For the Press

RBMA welcomes representatives of the news media who wish to cover RBMA PaRADigm.

There are many reasons to attend this year's conference:

  • Interview the country's foremost experts in the radiology management industry
  • Gain access to conference education sessions
  • Hear the latest news on emerging trends in the indusrty
  • Network with practice leaders, health tech companies, vendors, RBMA leadership and more

Press passes are complimentary for industry-related media to attend RBMA events and support the RBMA name and programs through literary acknowledgement.



By applying for a press pass you have agreed to follow the press guidelines outlined here .

Fast Facts

  • RBMA has over 2,300 members nationally and represents the largest single-specialty medical management organization in the country.
  • RBMA members represent diagnostic, interventional and radiation oncology groups in any radiology settings.
  • RBMA members are involved in the management of hospital-based practices, imaging centers and billing companies that specialize in radiology billing.
  • RBMA began in 1968 in recognition of the need for educational resources for radiology management professionals. As healthcare has continued to become increasingly complex, the demand for greater skills and experience from practice managers has also increased.
  • RBMA continues to be recognized as the leader for radiology-specific educational programs, products and services. Members count on RBMA to provide them with resources and information not found anywhere else.
  • The RBMA Bulletin, published six times per year, is the national publication of the organization. It has consistently been ranked as one of the most important member benefits. More than 80% of RBMA members report that the RBMA Bulletin is shared with three to four people in their offices.
  • RBMA hosts one annual conference - PaRADigm - per year. Both with individual programs offer an in depth focus on the business of radiology, extensive educational sessions, vendor exhibits, business meetings, networking and social events.
  • RBMA partners with coding experts who offer members valuable coding education.
  • In 1998, RBMA recognized the need for radiology-specific coding expertise and developed a coding certification program. The Radiology Coding Certification Board (RCCB), a separate entity, offers a series of coding certification examinations. For more information on RCCB, visit www.rccb.org.
  • RBMA maintains an interactive website with direct access to industry information, educational opportunities and seminars, events, publications, member directories, jobs and business resources 24-hours a day.
 

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