What type of person excells in x-ray/radiology/MRI technician-type jobs?
In other words, what do these jobs require? Do they have a high level of patient interactions? or do they talk directly with doctors, nurses, or none of the above? Do they do billing/ insurance work? or do they just read their respective machines? Please don't leave urls with hidden destinations. If it's a legit place, just give key words and I can search. Thanks.
Asked By: Greywolf - 12/31/2008
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Radiologic technologists take x rays and administer nonradioactive materials into patients’ bloodstreams for diagnostic purposes... More
Answered By: Julius S - 12/31/2008
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Yes to all your questions in the 1st paragraph depending on what type of xray machines your working with depends on who you will be working with. The tech usually doesnt do any billing or insurance work they are just a tech. unless they do thier own billing because they contract in in which case they would just bill... More
Answered By: smiles - 12/31/2008
My daughter works at a huge and well known hospital in our area in Michigan. She was attending college and expressed to someone that she wanted to be an x-ray tech, someone (I think hospital employee) told her that the large hospitals have their own training program, its much like college, the program is for 2yrs... More
Answered By: who's sane - 1/1/2009
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