Breast subspecialty radiologists make up less than 10% of all radiologists, and most mammograms in the US are interpreted by general Radiologists. The demand for all radiologists to interpret screening mammograms is projected to increase as the U.S. population ages and more women comply with screening guidelines. Just Recently, the Harvey L Neiman Health Policy Institute and the American College of Radiology National Mammography Database … Continue reading Recent Study Identifies Most Successful Radiologists
We do not know what came first, bread or beer? We do know that many scientists have said that it could have been the beer or whatever available form of fermented liquid that brought us together. Maybe it was not hunger that made us cooperate to grow crops. Maybe the fermentation killed the bacteria and was safer to drink than the water. We do know that the liquid called beer in the … Continue reading Post Pandemic Bender – Are we Drinking Too Much?
Effective July 1, 2021 the ARRT will be begin using a new cut score for the CT exam. The scaled score will continue to be reported as a minimum of 75, however the minimum number of correct items is increasing by one. This change is a result of new performance expectations for entry-level CT technologist. The current cut score was set in 1995 but much … Continue reading ARRT Announced Computed Tomography Exam Cut Score to change July1, 2021
In February 2021, AHEC published a blog about the new Human Trafficking Prevention CE requirement effective 09/1/2020. Following the dissemination of this information, AHEC received numerous calls from Rad Techs inquiring about this new CE requirement. Based on the volume of calls AHEC received over the last several months, it was apparent that TMB’s communications with Texas RTs wasn’t effective enough in reaching or explaining the new requirement. AHEC is happy to … Continue reading TMB requirement for Human Trafficking Prevention CE: AHEC course approved and available!