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AHRA: The Association for Medical Imaging Management is the professional organization representing management at all levels of hospitals and imaging centers.
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AHRA Jan 18
Benjamin Franklin once said, "An Investment in knowledge pays the best interest." Join your peers in San Antonio to learn best practices and find solutions to real-time challenges! Learn more and register at:
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AHRA Jan 18
The first step in getting on the AHRA Board of Directors is getting on the ballot! Be sure to nominate yourself or a peer to serve on the Board of Directors by Jan 25.
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AHRA Jan 17
"We get pushed to do more with less or to meet new productivity measures all in the midst of working with our respective staff to address their needs, our patient’s needs, as well as those of our Radiologist and referring practitioners."
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AHRA Jan 17
This article will highlight some of the relevant changes to the NPDB which radiologists and mandatory reporting entities should be aware.
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AHRA Jan 17
Don’t forget to make your nomination for who will represent the membership and the profession on the 2019-2020 AHRA Board of Directors. Nominations will be accepted until January 25, 2019.
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AHRA Jan 15
Gain an understanding of the essential skills and knowledge needed to be an effective technologist and leader in today’s healthcare environment during this session.
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John Beall Jan 14
Hope to see you there
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AHRA Jan 14
Join fellow imaging professionals in the area to network with industry experts and discuss the latest healthcare developments, plus gain CE credit from educational sessions covering 3D imaging in CT and breast imaging.
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AHRA Jan 14
The AHRA Nominations Committee is currently seeking candidates to represent the membership and the profession on the AHRA Board of Directors. Nominations will be accepted until January 25, 2019.
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AHRA Jan 11
Join our upcoming webinar to understand the causes of repetitive stress injuries in radiologists today and what you can do to eliminate them.
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AHRA Jan 10
Welcome to our 62 newest members who joined in December, and thank you to our committed members who are celebrating membership anniversaries from 5-39 years this month.
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Chris Meenan Jan 9
Very excited to be presenting today on real-time analytics with !
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AHRA Jan 9
A key to successful productivity management is to understand your department volumes and resources on a granular level. Gain solutions at on how to analyze your workload and gain a deeper understanding of your business and staffing needs.
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AHRA Jan 9
"Obtaining Fellow status reflects your personal commitment to continuing education and professional development to peers, employers and the industry at large."
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AHRA Jan 8
Gain an understanding of the role therapeutic humor can play in coping with illness in this session presented by David Jacobson, who is one of only 30 certified humor professionals in the country!
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AHRA Jan 7
Discover the full suite of new regulations that will apply to your imaging department in 2019 during this session!
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AHRA Jan 4
Learning to communicate and relate is key in forming productive, respectful, and educational environments for younger staff, managers, and students. Learn how in San Antonio at .
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AHRA Jan 3
Today's technologists are no longer able to just take an image; they must do much more to ensure quality, safety, etc. Gain an understanding at of the essential skills needed to be an effective and leader in today’s environment.
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AHRA Jan 2
"It should be noted that the revised regulation would not change the level of physician supervision required for tests that currently only require a general level of physician supervision."
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AHRA Jan 2
If everyone has the same goal—such as “being healthier” or “earning six figures”—that’s a sign you should go deeper.
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