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We are searching for an Imaging Services Technician -- someone who works well in a fast-paced setting. In this position, you will ensure patients' images and related results are available via the PACS electronic imaging system (Picture Archiving and Communication System) or by hard copy film format. You will enter, track, and retrieve radiology-exam related data from the Radiology Information System (RIS). This role also provides support and assist radiologists, referring physicians, researchers, Radiology, Emergency Center, and Operating Room staff members with the utilization of PACS, and access to diagnostic images and their corresponding diagnostic report.
Think you’ve got what it takes?
• Accurately schedules the appropriate external RIS procedure for electronic images coming from other institutions to be imported into the PACS system, with 95% accuracy
• Directly assists the Emergency Center and Operating Room staff members in retrieving and accessing electronic diagnostic images for clinical purposes
• Performs hard copy film purge according to legal and Departmental retention policy, as observed by supervisor
• Assists in maintaining and organizing the filing of requisition forms and storage media (CDs, DVDs, hard copies), purges according to established procedure, and properly disposes of any records (forms, CDs, etc) with patient information
• Performs assignment of the “in-charge” person in the absence of the Manager/ senior co-workers by prioritizing and expediting workflow and making decisions according to departmental guidelines and policies and accurately documents problems encountered/resolved, in the departmental RIS System
• Cleans all equipment regularly, following cleaning procedure and manufacturers’ recommendations as observed by supervisor
• Checks daily for adequate stock necessary to facilitate continuous workflow. Maintains appropriate inventory as indicated by posted par levels and updates supply list when items are needed
• Being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 is required for all employees unless approved for a medical or religious exemption
• High school diploma or GED required
• 1 year experience working with computers (data entry, using databases or related computer experience) required
• 1 year filing or general office experience required
• Experience in a hospital or health-related fields preferred