About this Program

Cone Beam CT (CBCT) technology continues to find new clinical utility as a point-of-care imaging modality for imaging the head and extremities in an expanding array of clinical practices, including Otolaryngology, Orthopedics, and the dramatic recent expansion into specialty and general Dentistry.

This webinar will address technical aspects of CBCT that are different from whole-body multi-detector CT systems, primarily aimed at the practicing medical physicist or radiologic technologist with QC responsibilities. We will also review essential aspects of the Accreditation of CBCT systems, primarily from the perspective of the medical physicist and radiologic technologist.

This program is endorsed by the AAPM.

Educational Objectives

After this webinar, attendees will be able to:

  • Describe the clinical uses and technical aspects of CBCT imaging
  • Differentiate between the various methods to measure dose, traditional and new
  • Discuss the history and QC expectations of IAC in CT Accreditation



In-person and live webinar options

Cone Beam CT

  • Technical aspects
  • Clinical and technical aspects of CBCT
  • Measuring dose
    • Traditional
    • New
  • AAPM TG Report
  • Regulatory Environment
    • FDA Regulates Manufacturers, Require Phantoms/QC Manual
    • States Regulate Facilities
    • Accreditation (Intersocietal Accreditation Commission, RadSIte)


Who should attend?

This webinar is for medical physicists and other healthcare professionals wanting to learn more about the technical aspects of Cone Beam CT.  It is also appropriate for medical physics students and residents, technically oriented radiologists, dentists, CT technologists, health physicists, researchers, and related personnel who will find this program of value.

Program Faculty

Meet your presenter(s)

Robert Pizzutiello


The speaker is an actively practicing consultant and medical physicist with 40 years of experience, certified by the American Board of Medical Physics in Diagnostic Imaging Physics (with current ABR equivalency). He has been active with CBCT imaging systems for more than a decade, performing medical physics surveys, serving as consultant to CBCT manufacturers, and serving on the board of directors for the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission CT Accreditation program, where he is currently President-elect. Mr. Pizzutiello continues to be an active speaker, and has presented more than 300 invited lectures in the USA, South America and China…as well as dozens of webinars.


Accredited training programs

CAMPEP pending

This program is designed to provide 2 hours of continuing education. The program has been submitted for approval by CAMPEP for Medical Physics Continuing Education Credit (MPCEC) for qualified medical physicists.

ASRT Category A Credit Information

ASRT Category A

This program provides 2.25 hour(s) of Category A continuing education credit for radiologic technologists approved by ASRT and recognized by the ARRT and various licensure states.  Category A credit is also recognized for CE credit in Canada.  You must attend the entire program to receive your certificate of completion.  


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Early Pricing Guidelines

Qualifying 'Early' registrations must be made at least 4 days in advance for the program.

Cancellation Policy

Webinars less than 8 hours of credit

Refunds, minus a $15 processing fee, will be granted for cancellations received at least 3 days prior to the program. Cancellations received within 3 days of the webinar will receive a credit toward a future MTMI program, minus the $15 processing fee. No refunds will be made after the webinar starts. MTMI reserves the right to cancel any scheduled program because of low advance registration or other reasons. MTMI’s liability is limited to a refund of any program tuition paid. WEBINAR ATTENDEES that cannot log in due to unsolvable technical issues beyond their control will be eligible for a full refund.