The growing use of ultrasound in the urgent care setting is a hot topic, as evidenced by the success of—and attendance at—a talk on the subject during the most recent convention of the Urgent Care Association. We have engaged the speaker from that session to expound on the most relevant and accessible applications for an ultrasound in common urgent care case presentations.
Konica Minolta Healthcare Announces Autologous Biologics Workshop in Partnership with EmCyte Corporation
As part of its commitment to supporting education for ultrasound-guided musculoskeletal interventions, Konica Minolta Healthcare announces a new autologous biologics workshop in partnership with EmCyte Corporation. The workshop is part of Konica Minolta Healthcare’s UGPro™ Solution, an initiative that provides complete solutions for ultrasound-guided procedures and therapies featuring the company’s SONIMAGE® HS1 and SONIMAGE® MX1 ultrasound systems and including hands-on education and training.
European Congress of Radiology 2019: Konica Minolta strengthens its position in Mobile Diagnostics Summary Hospitals and clinics are increasingly looking into ways to provide the best healthcare to all patients. Mobility is one such way to improve patient care; because sometimes care needs to come to the patient. Bedside exams may be needed in case patients cannot be moved due to the nature of their injuries. In those cases Mobile Digital X-ray is the right technology to use.
Ultrasound-guided procedures (UGP) are transforming MSK, delivering targeted results faster, with less invasive procedures. The potential for your practice is huge—and Konica Minolta is here to help you harness it, with the UGPro Solution.
Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas, Inc. is providing support to Albert Einstein College of Medicine and the New Jersey Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation for a series of CME-accredited, ultrasound hands-on workshops as part of the UGPLearningHub™ educational platform. Supported by an educational grant and in-kind contribution of ultrasound machines by Konica Minolta Healthcare, participating physicians can receive up to 4 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ from Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Fabrizia Faustinella, MD, PhD, FACP Department of Family and Community Medicine Baylor College of Medicine Urgent care operators eager to set themselves apart from the pack are looking at expanding their ability to offer emerging services with ultrasound. To ensure the investment reaps dividends, you and your team will need to understand its place in diagnostics. When is it the “right” choice as opposed to other modalities? And what are the benefits to the patient of having an ultrasound image taken in your location vs being transferred somewhere else to get one?
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