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  • By Kimlyn Queen-Weis, CRA, FAHRA, MS, MBA, 2021-2022 President, AHRA.
  • Congratulations to the 2022 RACC Commissioners!
  • By Kimlyn Queen-Weis, CRA, FAHRA, MS, MBA, 2021-2022 President, AHRA.
  • Episode 10, "Theranostics: Responding to its Resurgence," by Lyle Wilson and Steve Sosnowski. Overall theranostic agents are rapidly changing nuclear medicine departments importance by forcing them to be more multidisciplined, working with other departments in the hospital (radiation oncology, interventional radiology, endocrinology, pharmacy, etc), and have the potential of dramatically increasing reimbursement. This has raised the profile of an imaging modality that has thought to have stagnated. However, it has also placed high demands on staff as the workflow for these treatments and imaging studies are very different, and can be demanding in terms of time and safety.
  • Here, we warmly welcome new members, and recognize any recent successes among members. If you would like to acknowledge a colleague, announce a promotion, or make us aware of an accomplishment please let us know.
  • RACC- Get Out the Vote!

    Vote for the next commissioners on the Radiology Administration Certification Commission (RACC).
  • Episode 09, "Tips to be Resilient During Stressful Times," by Brenda DeBastiani, MBA, CRA, RT(R). What is resilience? Is it elasticity? Is it the ability to spring back into shape? Is it the ability to recover quickly from difficult times? Or, is resilience defined as toughness? During this podcast Brenda will answer these questions and more with 11 tips to be more resilient.
  • By Kimlyn Queen-Weis, CRA, FAHRA, MS, MBA, 2021-2022 President, AHRA.
  • In Episode 08, “The Many Faces of Quality: A Radiology Administrator's Survival Guide,” quality in radiology means many things and impacts multiple stakeholders across the care continuum. From patient processing and resource staffing to image acquisition, report creation, critical findings notifications, and follow-up tracking, the quest for optimal quality requires diligence and attention to detail. This podcast delves into these topics with a lively conversation between two Nuance quality experts and product leaders, Jamin Wunderink and Gus Borrego. Collectively they have nearly 40 years of experience in outcomes improvement, technology innovation, and radiology service delivery.
  • CMS Finalizes Delay, Appears Ready to Implement Appropriate Use Criteria in 2023 On November 2, 2021 the Centers for MedicareContinue reading