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Written by Judith Buckland

The Absolute Easiest Way to Accredit Your Echo Lab…Ever!

Accreditation doesn’t have to make you tear your hair out! The words we hear most often (that we can repeat here!) when we discuss Accreditation is “tedious”, “time-consuming” and “frustrating”. Clients ask me if I’m a glutton for punishment to spend all day, every day processing...
The Absolute Easiest Way to Accredit Your Echo Lab…Ever!
Written by Judith Buckland

2016 New Accreditation Quality Improvement (QI) Program for ALL Imaging Modalities

Accreditation Hack - Part One We want to make sure you start the year off right in regards to meeting the new Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC) Quality Improvement requirements and provide you with time saving tricks and techniques to ensure compliance. Whether your accreditation is in...
2016 New Accreditation Quality Improvement (QI) Program for ALL Imaging Modalities
Written by Judith Buckland

2015 Year in Review

As we near the end of 2015, we've put together CardioServ's Year in Review. Lots of new additions to CardioServ this year - new faces, new software and even new exercise equipment! Also, learn about important changes to accreditation guidelines coming up in the next couple of months and see our...
2015 Year in Review
Written by Judith Buckland

Pulmonary Hypertension Case Study Presentation

Correct Echo Techniques in Pulmonary Hypertension: Case Study Presentation An 85 year old patient presents to the ER with worsening shortness of breath and a history of known pulmonary hypertension. Her chest x-ray reveals massive cardiomegaly. An echo is ordered to assess the status of her...
Pulmonary Hypertension Case Study Presentation
Written by Rhiannon Anderson and Judith Buckland, MBA, RDCS, FASE

Echo in Pulmonary Embolism…the clot thickens

Echocardiography in the Diagnosis of Pulmonary Embolism Pulmonary embolism continues to cause at least 60,000 deaths per year in the United States according to CDC statistics. Ten percent of symptomatic pulmonary emboli are fatal within one hour of symptoms onset. However, diagnosis can often be...
Echo in Pulmonary Embolism…the clot thickens

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