Tecglst, MD Radiology, QC Ld ( Job Number: 167840 )
Kaiser Permanente - Halethorpe, 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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