RBMA Official Chapters

All members are encouraged to participate in their local chapter if one has been established in the member's state or region. Chapters hold their own meetings in addition to National RBMA in an effort to reach out and connect radiology professionals in the same geographic vicinity. Chapter meetings focus on local radiology business concerns. Please use the tabs below to navigate for more chapter information, or the menu at the right for each Chapters individual websites.

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Chapter Webinar Consortium

The Chapter Webinar Consortium (CWC) consists of eleven RBMA Official Chapters who have joined together with RBMA National to provide bi-monthly webinars to their members.  The participating chapters are:  California, Delta States (Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi), Florida, Heartland (Kansas, Missouri), Illinois, New England (Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont), Northeast (Connecticut, Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania), Ohio, Oregon, Rocky Mountain (Idaho, Montana, Utah, Wyoming) and Texas.

RBMA Members within these Chapters register for all CWC Webinars FREE.  RBMA Members not located in these Chapters can register for a nominal fee ($25).  Non-members may also register for an increased fee ($100).


March 19 at 1 pm ET
Leverage MIPS to Produce Value-Based Framework
Presented by: Kelly Whittle

May 7 at 1 pm ET
Incidental Findings - Why Tracking Them is Important
Presented by: Rich Friedland, MD; Huron Valley Radiologists

The next webinar will be held in July 2019 - stay tuned for more details!


Mid-level Practitioners in your Radiology Practice
Presented by: Kristy Harrison, PA-C and Victoria Dupuy, PA-C
Presented: January 22 at 1 p.m. ET

     - If your Chapter is a member of the RBMA Chapter Webinar Consortium or you previously registered for this webinar,
         click here to access the recording (you must be logged in).
     - To purchase access to this webinar recording, click here.

2018 Webinar Recordings >>>

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