A diagnostic technique used in medical imaging procedures is radiologic technology. Diagnostic imaging tests, such as x-rays, are performed on patients by radiologic technologists, commonly known as radiographers or x-ray technicians. It is an effective tool that can provide a plethora of knowledge regarding the human body. This program trains individuals to offer patients medical imaging services efficiently. This program covers applied anatomy and physiology, patient positioning, radiologic procedure, radiation biology, patients’ safety and emergency procedures, equipment usage and maintenance, quality assurance, patient education, and management of medical imaging/radiologic services and offerings. Radiologic technologists are responsible for dealing with infectious and radioactive materials and ensuring that safety precautions comply with government regulations. They may supervise the radiologic staff, assign tasks and monitor the activities, and assist the facility in various administrative tasks. Clinics, hospitals, laboratories, and other diagnostic centers employ radiologic technologists and technicians.