Apr 20th, 2018
Jackson State Community College radiography program director Kimberly Todd will deliver a presentation at the AHRA 2018 Annual Meeting and Exposition. Todd joins a roster of industry experts who will provide strategies on regulatory, patient experience, and leadership to help conference attendees tackle the challenges of healthcare's rapidly changing landscape.
Kim's presentation, Growing Patient Demographics and Effects to Medical Imaging Community, will focus on the need to address multiple concerns in medical imaging with the nation's obesity crisis. It will be shared with medical imaging leaders from around the country on Tuesday, July 24 in Orlando, FL. The session will play a crucial role in providing information necessary to address this topic for radiology administrators.
The AHRA 2018 Annual Meeting and Exposition will be held July 22-25 in Orlando, FL. This four-day event will attract over 1,000 medical imaging leaders, offer 70+ educational sessions, and provide the opportunity to meet with 150 exhibitors.
AHRA is the professional organization representing management at all levels of hospital imaging departments, freestanding imaging centers, and group practices. Founded in 1973, AHRA's 5,000+ members reach across the country and around the world.
Jackson State Community College provides accessible learning opportunities that enhance the lives of individuals, strengthen the workforce and empower the diverse communities of West Tennessee. The institution offers traditional and contemporary associate degrees, certificates, continuing education and enrichment, and college-readiness programs.