QC Lead Radiology Technologist ( Job Number: 170012 )
Kaiser Permanente - Lutherville, MD

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Under the supervision of the Imaging Supervisor or Assistant Supervisor, performs a variety of diagnostic radiology procedures & departmental support functions. Utilizes departmental policies & procedures in meeting patient needs, adheres to proper quality utilization & risk management policies & practices. Performs imaging procedures for patients of both genders & all ages. Essential Functions: • Performs all functions of the Radiology Technologist job. • Collaborates with department supervisor in establishing policy, procedures & protocols. • Implements & maintains departmental quality control program under the direction of the Assistant or Imaging Supervisor. Monitors documentation of quality control programs to include recording equipment malfunctions & service needs. • Responsible for the accuracy & quality of exams produced by technologist. • Submits monthly Reject Analysis report to the Assistant Supervisor. • Checks technologist work to ensure procedural completeness within a reasonable length of time with minimal or no error in technique. • Instructs & trains new technologists to operate radiographic equipment until proficiency is established. • Trains existing staff in new or revised procedures. • Responds to problematic work situations; performs highest level of technical duties & exams. • Actively participates in QI/RM activities; identifies & responds to patient care in departmental situations that impact the quality of care and/or create risk. • Documents exception occurrences on appropriate forms to resolve QI/RM issues; prepares information necessary for completing monthly QA reports. • Provides input into employee performance appraisals; coaches employees according to QC guidelines. • Performs other related duties as directed. Qualifications Basic Qualifications: • 3 years of experience as a radiographer with ARRT status. • High School diploma or equivalent required. • Graduation from approved school of radiology. • Must maintain ARRT status throughout employment. • Certification by the American Registry of Radiology Technologist and licensed by the State, if applicable. • Current CPR or must acquire within 3 months of hire. Preferred Qualifications: • Advanced certification preferred. • Associate of Arts degree preferred.
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