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The 2019 NCNMT, INC Spring Meeting!
Click the links below to register and download your copy of the flyer.
Agenda coming soon!!!

                               
 










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Paige Bennett MD, out of our very own Wake Forest Baptist Health Medical Center, has not only been an amazing speaker for us, but she has also started an Instagram specifically for Nuclear Radiology case studies! Click the link above and follow her to catch a glimpse into what she sees on an everyday basis!


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North Carolina Nuclear Medicine Technologists, INC.

 


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Radiologic Technologists Inc. is working closely with state legislators and has drafted a bill for radiologic imaging and radiation therapy professionals. The NC CARE in Radiologic Imaging bill was introduced in the North Carolina legislature in 2013. A House Bill 742 was introduced on April 10 by Representatives Verla Insko and Tom Murry and has been referred to the Committee on Health and Human Services. Senate Bill 390 was introduced on March 20 by Senators Wesley Meredith and Stan Bingham and has been referred to the Health Care Committee.





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What is your technetium-99m made from?

Sometimes a mixture of highly enriched uranium (HEU) and low enriched uranium (LEU). Did you know CMS (Medicare) is offering a $10 additional reimbursement for Tc-99m coming from only LEU? Ask your nuclear pharmacy about this.