The Coronavirus impact is wide-reaching and each day its tentacles feel worse than the day before. With no vaccine to prevent COVID-19 or medication to treat it, health officials and government leaders are bracing themselves for an outbreak with non-pharmacological interventions. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has suggested social distancing which includes avoiding crowds and staying home when you are sick.
Join this co-sponsored RBMA/AHRA webinar and hear how these professionals are handling the COVID-19 crises at their facilities. Your panelists include Amanda Lynn Garlock, R.T. (R)(MR) (Providence Regional Medical Center, Everett, WA), Gina Greenwood, CRA, FAHRA, (UW Health in Madison, WI); and Linda Massaro, RN, BSN, CHSP (Center for Diagnostic Imaging/Insight Imaging). Their different experiences range from caring for the first and largest outbreak in the US to pandemic preparedness planning and cover the spectrum of patient care settings.
Targeted audience: hospital administrators, managers, practice managers, and frontline supervisors.
This is a free webinar and you will leave knowing how to:
- Review steps taken in healthcare organizations and radiology departments to mitigate circumstances
- Act on CDC recommendations for healthcare workers
- Recognize the impacts and challenges to radiology operations
To learn more and to register go here (Note: AHRA members will need to create an account to register – there is no fee and the webinar is free).
Amanda Lynn Garlock, R.T. (R)(MR), is the Supervisor of Quality, Training, and Safety for Imaging at Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett, WA. Amanda served as a board member of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) for 7 years and has been an AHRA member since 2017.
Gina Greenwood, CRA, FAHRA is the Senior Director of Radiology Services at UW Health in Madison, WI. She serves on AHRA’s Board of Directors and has been actively involved in the AHRA since 2009. Gina earned her CRA in 2016 and achieved Fellow status in 2018.
Linda Massaro RN, BSN, CHSP has worked in the nursing field for 41 years in ambulatory health, infection prevention and patient safety. Currently, Linda is working at Center for Diagnostic Imaging/Insight Imaging as the senior director of the Quality Institute in CQI Initiatives and Safety. As a safety officer, she is passionate about the keeping the patients and associates safe. Linda serves on 2 advisory councils for the Joint Commission and is responsible for the different accreditations in her company, as well as being on the safety and infection prevention teams.