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A new draft of the 2021-22 legislative bill is being drafted and co-sponsership is in development.

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Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy Health and Safety Act

Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy Health and Safety Act

House Bill 1811, was introduced Sept. 16 in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. The Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy Health and Safety Act would establish regulations and licensure for medical imaging and radiation therapy professionals and a board of examiners to institute requirements and develop standards. 

**The current sponsor is Representative David Millard, of District 109, serving part of Columbia County


*Anthony M DeLuca – District 32, serving part of Allegheny County

*Robert Freeman – District 136, serving part of  Northampton County 

*Carol Hill-Evan – District 95, serving part of York County and part of Northampton County

*R. Lee James – District 64, serving part of Venango County, Butler County

*Barry J. Jozwiak – District 05, serving part of Berks County

*Thomas L. Mehaffie III – District 106, serving part of Dauphin County

*Ed Neilson – District 174, serving part of Philadelphia County

*David H. Zimmerman – District 99, serving part of Lancaster County

*Craig T. Staats – District 145, serving part of Bucks County

Current technical personnel standards in the state of Pennsylvania can vary widely based on the type of medical examination or even the type of facility in which the exam or treatment is performed, often leading to inconsistent quality of care and potential lapses in patient safety.

The American Society Radiologic Technologists, the Pennsylvania Society of Radiologic Technologists, the Philadelphia Society of Radiologic Technologists, Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Technologist Section and the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists support the proposal and urge all radiologic technologists in the state to contact their legislators and ask for their support.

The ASRT supports the measure, as it would establish consistent education and certification standards for the state’s medical imaging and radiation therapy personnel.