News | Radiology Business | April 21, 2016

Fifth Annual vRad RBMA Radiology Summit Education Scholarships Announced

Scholarship program supports leaders attending RBMA national educational conferences

April 21, 2016 — vRad (Virtual Radiologic) announced the recipients of its 2016 Radiology Business Management Association (RBMA) Radiology Summit scholarships. This is the fifth year that vRad has partnered with RBMA to provide a total of $9,000 in scholarships awarded to advance radiology management education.

vRad awarded three individual $1,500 scholarships to the following recipients who will attend the RBMA Radiology Summit, April 24-27 in Colorado Springs, Colo.:

  • Stephanie Dybul, MBA, RT(R)(VI), CIRCC, division administrator for vascular and interventional radiology at The Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee;
  • Tiffani A. Mauro, MAS, CMPE, a healthcare management professional with nearly 20 years of industry experience. She has served as an executive in community health, managed service organization, private practice and imaging disciplines; and
  • Dori Smeltzer, director of ancillary services for The Iowa Clinic, based in Des Moines. She oversees medical imaging, durable medical equipment, sleep, laboratory and clinical research for the largest physician-owned healthcare organization in the state of Iowa.

“vRad’s partnership with RBMA invests in the future of radiology by providing exceptional educational opportunities, both for experienced radiology leaders and up-and-coming professionals,” said Michael R. Mabry, executive director of the RBMA. “These scholarships help ensure that members who wish to attend, but may be unable to cover the full cost, have an opportunity to participate in this important RBMA membership benefit.”

vRad will award two additional $1,500 scholarships to RBMA members attending the 2016 Fall Education Conference, Sept. 25-27, in New Orleans.

For more information: www.rbma.org/vrad

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