Medical Physics Consultants, Inc.
Your outsourced team of in-house medical physicists
We develop long term relationships with our hospitals and imaging centers by providing local consultants, training courses and industry leading expertise.
Medical Physics Assets
With the wealth of commonsense Medical Physics experience, MPC has a long history of developing concise regulatory compliant and clinically beneficial forms for all sections of Diagnostic Imaging.
Nuclear Medicine Forms
MPC’s knowledge of stringent Nuclear Medicine regulatory requirements and exacting clinical documentation has evolved into a compendium of useful and required forms.
Diagnostic Radiology Forms
With the continuing evolution of Diagnostic Imaging in Radiology and Cardiology, MPC develops forms for regulatory and clinical compliance.
Yesterday the ACR posted this guidance for protection of health care workers and patients in this very precarious time…. https://www.acr.org/Advocacy-and-Economics/Advocacy-News/Advocacy-News-Issues/In-the-April-4-2020-Issue/ACR-Information-on-Field-Radiology-Care-During-the-COVID-19-PandemicMORE❯
In this new COVID-19 world we are encountering daily recommendations to promote social distancing, infection prevention and minimization of virus spread. Some headlines crossing our desk recently include the following: ACR Recommends suspension of nuclear medicine ventilation scans ( https://www.acr.org/Advocacy-and-Economics/ACR-Position-Statements/COVID19-Nuclear-Medicine-Ventilation-Scans Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging also recommends proceeding with caution when performing ventilation/perfusion […]MORE❯
If you are new to the game and don’t know anything about Medical Physics Consultants, Inc. (a grass roots private company in existence for 40+ years), let me tell you, we take our professional relationships seriously. Our professional relationships with our clients and our professional relationships with our peers are very important to us. It […]MORE❯
The United States Pharmacopeia (USP) has issued an Intent to Revise the Standard and is therefore postponing the official effective dates (December 1, 2019) of the revised and and the new general chapter until further notice. The official notice can be viewed here.MORE❯
Greetings!! MPC recently concluded its summer meeting and annual company picnic. As a growing company (43 employees and counting!!!) this was one of the largest turnouts for our picnic we have ever had. A lot of good topics (including where we are going with our website and E-learning courses) were discussed over the three or […]MORE❯
Earlier this year, the AAPM issued a position statement on the use of patient gonadal and fetal shielding during diagnostic imaging exams utilizing radiation and as the international society has thought for years it appears it is time to reconsider the efficacy of this practice. An excellent article outlining the history, benefit (little or zero) […]MORE❯
In August of 2011, The Joint Commission (TJC) issued Sentinel Event Alert #47, titled Radiation Risks of Diagnostic Imaging. Last month an update to this alert was issued to specifically include fluoroscopy and to more clearly define a patient safety program. The core of this alert remains the same; however, this revision makes it clear […]MORE❯
Recently the Joint Commission approved revisions to their standards for organizations providing fluoroscopy services which will become effective January 1, 2019. We knew this was coming and now you might be wondering how the new requirements will affect your operations. Read on to find out! At least annually, hospitals providing fluoroscopic services will be […]MORE❯
“The Joint Commission is working to revise its standards to better address risks related to the provision of fluoroscopy in the Ambulatory Care, Critical Access Hospital, Hospital, and Office-Based Surgery accreditation programs. The proposed standards can be reviewed and commented upon until April 20, 2018. Submitting comments is easy and available in three different formats; you […]MORE❯
You may have recently received an email from Cardinal Health regarding the FDG settings on your Capintec dose calibrator. The gist of the email was to remind customers of a 2009 revision to published calibration factors for F-18 utilizing Capintec dose calibrators. If you have purchased a new dose calibrator since 2009 from Capintec (models that […]MORE❯
We have found the services of MPC vital in meeting our accreditation and regulatory obligations for annual and acceptance testing for all our imaging equipment. MPC has demonstrated to be a cost effective service of providing qualified medical physicists for all our nuclear medicine and diagnostic imaging machine needs for over the past ten years.
We have been using the services of MPC for years and appreciate the extra care and effort they provide to ensure our equipment is safe and meets the standards for quality to operate legally. The physicists are knowledgeable and approachable. They have a genuine concern for our success and compliance with governing regulations.