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2015-sdms-annual-report

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2015-sdms-annual-report

  1. 1. 2015 SDMS ANNUAL REPORT $ $ $ CME
  2. 2. 1 SDMS MISSION: The Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (SDMS) is a professional membership organization founded in 1970 to promote, advance, and educate its members and the medical community in the science of diagnostic medical sonography. STRATEGIC PLAN Enhance functionality, productivity, efficiency of the SDMS to accomplish our mission. Expandmembership and engagement opportunities within the sonography community to allow the SDMS to remain the essential resource for diagnostic medical sonography. Promotediagnostic medical sonography and the delivery of quality patient care. Expand and implement professional development opportunities and information resources designed to meet the needs of the sonography and medical communities.
  3. 3. 2 Dear SDMS Members, 2015 was a very exciting year for the SDMS. First, in the spring, we undertook our strategic planning to ensure that the SDMS can continue to serve the needs of the sonography community. The SDMS is dedicated to being your best career resource and our updated strategic plan will guide us over the next three years as we realize this goal. Secondly, in September we launched a completely redesigned, reorganized, and rebranded SDMS website. The website acts as both the public face of the SDMS and a central hub where our members can easily access their member benefits, earn CME credits, access their SDMS CME tracker, and update their profile 24/7. If you haven’t explored the new website, we encourage you to take a couple of minutes to set up your member account so that you can start utilizing all of your SDMS member benefits. Thirdly, in 2015, the SDMS introduced micro-volunteer opportunities. The SDMS counts on the knowledge and expertise of our members to accomplish our mission and move the profession forward. The SDMS micro-volunteer opportunities recognize the reality of today’s hectic lives while enabling you to contribute to the sonography community. Other highlights of the SDMS’ 2015 accomplishments include: • Right-sized staff to meet the growing needs of the association • Streamlined processes and procedures across the organization to better utilize resources • Refreshed the look and feel of the Journal of Diagnostic Medical Sonography • Added even more On-Demand Webinars increasing the number of SDMS CME credits offered free of charge to our members • Added a Pediataric Sonography book to the SDMS Registry Review Series • Became a sponsor of the Committee on Accreditation for Advanced Cardiovascular Sonography • Finalized the Scope of Practice and Clinical Standards for the Diagnostic Medical Sonographer 2016 holds even more changes and opportunities for the SDMS and you can read about them in the following pages. We are excited about the future of sonography and look forward to working with you. Best wishes for 2016, Katie Kuntz, MEd, RT(R), RDMS, RVT, FSDMS SDMS President (2013 – 2015) Sheryl Goss, RT(R)(S), RDMS, RDCS, RVT, FSDMS SDMS President (2015 – 2017) MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENTS
  4. 4. 3 2015 Net Income THE SURVEY SAYS SDMS Salary & Benefits Reports - Updated with 2015 Data SDMS’ FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE* $ 422,328.00 Net Income Contributed to Restricted Reserves for Future Projects$ 316,746.00 *Unaudited financials as of December 31, 2015. In-depth salary and benefits data for the profession, provided free to SDMS members as part of their member benefits. • Compensation for sonographers by credential • Bonuses and salary increases • Benefits provided SDMS Compensation Calculator – exclusive SDMS member benefit Enter your education, credentials, experience, and location to find ou how you compare to others in the profession. $ NEW FOR 2016! SONOGRAPHER MEDIAN BASE HOURLY WAGE $34.00 – increase of 3% SONOGRAPHY EDUCATORS MEDIAN ANNUAL BASE SALARY $75,000– increase of 4.2% 15,389 SONOGRAPHER RESPONDENTS 508 SONOGRAPHY EDUCATOR RESPONDENTS • Hours worked per week • Average number of scans performed in a typical workday
  5. 5. 4 SDMS’ VOLUNTEERS Sonography and imaging organizations Board, Committee, and Task Force Meetings were attended by the SDMS liaisons Hours volunteered by members on behalf of the SDMS The SDMS would like to thank our volunteers for donating their time and talents. Our accomplishments are a direct result of their dedication and generosity. 170 Member Volunteers Were Selected to Serve the SDMS in 2015: 20 Shared their expertise in SDMS webinars Identified future leaders and slated candidates for the election Conferred SDMS awards Oversaw the SDMS budgets and financial reports Worked on proposed legislation 5,000+ Do You Want To Make A Difference? Provided onsite support during the SDMS Annual Conference Reviewed CME activities for accuracy and compliance Developed Registry Review content Planned program content for the SDMS Annual Conference and identified and secured faculty The SDMS depends on volunteers to accomplish our mission and strategic goals. Volunteer opportunities with the SDMS range from long-term commitments such as the Board of Directors, committees, and task forces to micro-volunteer projects that are shorter in nature. Learn more and sign up to volunteer today. sdms.org/volunteer
  6. 6. 5 SDMS MEMBERSHIP ABDOMEN 18,211 BREAST 4,413 CARDIAC 5,244 FETAL CARDIAC 437 NEURO 1,317 OB/GYN 17,218 PEDIATRIC CARDIAC 509 VASCULAR 9,450 By the Numbers* 86.5% FEMALE 9,040 NEW MEMBERS 46.1AVERAGE AGE 84.6% Paid Hourly Primary Job Function: STAFF SONOGRAPHER 63% 1,420 25+ YEAR MEMBERS29,471 MEMBERS 47.7% Primary Job Setting: Inpatient Hospital/Medical Center Practicing SONOGRAPHY 15.6AVERAGE YEARS Hold RDMS CREDENTIAL 73.4% Job Includes Clinical EDUCATION of Sonography Students 46% 90.7% Employee of a Facility/Institution MEMBERSHIP BY CATEGORY 25,985 ACTIVE 1,081 ASSOCIATE 2,224 STUDENT 37 CORPORATE/BUSINESS/ INSTITUTIONAL 64 FELLOW 80 SUPPORTING HIGHEST EDUCATION COMPLETED 33.1%BACHELOR’S 41.1%ASSOCIATE’S PEDIATRIC 93 + WELCOME! * As of December 31, 2015 PRACTICING SPECIALTY
  7. 7. 6 SDMS MEMBERSHIP ACROSS THE WORLD Argentina Australia Azerbaijan Bahamas Bangladesh Belgium Bermuda Brazil British Virgin Islands Brunei Bulgaria Canada Cayman Islands Chile China Egypt Germany Ghana Grenada Hong Kong India Iran Ireland Israel Italy Jamaica Japan Mali Mexico Montserrat Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Nigeria Oman Pakistan Peru Qatar Saudia Arabia Singapore Slovakia South Korea Sweden Taiwan United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United States Reaching 47 countries
  8. 8. 7 REGISTRY REVIEW SDMS LEARNING By the Numbers* 2015 ANNUAL CONFERENCE 17JDMS ARTICLES WITH 1 SDMS CREDIT OPPORTUNITY PER ARTICLE ADDITIONAL CME CREDITS THROUGH THE SDMS REGISTRY REVIEW SERIES, INCLUDING WEBINARS 190 18 NEW WEBINARS SDMS CME CREDITS CME 307 FREE 15,839 SDMS CME CREDITS EARNED AT THE 2015 SDMS ANNUAL CONFERENCE SDMS CME CREDITS AWARDED 605,498 300,212CME CREDITS REPORTED TO ARDMS 98.7% WERE VERY SATISFIED/ SATISFIED WITH THE CONFERENCE 99.2% SAID THE CONFERENCE COMPLETELY/PARTIALLY FULFILLED THEIR REASON FOR ATTENDING 99.1% WOULD RECOMMEND THE CONFERENCE TO OTHERS 62EXHIBITORS 1,300PARTICIPANTS By the Numbers 2015 SDMS ANNUAL CONFERENCE * As of December 31, 2015
  9. 9. 8 Platinum Supporter Level ($30,000 or more) American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS) Parker Laboratories, Inc. Gold Supporter Level ($20,000 - $29,999) Parks Medical Electronics, Inc. Samsung Electronics America, Inc. Unetixs Vascular, Inc. Silver Supporter Level ($10,000 - $19,999) Cardiovascular Credentialing International (CCI) Davies Publishing, Inc. ESP Ultrasound, Inc. GE Healthcare Philips Healthcare Siemens Healthcare Trajecsys Corporation Bronze Supporter Level ($5,000 - $9,999) American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) The Burwin Institute CIVCO Medical Solutions Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC) Nanosonics, Inc. PCI Medical, Inc. SuperSonic Imagine 2015 SDMS MEDAL LEVEL SUPPORTERS The SDMS and SDMS Foundation extend their deepest appreciation to the organizations that generously supported the Society, its members, the SDMS Foundation, and the profession in 2015.
  10. 10. 9 Implement cutting edge technology to better serve our members and the sonography community Refresh JDMS author and reviewer resources Increase CME credit and professional development opportunities by utilizing the expertise of our volunteers Release updated SDMS Salary & Benefits Reports Launch an online compensation calculator – new exclusive SDMS member benefit Expand Registry Review resources Investigate new SDMS member benefits and categories designed to support sonographers and educators throughout their careers Revise CME Policies and Procedures Hold the Musculoskeletal Injuries (MSI) Consensus Conference to update the industry standards for prevention of MSI in those who use sonography Refresh online educator resources SDMS’ 2016 ACTIVITIES $ MSI JDMS REGISTRY REVIEW CME
  11. 11. 10 SDMS BOARD OF DIRECTORS Sandra Seher RT(R), RDMS, RDCS, CRGS, CRCS Director (International) Catherine Rienzo MS, RT(R), RDMS, FSDMS Treasurer Patty Braga MS, RDMS, RVT, RDCS, RT(R) Secretary Ted Whitten BA, RDMS, RVT Director Katie Kuntz MEd, RT(R), RDMS, RVT, FSDMS Immediate Past President Sheryl Goss MS, RT(R)(S), RDMS, RDCS, RVT, FSDMS President Diane Youngs MEd, RVT, RDMS Director Nancy Chouinard MAppSc, RDMS, RDCS, RVT, FSDMS Vice President Michelle Wilson EdD, RDMS, RDCS Director Phillip Bendick PhD, RVT, FSDMS Ex-Officio Board Member Tammy Stearns ​MS, RT(R), RDMS, RVT, FSDMS President Elect ​Sara Baker ​MEd, RDMS, RVT, RT(R) ​Director Talisha Hunt BSRT, RDMS, RVT, RDCS Director ​Mitzi Roberts ​EdD, RT(R), RDMS, RDCS Director THANK YOU to Joy Guthrie, PhD, ACS, RDMS, RDCS, RVT, RCS, RCCS, RVS, FSDMS, Kim Michael, MA, RT(R), RDMS, RVT, Cheryl Vance, MA, RT(R)(M), RDMS, RVT, and Jill Trotter, BS, RT(R), RDMS, RVT. The SDMS appreciates their dedication and service to the SDMS and the diagnostic medical sonography community. OUTGOING BOARD MEMBERS
  12. 12. 11 SDMS STAFF Mary Rodriguez, BS, CAE Chief Operating Officer & Deputy Executive Director Chris Alcott, BS Graphic Designer Mehreen Ali, BCOMM Programmer Donald E. Kerns, JD, CAE Chief Executive Officer & Executive Director Heather Burns Accounting Coordinator Joe Cigno, BS, MCSE Programmer Christy Davis, MS, CAE Chief Financial Officer Scott Farmer, BS, MCP Chief Information Officer Heather Farmakis, PhD Chief Learning Officer Keith Gentry, BGS Membership Manager Eric Dean, AAS Network Manager Kaycee Neely, AA Learning Coordinator Kelly G. Stafford, MPA, CAE Chief Marketing Officer Mollie Gove, MA Graphic Designer Lisa Valenzuela, AA Office Coordinator Melissa Ball, BS Learning Manager Jenny Lee, BBA Membership Coordinator Mollie Pillman MS-HSM, MBA, CAE Chief Membership Officer Tara Smith Membership Coordinator Manju Alexander, BA Communications & Marketing Manager

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