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Across state lines, the requirements for quality control measures governing medical radiation devices range from comprehensive to virtually non-existent.
Medical applications of ionizing radiation have proliferated since their discovery in 1895, and adoption has significantly accelerated since 1980; tolerance of their harms to patients and staff has not.
CFOs deal with a lot of moving parts to keep their facilities financially viable. Any number of problems can arise on a daily basis, so minimizing the chance for something to go awry is a plus.