#1 Rated Online MRI & CT Program for Radiologic Technologists

Located in New York, NY, Pulse Radiology Education LLC is the first online, ARRT-approved, post-primary MRI Certification Program, and Computed Tomography (CT) Training Program.  Pulse Radiology was founded by Neil Huber in November 2015 and launched the first online MRI Program in January 2016. The genesis of Pulse Radiology was built around the idea of providing radiologic technologists the ability to prepare for MRI certification registry exams online – allowing working radiologic technologists to balance work and personal life properly while pursuing advanced, post-primary MRI certification goals.

The successful online MRI certification program showed that online education was possible for radiologic technologists looking to pursue career goals without jeopardizing current job responsibilities.  The outcome resulted in radiologic technologists advancing into MRI technologists with higher MRI technologist salary in under one year.

In January 2017, Pulse Radiology launched the first online Computed Tomography (CT) training program.  The CT program follows the same model as the online MRI certification program, in which radiologic technologists participate through weekly online computed tomography modules to build fundamental knowledge to sit confidently for the computed tomography (CT) ARRT registry examination.  Once radiologic technologists reach the midterm or halfway point, we begin clinical training at a convenient clinical training center in close proximity to residence or job.

In May 2017, Pulse Radiology extended the online self-paced, video module programs into the ARRT radiology CE credit market through the Pulse CE Academy.  The Pulse CE Academy was launched to help radiologic technologists satisfy ARRT biennium continuing education (CE) requirements with focused radiology topic modules and post-lecture tests.  Radiologic technologists are required to view the entire video module, take notes and then answer post-lecture test questions to receive radiology CE credits approved by the ASRT (American Society of Radiologic Technologists).

On January 1, 2018, the ARRT (American Registry of Radiologic Technologists) Continuing Qualifications Requirements, or CQR when into effect.  CQR changes the ARRT vision from a “once registered, forever qualified” certification to a “time-limited” recertification model.  This requires all radiologic technologists certified or credentialed after January 1, 2011, to recertify after the 10-year mark.  Pulse Radiology is proud to offer CQR specific radiology CE credits to help satisfy CQR requirements.