RSNA 3D Printing Symposium
Take advantage of a unique learning opportunity and join the RSNA 3D Printing Special Interest Group (SIG) for the RSNA 3D Printing Symposium, presented at RSNA 2021.
Attendees will learn more about starting a 3D printing lab, the 3D printing registry and regulatory considerations for 3D printing in hospitals. Plus, expert faculty will provide additional insight on 3D printing in the clinical setting, including surgical planning, materials for use in human tissue contact and other tips and tricks.
Date: November 27
Time: 12:30–5 PM Central Time (CT)
Location: McCormick Place
CME: 4.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
The RSNA 3D Printing Symposium has limited seating and will be held for RSNA 2021 registered attendees only. Submitting the symposium reservation form below does not register you for RSNA 2021. You will need to register for RSNA 2021 separately.health and safety page.
Upon completion of this activity, attendees will be able to:
- Describe the process for developing and maintaining a point-of-care 3D printing laboratory.
- Explain the role of the 3D Printing Registry in quality improvement and reimbursement.
- Discuss regulatory considerations and advanced techniques for point-of-care 3D printing.
RSNA 3D Printing Symposium program
|Time (Central Time)||Session||Faculty|
|12:30–12:40 PM||Welcome||Adnan Sheikh|
Session I—Considerations for Starting a 3D Printing Laboratory
Moderated by Adnan Sheikh
|12:40–12:55 PM||An Introduction to the In-house 3D Printing Laboratory||Beth Ripley|
|12:55–1:10 PM||Workflow for 3D Printing: Software and 3D Printing Technologies||Peter Liacouras|
|1:10–1:25 PM||Quality Assurance Considerations for 3D Printing||Prashanth Ravi|
Session II—3D Printing Registry: Rationale, Process and Future
Moderated by Kenneth Wang
|1:40–1:55 PM||3D Printing Registry: Current State, Data Entry & Participation||Kenneth Wang|
|1:55–2:10 PM||3D Printing Registry: Practical Considerations for Starting to Collect Data||Leonid Chepelev|
|2:10–2:25 PM||3D Printing: Reimbursement for Anatomic Models & Guides||Mark Alson|
Session III—3D Printing: Regulatory Considerations
Moderated by Andy Christensen
|2:55–3:10 PM||Regulatory Considerations for 3D Printing in a Hospital Environment||Andy Christensen|
|3:10–3:25 PM||The FDA’s Viewpoint on 3D Printing in a Hospital Environment||Nooshin Kiarashi|
|3:25–3:40 PM||3D Printing: Establishing a Manufacturing Quality System||Anish Ghodadra|
Session IV—3D Printing: Advanced Topics
Moderated by Nicole Wake
|3:55–4:10 PM||3D Printing: Surgical Planning & Guides||Amy Alexander|
|4:10–4:25 PM||3D Printing: Tips & Tricks||Summer Decker|
|4:25–4:40 PM||3D Printing Materials for Human Tissue Contact||Ben Johnson|
ACCME Accreditation Statement
The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
AMA Credit Statement
RSNA designates this live activity for a maximum of 4.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
For questions, contact us at 3dsig@RSNA.org.