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Blog posts of '2016' 'March'

Where is my Test Key?

Are you trying to locate the test key so that you can use the online testing portal?

The Test Key is found in the receipt email which was sent when you completed your order. Locate the description of the course you purchased.  Just under the course description you will see the words "Test Key" followed by an 8 digit number.  These 8 digits are your personal test key.

Please read through the receipt email for all instructions for completing an online test.

Facebook Contest

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Certificate Downloads

Do you need a copy of your certificate of completion?  Did you take your test through the online testing portal?

Good News!  You and login to the testing site and download a certificate at any time.

Simply go to our testing site at using your email address as your login name and use the password you created when you started your online test.  Be sure you login as a returning user.

You will be able to print any of your online certificates from your profile page.

That's all there is to it.  Fast, easy and always accessible.

Imaging the Aging Brain

We are continuing our 25th Anniversary Celebration by offering Imaging the Aging Brain for $99.50 which is regularly priced at $124.00.  This course is approved for 30 ASRT Category A+ credits, is approved for Florida and is California accepted.
Offer effective  Midnight Mar. 11th 2016 - Midnight Mar. 24th 2016 or until supplies last.

No coupon code necessary to redeem at checkout.
Price of complete course does not include shipping.

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2416 Merchant Ave
Odessa, Florida 33556

Joint Commission Approves CT Standards

According to a recent article posted on the ASRT website, The Joint Commission recently approved new standards that specify minimum qualifications for technologists who perform diagnostic computed tomography exams for accredited hospitals, critical access hospitals and ambulatory care organizations.

Technologists who perform diagnostic computed tomography exams will be required to have advanced-level certification in CT by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists or the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board or have one of the following qualifications:

  • State licensure that permits them to perform diagnostic CT exams and documented training on the provision of diagnostic CT exams.
  • Registration and certification in radiography by ARRT and documented training on the provision of diagnostic CT exams.
  • Certification in nuclear medicine technology by ARRT or NMTCB and documented training on the provision of diagnostic CT exams.

The ASRT was instrumental in shaping the new requirements on behalf of its members and in the best interest of patient safety.

The changes take effect on Sept. 1, 2016.