Do you believe radiologic personnel play an important role in health care? Do you believe they should be educated and certified to perform medical imaging and radiation therapy exams? Do you believe radiologist assistants deserve to be recognized by the Medicare system? If so, participate in RT in DC Virtual March on Capitol Hill Monday, March 17.
Send a message to your representatives and senators and ask them to enact CARE and MARCA. Just follow this link to the ASRT grass roots advocacy page. This only takes a few minutes and your profession is counting on it.
The Indiana Society of Radiologic Technologists, Inc. was organized in 1939 as an affiliate of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists. Today the ISRT recognizes approximately 1,000 medical imaging professionals, students, corporate representatives, certified and supporting individuals as members of the Society. The membership represents professionals in Radiography, Radiation Therapy, Nuclear Medicine, Sonography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Computerized Tomography, and all other imaging modalities.
The purpose of the Indiana Society of Radiologic Technologists is to advance the professions of radiation and imaging disciplines and specialties; to maintain high standards of education; to enhance the quality of patient care; and to further the welfare of radiologic technologists.
The ISRT supports technologists through scholarships, continuing education, leadership development and networking opportunities. The ISRT helps technologists stay informed of and involved in state and federal legislative issues through support of RT in DC, the ISRT Legislative Liaison and collaboration with other professional organizations including The Indiana Radiological Society.
- About ISRT