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House Bill 2001 was introduced on Feb. 22, 2023, by Rep. David Cook. It passed the House Committee on Rules and is now before the Senate Committee on Rules. The bill revises Title 30, Section 30-654, which covers the powers and duties of the Department of Health Services.

This proposed change creates inconsistencies between Arizona licensure for medical imaging and radiation therapy, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and other federal laws. 

Advocating for patient safety ensures that only technologists who are appropriately educated and trained are performing diagnostic procedures involving ionizing and nonionizing radiation.

Please send a letter to your senator using the template provided on this page.


View all Arizona legislative and regulatory activity that ASRT follows.

The link will take you to the ASRT Tracking Map, click on Arizona to see the most current information.







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