April 12, 2012
April 3, 2012 — Imaging advocates are beginning their final push for changes in the new California radiation protection law, hoping to have everything settled before the law takes effect in July. The language fixes, compiled in California Assembly bill AB 510, were amended and passed by the Assembly last week and sent on to the state Senate. The California Radiological Society (CRS) and the California Hospital Association are backing the new language; CRS remained neutral on the original bill throughout its passage due to several provisions it considered cumbersome or inappropriate to the efficient practice of medicine. The California Hospital Association is working with CRS to shepherd the revision through the California Legislature and get it signed by Gov. Jerry Brown before the July 1 effective date.
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