My Experience as a First Time Design Team Member

By Carrie Stiles, MBA, CRA, RT(R)(CT) I have been an AHRA member for several years and was inspired to volunteer by a former co-worker, AHRA’s 2016-17 President-Elect, Angie McDonald. Each time I volunteer with AHRA, I can’t wait to do it again. It is extremely rewarding and has allowed me to meet so many amazing … Continue reading

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Perspectives from the Board Room

By Jason M. Newmark, BA, MHA, CRA, FAHRA March Madness was in full swing the last few weeks both on the basketball courts and in Washington DC as our policy makers failed to come to a consensus on how to enact meaningful healthcare reforms (or at the very least try to put aside bipartisan views … Continue reading

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Tips for Being a Good Mentor

By Lynne Johnston, RT(R)(M), CRA If they had not told us at the beginning of their AHRA Spring Conference presentation, no one would have ever guessed that this was the first time Christa Cole and Curtis Bush had presented at a conference. I found their session, “Mentorship: Building Others and Being Built,” to be very … Continue reading

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Social Media and Personal Responsibility

By Susan J. Gauntt, BS, RT(R) Tosca Bridges Taylor presented her version of “Scared Straight” when she spoke on the topic of “Digital Imaging and Social Media: What Happens in the Hospital Doesn’t Always Stay in the Hospital” at the AHRA Spring Conference. Not only our jobs, but our careers can be on the line … Continue reading

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The New and Improved Reading Room

By Margaret “Peggy” Kowski, CRA, PhD, DABR At the AHRA Spring Conference in Savannah, I was able to attend Greg Patrick and Robert Junk’s presentation, “Are You Prepared for Imaging 3.0?” This particular session covered various aspects of the radiologist’s reading room with respect to the American College of Radiology’s (ACR) initiative “Imaging 3.0.” To … Continue reading

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