What to Expect at the SCCT 2023 Conference

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The 18th annual SCCT Scientific Meeting is just a few weeks away, and the anticipation is mounting steadily. This conference is a key destination for those with a passion for cardiac CT, offering a unique blend of networking and learning opportunities.

Abstract image of an artificial neural network creating a heart


The conference is set to deliver a diverse range of programs that promise to enrich your knowledge and skills. Here are some of the sessions that have caught our attention:

  • Starting a CT service in a variety of practice settings, Thursday 1:00 - 3:00pm, Room 210.
  • AI and machine learning: Coronary imaging, Friday 1:15 - 2:45pm, Breakout Room 1.
  • CT Jeopardy, Saturday 1:30 - 3:00pm, General Session Room.
  • Awards: Best Abstract & Youth Investigator Award, Saturday 5:15 - 5:30pm, General Session Room.
  • Cardiac CT reporting in 2023: What really matters? Sunday 8:30 - 10:00am, Breakout Room 1.

Continuing Education Credits

Participation in the live sessions allows you to earn up to 16 AMA PRA credits for continuing medical education. An additional 28.5 credits can be earned by viewing the recorded content post-event. If you need more information on the AMA PRA credit system, you can find it here. For members of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists, up to 15.5 category A CE credits can be earned. Details on which sessions offer ASRT credits can be found here.

SCCT Mobile App

Given the packed schedule of #SCCT2023, we highly recommend downloading the mobile app to help you plan your days effectively. This way you can ensure you make the most of the conference and do not miss out on any of the exciting sessions.

Exhibit Hall

Open on the 28th and 29th of July, this dynamic space will serve as a hub for exploration and networking, showcasing innovative technologies and solutions from industry leaders. Make sure to come find us at booth #312. We want to hear about your favorite sessions, and how your CCT practice is growing!

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