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Technologist licensing bills signed in N.D., introduced in N.C.
Health Imaging
In an effort to fill in the gaps in radiologic technologist licensing requirements around the country, North Dakota has passed a measure strengthening its regulations, while legislators in North Carolina have introduced a bill that would establish a licensure system currently nonexistent in the state.
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  Baton Rouge emergency room shows the cost of Obamacare fight
Bloomberg
A Baton Rouge hospital is closing the only emergency room on the city's impoverished north side, a real-world ripple effect of the ideological clash over President Barack Obama’s healthcare law.
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  Battle burnout
Advanced Healthcare Network
Gloria wasn't happy at work. It wasn't that she hated her job or anything like that. Her co-workers were fine and she didn't mind the type of work she did. In fact, she thought she did it pretty well. Of course, she wanted more money, but who didn't? No, something else was bothering her. At some basic level, she simply didn't enjoy coming to work. Whatever excitement or sense of accomplishment she used to get had been replaced by a lack of motivation. Gloria's issue was a common one. Employees around the world sometimes lose sight of what makes their work worthwhile. They get run-down, burnt out and de-motivated. At times like these it can be difficult for anyone to enjoy work and find the old levels of motivation and energy.
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UNM Sandoval nurse fired over offensive social media posts
KOB-TV
A nurse at UNM Sandoval Regional Medical Center has been fired over Facebook posts that are now circulating online. On Jan. 13, Amanda Francis wrote, "Soooooo sleepy here in the ICU. Will someone please code and give me something exciting to do? #isthatbad?"
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Q&A: Gadolinium update with leading MRI safety expert Emanuel Kanal, MD
Health Imaging
Numerous studies showing evidence of gadolinium retention in the brains of MRI contrast patients are building momentum for an industry-wide reassessment of the current usage of gadolinium-based contrast agents. A new editorial published in Radiology authored by Emanuel Kanal, M.D., of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center; and Michael Tweedle, Ph.D., of The Ohio State College of Medicine, advocates for increased accountability and oversight by radiologists regarding the administration of these agents.
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