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Poll of the Week: Should States Require Dose Level Reporting?

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California’s law requiring radiation dose levels be included in CT reports goes into effect this year. Do you think states should require dose levels in radiology reports?

Starting July 1, diagnostic radiologists in California will be required to include radiation dose levels in all CT reports. Industry response has been mainly positive, but there are still concerns about how the legislation will be enacted and the effect it will have on daily practice.

What do you think about the new requirement? Vote here and comment below.

 

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