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On February 19, 2024, Assembly Bill 3097- Relative to Certain Professional Licenses was introduced to the California General Assembly  

AB 3097 proposes the creation of a Radiologist Assistant Committee under the Medical Board of California. The Radiologist Assistant Committee would be tasked with promulgating registration requirements for radiologist assistants in California. By requiring radiologist assistants to hold a credential through a nationally recognized credentialing organization and be registered by the state under AB 3097, California is taking a critical step to ensure Californians receive safe, high-quality care.   

AB 3097 will immediately and positively impact patient and workplace safety and the high-quality health care California patients deserve. ASRT and the California Society of Radiologic Technologists strongly support AB 3097. Californians deserve high-quality health care provided by professionals who have met nationally recognized education and training standards. 

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2024 CA State Legislature
Convenes 1/3/2024
Adjourns 11/30/2024

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