In October 1995, a plan was developed to reengineer the medical technologist
job structure to deal more efficiently with the changes caused by growth and technology.
A chiropractic technologist
is a paraprofessional serving the chiropractic profession in the capacity of an assistant in the chiropractic office," said Marvin Merritt who developed the program for Allied Health Institute.
They can then present this information, as well as concise analysis on patient wait times and technologist
efficiency, to the radiologist throughout the workflow.
To learn more about a career as a nuclear medicine technologist
and the training and education it requires, here are some places to turn.
When these technologists
make a change at the server level, the change is immediately reflected in every thin client across the network.
work in civilian and military clinics and hospitals around the world.
Five others recognized in Distinguished Technologists
This can only mean that job opportunities for the surgical technologist
are very good.
Despite the best efforts of radiologic technologist
advocates in those states, these legislative efforts did not come to fruition.
I had a discussion with a technologist
about the out-of-the-box units that get offered by contractors or dialysis manufacturers.
Offering a comprehensive source of information to anyone who reads, writes or converses in the vernacular of the pulp, paper or converting industries, this dictionary serves as an invaluable reference for every serious technologist
When is a successful chief information technologist
more than an information technologist
Designed by lab professionals, the software houses all technologist
and workstation criteria in a database accessible from remote stations.
Every technician and technologist
needs both connections to advance in their chosen profession," says David Holmes, CET, assistant executive director of OACETT.
Szerszen, along with John Geldman, senior level technologist
, emerging product team, at Lexar Media, Inc.