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  • By Kimberly Harrell RT(R)(MR), CRA, CMPE What a great 2019 Annual Meeting at an amazing new location in Denver. I was scheduled to present a breakout session on Wednesday afternoon. Due to the day and late time, I had trepidations about the turnout for my session “MRI Magic.”
  • Here, we warmly welcome new members, acknowledge the tenure of our most committed members, and recognize any recent successes among all members. If you would like to acknowledge a colleague, announce a promotion, or make us aware of an accomplishment please let us know.
  • By Ronda Sunnenberg The 2019 AHRA Annual Meeting “Rocking in the Rockies” was a mesmerizing event. I was able to meet imaging administrators from all parts of the country. We discussed what facilities are currently working on, struggles we have found, and plans for the future.
  • Listen to your herd!

    By Sandra Phillips, BS, CRA, RT(R)(M) For those of you that were lucky enough to attend AHRA's Annual Meeting in Denver, Tuesday’s Keynote Speaker Ross Shafer, had one simple message that just kept resonating with me over and over. The message was to “listen to your herd, listen to the people.”
  • By Terry Bucknall, CRA, FAHRA Can we keep the momentum and surpass all previous years by a mile rather than just a few yards? Can we break more records?
  • By David S. Partridge, CRA, FAHRA Imaging performance is documented in so many ways, and now more and more of these metrics are becoming public. The Radiology Administration Certification Commission (RACC) is not immune to performance measurement and I am excited to spread the news about our results so far this year.
  • While the field of medical imaging continues to evolve, industry leaders are devoted to developing the latest and greatest products and services that enable advancement. Congratulations to the winning products and all featured who have demonstrated innovation and advancement in the field of imaging!
  • By Jamie Coder, RT(R), MHA, CRA Watch out Radiology world, these leaders are stacked with information, inspiration, and a huge network to make them soar, and I for one am looking forward to hearing their stories and successes.
  • Here, we warmly welcome new members, acknowledge the tenure of our most committed members, and recognize any recent successes among all members. If you would like to acknowledge a colleague, announce a promotion, or make us aware of an accomplishment please let us know.
  • By Adrienne Dresevic, Esq. and Olivia Dresevic, JD expected 2020, of The Health Law Partners, P.C. “Surprise” or out-of-network medical bills arise when a patient receives medical care at a hospital inside their insurance network but is later hit with an enormous bill because those providing the treatment were out-of-network. Patients are generally unaware and believe they are being covered, and these situations oftentimes cannot be avoided (e.g. emergency room services).