- Implement protocols in areas such as drugs, resuscitation, emergencies, power failures, or infection control.
- Provide advice on types or quantities of radiology equipment needed to maintain facilities.
- Participate in research projects involving radiology.
- Participate in quality improvement activities including discussions of areas where risk of error is high.
- Supervise and teach residents or medical students.
- Schedule examinations and assign radiologic personnel.
- Participate in continuing education activities to maintain and develop expertise.
- Establish or enforce standards for protection of patients or personnel.
- Administer radiopaque substances by injection, orally, or as enemas to render internal structures and organs visible on x-ray films or fluoroscopic screens.
- Review or transmit images and information using picture archiving or communications systems.
- Recognize or treat complications during and after procedures, including blood pressure problems, pain, oversedation, or bleeding.
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Projections Quick View:
Five: Extensive Preparation Needed
Highest ($50,000 and up)