Leadership (November/December 2018)
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
It has been a busy time as president of the RBMA, proving a lot of great things are happening for members.
By Christie James, MS, FRBMA
A Challenge: Advocate
for the Implementation
of IHE’s Management of
IHE Radiology’s Management
of Acquisition Protocols Profile
represents a crucial step forward
for the responsible management
of CT protocols and radiation
By Michael Bohl, MHA, BSRS, and Tim Szczykutowicz
What is leading to all the burnout?
It is a challenging time in almost any
role, clinical or administrative, but
taking certain steps can help alleviate
By Patricia Kroken, FACMPE, CRA, FRBMA
Deals Deliver Big Benefits
Regardless of the type of merger
pursued, groups need to have a
sound strategic rationale for seeking
a union, and should also be sure
that the organizations are culturally
compatible before pulling the trigger.
By Ron Jackson
Into Political Leadership
With so many newcomers finding
success in the 2018 election,
is running for an elected office
something for radiology leaders
By Lena Kauffman
TIPS AND TRICKS
Moore Filling, Works Great!
The Fill Handle in Excel is a little trick
that will save you time with some
common Excel tasks.
By Nate Moore, CPA, MBA, FACMPE
Choosing a Broker
There are not enough hours in the day
to know what benefit options exist and
how they should be put together for your
specific group. This is where the benefits
broker comes in.
By Carol Hamilton, MBA, FACMPE, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, FRBMA
Giving Back to Your Association
For many, volunteering for RBMA is a
way to give back to an organization that
was instrumental in building careers.
Putting Your Best Foot Forward
If you are making the effort to ask
for customer reviews, put them to
By Kim Kelley, FRBMA
Chapter snapshots and upcoming events.
The great thing about leadership is
that it does not require any particular
title, position, or credentials.
By Jeff Maze
An RBMA Minute with
Parke Keith, chief operating officer
at Radiology of Huntsville.