Parts of the law already came into effect earlier this month, but more prep work is required before full implementation, according to the article; for instance, recording more details on radiation exposure. Also, a medical physicist must be regularly available on the ground and in case of emergencies, according to the law. Similarly, a teleradiologist should be on hand for individual cases and emergencies. The teleradiologists' maximum allowable distance from a healthcare site has yet to be determined, however.
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