R.T. Licensure Efforts
Senate Bill 991, introduced on Jan. 5, 2022 creates provisions for the licensure of radiologic imaging and radiation therapy personnel and establishes the Missouri Radiologic Imaging and Radiation Therapy Advisory Committee under the Department of Health and Senior Services. The bill failed in the 2022 legislative session; however, the Missouri Society of Radiologic Technologists is assessing strategies for 2023.
Missouri is one of a few states with no educational requirements for personnel who perform medical imaging and radiation therapy procedures. The MoSRT believes all persons who expose patients to radiation should show proof of qualifications and will continue to seek licensure for higher standards in the state.
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2023 State Legislature
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