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Hell yes! Cussing is good for you, research shows
AHEC
I was a pretty naïve young lady when I went to work in a hospital. But, it didn't take long for me to learn the colorful and varied expressions cast about in my department. Potty-mouth came easily to me. Now research says that people who swear are creative, beautiful, emotionally intelligent geniuses.

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Advanced Health Education Center sponsors March class for NRC
AHEC
Spring brings a special type of guest to AHEC for training. Inspectors/reviewers for medical uses of radioactive materials will come to the Houston Center for one to two weeks of specialized training to assist them in understanding the medical procedures involved with radioactive materials.

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  Visualizing the future of healthcare: Images as organizational assets
Healthcare IT News
Healthcare organizations across the globe are under pressure to deliver quality, outcomes-based care while reducing unnecessary costs. One way to achieve this is to empower physicians with easy, direct access to all of a patient’s clinically relevant medical data.

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Are patients getting the imaging they pay for?
AuntMinnie
Patients are becoming increasingly sophisticated about healthcare services, using social media or online searches to get information — particularly cost — about imaging exams or procedures. But are they getting what they pay for? Maybe not. Medical imaging can be expensive, and identical examinations have different prices depending on the imaging center, said Dr. Ankur Doshi of NYU Langone Medical Center, who presented on the topic at RSNA 2016 in Chicago.

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  Cursing on the job
Advanced Healthcare Network
The use of profane language in the workplace — particularly in a healthcare setting, where stress levels are often high for patients, families and providers alike — is rarely acceptable. And when an ascending career is part of the swearer's intentions, unbridled cursing may insert a "Dead End" sign along the path.

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Enrollment in radiography and nuclear medicine rises, while radiation therapy programs see sign-up declines
Advanced Healthcare Network
Directors of radiologic technology educational programs report that the number of students enrolling in radiography and nuclear medicine programs increased slightly in 2016, while radiation therapy programs saw a decline from 2016 enlistment. Entering-class enrollments, student accommodation availability, and future enrollment levels are among the findings in the Enrollment Snapshot of Radiography, Radiation Therapy and Nuclear Medicine Technology Programs 2016 conducted by the American Society of Radiologic Technologists.

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