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The Radiologic Technologist operates x-ray equipment to perform routine diagnostic exams. Assesses technical factors and determines proper positioning and scanning to obtain digital images without excess radiation to patients. Sends all images to be interpreted by licensed radiologists.
Primary duties and responsibilities:
Performs radiology exams with proper positioning as ordered by providers.
Checks to be sure all reports are filed promptly and sent to ordering providers for review.
Makes sure charges are entered correctly by checking order list or by entering into EMR for outside providers, so patients will be billed properly.
Sends digital images to qualified radiologist via VPN connection for interpretation.
Monitors and maintains radiology equipment by doing regular PM maintenance and yearly inspections for certification with Indiana State Department of Health to ensure patients' safety and low radiation exposure.
Associate of Science degree from an accredited school of radiologic technology and two years of experience.
Ability to maintain registry with American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) and certification with Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH).
Knowledge of anatomy and physiology, asepsis and sterile techniques, radiology positioning, and patient protection and safety. Ability to follow and provide instructions to operate radiology equipment, scanners, and computers. Ability to effectively communicate and exchange information with a wide diversity of individuals.
Salary Plan: SS
Salary Grade: 0I
Job Function: Health Services
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