Medical imaging technologists are frontline workers and have had to endure the same pressures as other health care workers throughout the pandemic and deserve to be included alongside their peers. Thanks to multidisciplinary work that includes various players in the continuum of care, our hospitals, community service centers, medical clinics and medical imaging laboratories have succeeded in continuing to provide high-quality care.
A recent survey by the Central African Republic of its members showed that the number one obstacle to catching up on filming waiting lists is the shortage of technicians.
About 70% of respondents indicated that lack of human resources for medical imaging was the biggest obstacle to reducing waiting times.
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