Thursday, May 26, 2016

AMI Begins Participation in World’s Largest Brain Amyloid Scanning Research Study

Imaging Dementia - Evidence for Amyloid Scanning at Atlantic Medical Imaging


Nation-wide IDEAS Study to determine clinical value of PET scans in Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis.

Atlantic Medical Imaging (AMI) has been selected to participate in the world’s largest brain amyloid scanning research study. The IDEAS (Imaging Dementia – Evidence for Amyloid Scanning) Study will follow more than 18,000 Medicare patients nation-wide to evaluate the clinical value of a brain positron emission tomography (PET) scan to detect the hallmark brain amyloid accumulation of Alzheimer’s disease in diagnosing and managing treatment of patients age 65 and older with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) or dementia of uncertain cause. Information from this scan can help exclude underlying Alzheimer’s disease, and may help guide patient management.

Friday, January 8, 2016

AMI Holiday Toy Drive Yields Hundreds of Toys


AMI Holiday Toy Drive Yields Hundreds of Toys


Atlantic Medical Imaging’s Annual Holiday Toy Drive resulted in the donation of hundreds of toys to three worthy organizations: Toys for Tots and Toys for Kids, both of which serve Atlantic and Cape May counties, as well as the Ocean County Sheriff’s Department’s annual toy drive.
The AMI toy drive was conducted from November 30 – December 18, 2015, during which AMI employees, patients and community members were encouraged to drop off toys at all 11 AMI office locations in Atlantic, Cape May, Ocean and Monmouth counties.
“This is another meaningful way for us to give something back to the communities we serve,” said Dr. Robert M. Glassberg, President/CEO of AMI. “The programs, services and partnerships undertaken by AMI and the AMI Foundation are designed to enhance the quality of life and improve the health status of community residents.  We believe this Toy Drive is consistent with that mission and vision.”
The AMI Foundation is a non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to enhancing the level of healthcare for community residents by collaborating with local community groups to support programs that address critical health needs. Since its inception in 2003, the Foundation has provided approximately $1 million to various charitable organizations throughout South Jersey and central New Jersey.

Friday, December 18, 2015

AMI Spotlight Award



Throughout the year, we introduced you to the physicians and staff in all 11 AMI offices through the AMI Spotlight. We asked you to vote for your favorite AMI office…. and you did!

The 2015 AMI Spotlight Award winner is the AMI Galloway Office! The staff received their award at the annual employee holiday party on Saturday, December 12th. They were all thrilled and grateful to be the winning office.  Thank you for taking the time to vote and for following us on the AMI Spotlight.

We wish everyone a Happy and Safe Holiday Season! 



The Galloway Office receiving their award.

Monday, November 30, 2015

AMI Spotlight: Provider Relations Representatives


The AMI Spotlight introduces you to our Provider Relations Representatives. A Provider Relations Representative is responsible for developing and maintaining business relationships with AMI's current and prospective customers. The representatives are the face of Atlantic Medical Imaging, often visiting referring physician offices and providing up to date information on AMI services and assisting with any questions or concerns the office may have about AMI. The representatives also spend time at various community events to educate the public about our services. 

Please meet (from left to right) Paul, Mary Jane, Kathy and Art. Paul and Mary Jane focus on the South Jersey region while Kathy and Art focus on the Central and North Jersey region. 



Paul has been with AMI since 2012. He enjoys the positive attitude of his coworkers and looks forward to receiving a welcome greeting when he visits a referring physician’s office. Paul also works as a DJ for weddings and parties on the weekends. His fun personality makes him excel in both fields. When he isn't working, Paul often takes Caribbean Cruises with his family. 

Mary Jane has been with AMI for 16 years and loves her job as a Provider Relations Representative. Being a liaison between the referring physicians and AMI is what Mary Jane enjoys most about her job. She strives to provide the best customer service to her clients and will do her best to meet their needs. When she isn't working, Mary Jane is very active in her church. She has been a member of Greentree Church in Egg Harbor Township for 10 years and also serves on their Hospitality Committee. She also enjoys being a teacher assistant for the 2 and 3 year old children who attend the church's Sunday school. In her free time, Mary Jane enjoys spending quality time with her husband and seeing their children and grandchildren! 

Kathy has been a Provider Relations Representative for 9 years. She believes the quality of customer service and the vast array of services provided at Atlantic Medical Imaging make AMI a great company to work for and for patients to visit. Developing relationships with the referring physician offices is what Kathy finds as the most rewarding aspect of her job. Kathy keeps busy in her free time. She enjoys working out, baking and painting. She also fosters dogs and helps place them in a good home.

Art has been with Atlantic Medical Imaging for 5 years. Knowing he plays a part in why physicians send their patients to AMI is extremely rewarding for Art. He knows the offices send patients to AMI because they trust us with their patients, and AMI's standard of care is a step above the rest. Previously, Art served as an Operations Specialist in the Navy and is now a member of the American Legion 348 in Brick. In his free time, he enjoys taking his Harley out for a ride and practicing Jujitsu. Art also enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters. In the summer, you can find them anchored out on the bay in their boat.

Keep checking back for more AMI Spotlight features! Also, head over to our FB page to vote for your favorite AMI Spotlight Office! 






Wednesday, November 25, 2015

AMI Spotlight: Executive Vice President/Chief Financial Officer & Chief Operating Officer



The AMI Spotlight introduces you to Dan Seiders, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer and Gina Ackerman, Chief Operating Officer. 

Dan has been with Atlantic Medical Imaging for 8 years. He says it's his coworkers that make AMI a great place to work. Dan is proud to be a part of a company where its employees genuinely care about their patients and each other. Dan enjoys working together with his fellow employees to resolve issues and develop a solution. He finds this team effort most rewarding about his job. 

When he is not working, Dan spends time with his wife and their three children, Danny, David and Evie. They often attend sports events and other activities with the children. As a family, they enjoy taking road trips and spending time outdoors hiking.

Gina has been with AMI for two years and agrees that her coworkers make AMI a great place to work. She enjoys reading and hearing the positive feedback AMI receives from its patients. Knowing a patient took the time to write a message to the company or an employee is very rewarding for Gina. 

In her free time, Gina loves spending time with her husband Ken and their two children Brittany and Haris. In the summer, you can find them on the beach in Margate, and in the winter they enjoy spending weekends in Vermont. 



AMI Spotlight: President & CEO of AMI, Dr. Robert Glassberg




The AMI Spotlight is on the President and CEO of Atlantic Medical Imaging, Dr. Robert Glassberg. Dr. Glassberg is a board certified, fellowship trained radiologist and has been with AMI for 23 years. Dr. Glassberg received his medical degree from the University of Vermont. His residency in diagnostic radiology was completed at Hartford Hospital in Connecticut and his fellowship training in neuroradiology was completed at Yale University Hospital. 

Dr. Glassberg believes that it is the employees' ongoing drive toward achieving best-in-class quality and service that makes AMI a great company. He finds being a radiologist very rewarding and values the respect of his patients. 

Dr. Glassberg is also President of the AMI Foundation, Atlantic Medical Imaging's charitable organization that is focused on enhancing the level of healthcare in the community. He is proud to be part of an organization that has enriched so many lives.

In his spare time, Dr. Glassberg enjoys reading non-fiction books and playing and watching sports. Spending time with family and friends is what he values most. Dr. Glassberg and his wife have two daughters and a dog, Bentley,  who they consider their third child.


To learn more about the AMI Foundation, click HERE


AMI Spotlight: Galloway Office PAR & Records Processor




The AMI Spotlight is shining on Linda (left), Records Processor, and Barbara (right), Patient Account Representative in the Galloway Office. 

As the Patient Account Representative (PAR), Barbara communicates with patients, insurance companies and physician practices to ensure that patients arrive for their procedure with the appropriate paperwork such as referral forms, pre-certifications and health history questionnaires. She also checks that each patient's procedure has received the appropriate authorization from their health insurance. 

Barbara has been working with AMI for over 17 years. She enjoys working with the Galloway Office employees because of the team effort given by everyone. Barbara knows insurance information can be confusing and overwhelming for some patients. Being able to help them understand it better is what she finds most rewarding about being a PAR.  When she is not working, Barbara and her husband Jim enjoy riding their truck on the beach and letting their dog Lola play in the ocean. 

Linda has been an AMI employee for two years and looks forward to seeing her co-workers every day. As the Records Processor, Linda is responsible for processing all image requests from patients and physicians. She also sorts and sends the office mail and answers the phone and directs the calls accordingly. 


In her free time, Linda enjoys spending time with her children and 5 grandchildren.