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Words of Encouragement

By Angelic P. McDonald, MSRS, CRA, RT, FAHRA

This article is centered on the power that simple words of encouragement hold and how such power is entrusted to you.  (Read more)

Defining Our Future

By AHRA Staff

Earlier this summer at the 2017 Annual Meeting, AHRA officially launched the Defining Our Future Campaign – a historic fundraising initiative intended to educate, develop, and empower our next generation of leaders. (Read more)

MRI Safety: Minimizing Risk

By Zachary W. Friis, PhD, DABR, MRSE

2017 will mark the 40th anniversary that Dr. Raymond Damadian used Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Imaging (NMRI) to image the human body for the first time. Over the past 40 years, MRI has become an indispensable diagnostic imaging modality and the initial method of diagnosis for numerous diseases and conditions. (Read more)

The EF’s Successful 2017 Campaign

By Cathleen P. Story, BS, CRA, FAHRA

I can hardly believe it has been almost 2 months since the Annual Meeting in Anaheim. If you attended the meeting, I hope you returned home with renewed enthusiasm and the contact information of new colleagues. If you were unable to attend start planning now for the 2018 Annual Meeting in Orlando! (Read more)

Emergency Preparedness for Imaging Service Providers

In light of the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey and the impending landfall of Hurricane Irma, we would like to share an article published in the September/October 2005 issue of Radiology Management that may be helpful to those who are preparing for, or dealing with the aftermath of a natural disaster. (Read more)


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