You are here

Medical and Diagnostic Laboratories

Phlebotomists work directly with patients, and as such are many times the only 'face' that patients may associate with the medical laboratories that perform vital patient testing for diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease. For this reason,...
The Certified Emergency Department Coder exam was developed by a team of leading ED coding professionals. Those coders with sufficient experience and expertise in ED coding are encouraged to sit for the CEDC exam.
The ABMM was established in 1959 to test the expertise of microbiologists seeking to direct public health or clinical microbiology laboratories. Board-certified Diplomates are adjudged capable to direct public health and clinical microbiology...
The purpose of The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists Computed Tomography (CT) Examination is to assess the knowledge and cognitive skills underlying the performance of the tasks typically required of staff technologists in Computed...
The purpose of the ARRT Examination in Sonography is to assess the knowledge and cognitive skills underlying the intelligent performance of the tasks typically required of staff sonographers at entry into the profession. To identify the knowledge...
This multi-skilled practitioner performs, or assists in performing, clinical laboratory tasks as regulated by law, administrative tasks, and select tasks involving patient contact. Quality improvement, safety, procedural accuracy, knowledge of...
Imaging informatics, also sometimes referred to as radiology informatics or medical imaging informatics, concerns how medical images are used and exchanged throughout complex healthcare systems. This subspecialty has gained wide acceptance and is...

Pages

Subscribe to Medical and Diagnostic Laboratories