Includes 250 DICOM Mammographic Examinations
Participant Module Without Reports
Supervisor Module with Reports and Outcomes
Call ELS (800) 891-4330 for a referral to a qualified supervisor.
If an interpreting physician (IP) has failed to read 960 mammographic examinations in the preceding 24 months, then the IP needs to perform 240 reads under supervision in order to comply with MQSA and resume independent mammographic interpretation in clinical practice.
For interpreting physician qualifications, go to subpart B, Sec.900.12
The self-paced Mammography Practice Based Education Supervised reading program facilitates and simplifies the logistics of supervisee/ supervisor coordination. Call (800) 891-4330 with any questions.
With your participation, satisfy the following MQSA/FDA and ACR requirements:
- Re-establish continuing experience requirements for MQSA
Also included in the course fee for this program:
Breast Imaging Modality CME Sub-Topics for MQSA and ACR. Earn a total of 29 AMA PRA Category I Credits™.
- Full Field Digital Mammography (FFDM) required under MQSA/FDA (9 Hours)
- Ultrasound-guided breast biopsy CME required under ACR (3 Hours)
- 3D breast tomosynthesis (DBT) required under MQSA/FDA (8 Hours)
- Breast Ultrasound CME required under ACR (9 Hours)
*(Please note: The CME programs are not required as part of this supervised reading program to complete participation. You may option to or not to participate in any or all of the CME included.)
Department of Radiology
Harvard Medical School
Department of Radiology
Boston University School of Medicine
Please allow us to introduce Dr. Craig D. Korbin as one of our experienced Supervising Physicians to assist you in re-establishing your MQSA certification, and then confidently and accurately interpret mammograms in your clinical practice.
Dr. Korbin's supervision is billed separately from course registration.
Dr. Korbin completed a fellowship at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Ambulatory Women’s Imaging. He has spent most of his professional career in busy private practices as the Chief of Radiology, and the responsible physician for mammography. He also developed and directed the Milton Hospital Breast Care Program, and served as: The Chief Medical Officer of Team Health Radiology, Medical Executive Committee at Quincy Medical Center and Day Kimball Hospital, TeamHealth Risk Management Review Committee, and TeamHealth Medical Advisory Board.
Academically Dr. Korbin was distinguished with the Brigham and Women’s Hospital Department of Radiology RSNA Roentgen Resident/Fellow Research Award; was a Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology at the Boston University School of Medicine for 8 years, and produced several publications in peer-reviewed journals.
In summary Dr. Korbin is highly skilled clinically, personable, experienced in medical leadership and academic Radiology, and is passionate about Mammography quality and performance improvement. It is our pleasure to put you in contact with Dr. Korbin as a Supervising Physician to assist you in your effort to reestablish your MQSA certification.