Ultrasound Program Management

A Comprehensive Resource for Administrating Point-of-Care, Emergency, and Clinical Ultrasound

  • Vivek S. Tayal
  • Michael Blaivas
  • Troy R Foster

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xviii
  2. Michael Blaivas
    Pages 15-28
  3. Gerardo Chiricolo, Vicki E. Noble
    Pages 37-43
  4. Brian B. Morgan, John L. Kendall
    Pages 45-55
  5. Molly E. W. Thiessen, Resa E. Lewiss
    Pages 57-68
  6. David P. Bahner, Nelson A. Royall
    Pages 69-90
  7. Laura Nolting, Thomas Cook
    Pages 91-102
  8. Christopher C. Raio, Srikar Adhikari
    Pages 103-113
  9. Bret P. Nelson, Dan Katz
    Pages 127-144
  10. Rachel Liu, Christopher L. Moore, Vivek S. Tayal
    Pages 145-176
  11. Andreas Dewitz
    Pages 177-224
  12. Matthew Lipton, Robinson M. Ferre
    Pages 225-241
  13. Jason T. Nomura, Arun D. Nagdev
    Pages 243-267
  14. Patrick S. Hunt, Christopher David Wilbert, Zachary T. Grambos
    Pages 269-279
  15. Christopher J. Bryczkowski, Mark W. Byrne
    Pages 281-299
  16. Petra E. Duran-Gehring, Alfredo Tirado-Gonzalez
    Pages 301-316
  17. Paul R. Sierzenski
    Pages 317-328
  18. Robert Jones
    Pages 329-335
  19. Michael P. Mallin
    Pages 337-343
  20. Jessica R. Goldstein, Stanley Wu
    Pages 345-374
  21. Sachita P. Shah
    Pages 375-384
  22. Jennifer R. Marin
    Pages 385-395
  23. Haley Cochrane, Heidi H. Kimberly
    Pages 397-408
  24. Rajesh N. Geria, Robert J. Tillotson
    Pages 409-422
  25. Aliaksei Pustavoitau, Erik Su
    Pages 423-438
  26. Apostololos P. Dallas
    Pages 439-448
  27. Back Matter
    Pages 449-609

About this book


This book addresses the wide range of issues that face the program leader – from how to choose a site and how to negotiate for equipment, to how to determine staffing requirements and how to anticipate and defuse possible turf issues with other programs and services in the hospital or healthcare facility. The early chapters of this book focus on the leadership of your program whether in your department or institution. The second section centers on education at all levels recognizing that smaller machines have made ultrasound available for medical students to advanced practitioners. The third section provides detailed logistics on equipment, maintenance, and safety. The fourth section focuses on a quality improvement program and includes a chapter on the workflow process.  For those with limited budgets we also offer a section on practical operating and educational solutions. The fifth section offers insight into hospital level credentialing, quality assurance, national politics, and recent issues with accreditation. This is followed by reimbursement and coding. The last section covers topics in specialized communities. Chapters focus on ultrasound in  global health, emergency medical services, pediatrics, critical care, community and office based practices. Multiple US working documents including checklists, graphs, spreadsheets, tables, and policy appendices are included.


critical care medicine emergency medicine ultrasound program development Point of Care Ultrasound simulation medicine

Editors and affiliations

  • Vivek S. Tayal
    • 1
  • Michael Blaivas
    • 2
  • Troy R Foster
    • 3
  1. 1.Department of Emergency MedicineCarolinas Medical CenterCharlotteUSA
  2. 2.Department of Emergency MedicineSt. Francis Hospital, Columbus Georgia, University of South Carolina School of MedicineColumbiaUSA
  3. 3.Lutheran General HospitalPark RidgeUSA

Bibliographic information

  • DOI
  • Copyright Information Springer International Publishing AG 2018
  • Publisher Name Springer, Cham
  • eBook Packages Medicine
  • Print ISBN 978-3-319-63141-7
  • Online ISBN 978-3-319-63143-1
  • Buy this book on publisher's site
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