Establishing Advanced Ultrasound in a Private Practice

Establishing Advanced Ultrasound in a Private Practice

Learning Objective(s)
After watching this collaborative activity with Samsung, you should be able to:

    - Define new technologies in Ultrasound;
    - Discuss the advantages of these techniques with the administration; and
    - Establish training goals to minimize variability.

Faculty: Ronald Hidalgo, MD

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This program is a non-CME educational activity.

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Michael Dolinger, MD, MBA

Michael Dolinger, MD, MBA, is an assistant professor of pediatrics, associate pediatric gastroenterology fellowship director, and the director of the Henry and Elaine Kaufman Intestinal Ultrasound Program at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Michael completed his pediatric gastroenterology fellowship and advanced inflammatory bowel disease fellowship at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. In addition to presentations and publications on outcomes of biologic and small molecule therapies in children, Michael became the first gastroenterology fellow to be trained and certified in intestinal ultrasound in the United States by the International Bowel Ultrasound Group. Michael helps to lead the pediatric committee of the International Bowel Ultrasound Group and serves on the artificial intelligence committee as well. Michael is a co-founder of iUSCAN, the first North American intestinal ultrasound research consortium for IBD patients.