospitals and referring physicians.