Minnesota fluoroscopy training requirement
Our Fluoroscopy CME courses for satisfying Minnesota fluoroscopy regulations work!
A study published in Academic Radiology showed that patient dose decreased after radiology residents took our Advanced Training Program. More details are available here.
Minnesota Administrative Rule 4732 requires that any individual activating a fluoroscopic system obtain specific training.
What specific training topics does Minnesota require?
- Image formation
- Image acquisition
- Image processing and management
- Radiation effects
- Patient dose-management fundamentals
- Staff radiation safety
- Professional standards and regulatory requirements
- Other miscellaneous items appropriate to site-specific use
What are MN physicians saying about our program?
At FluoroSafety we review CME evaluation comments on a monthly basis to improve our courses. Here are examples of unedited remarks by physicians who have completed this training program.
An Interventional Cardiologist from MN said:
“This was an outstanding course. I will recommend it to our fellows. I also will recommend it to my partners and anyone else who works with fluoroscopy.”
FluoroSafety offers two courses (see below) which meet Minnesota Administrative Rule 4732. You can pick the course that best suits your CME needs! The Advanced Training Program may be more appropriate for advanced users of fluoroscopy, such as cardiologists, vascular surgeons and interventional radiologists.
The top quality educational programs from FluoroSafety have been approved for Self-Assessment CME (SA-CME) credit for Maintenance of Certification (MOC) by most American Board of Medical Specialties member boards. Click here for more details on MOC for ABMS member boards.
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