Cultural Competency Continuing Education Requirement

All medical imaging licensees and permit holders upon each renewal, mustcomplete a minimum of one hour of continuing education that meets the criteria for cultural competency education. All renewals applied for on or after December 1st, 2021 will need to include 1- hour of Cultural Competency CE This requirement must be completed and verification submitted to OBMI with …

Student Leadership Development Program

The ASRT Student Leadership Development Program offers multiplestudents a chance to get to know the ASRT and OSRT, attendeducational sessions, and network with medical imaging and radiationtherapy professionals. Selected participants will attend the 2022ASRT Educational Symposium and AnnualGovernance and House of Delegates Meeting in Orlando, Florida on June 23-26, 2022,as well as an orientation, the …

MARCA Legislation News

MARCA will ensure that regardless of the setting in which the radiology service is performed; hospital, critical access hospital, ambulatory surgical center or any other facility setting, that services provided by a radiologist assistant supervised by a radiologist as part of a radiologist-led patient care team receive complete Medicare reimbursement. The enactment of MARCA means …

Student Challenge 2021

Congratulations: 3rd Place – Eric Marshal – Oregon Institute of Technology 2nd Place – John Barlow – Linn Benton Community College 1st Place – Lyndsay Rushing – Linn Benton Community College

OBMI License Fee Increase

Starting 01/01/2021 the fee for a license to practice medical imaging will increase from $5 a month to $9 a month. This licensing fee increase will be the first one in 10 years and it is necessary to stabilize the OBMI’s revenue stream after years of depleted annual financial reserves. Become a member of OSRT …

National Advocacy Award

OSRT President Jennifer Clayton, R.T. (R)(CT), was honored by the ASRT in June having the 2020 Award for Advocacy bestowed upon her.  Jen has vigorously monitored legislative issues in the state since joining the OSRT and it has had a definite impact.  Way to go, Jen! Click here to read the full article


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