The resources below may be useful in preparing for the CRA exam. None of the resources listed are designed or intended to guarantee a candidate’s success on the CRA exam.
CRA Study and Reference Materials from AHRA
The following information is provided by AHRA as a convenience for future CRAs:
AHRA’s CRA Exam Workshop:
AHRA Spring Conference
(March 7, 2019 in San Antonio, TX)
AHRA Annual Meeting
(July 21, 2019 in Denver, CO)
AHRA’s Certified Radiology Administrator (CRA) Exam Workshop is designed to facilitate the attendees’ study and preparation for the CRA Exam. The course reviews each domain, or subject area, covered in the exam — fiscal management, human resource management, operations management, asset management, and communication and information management. It focuses on areas to study as well as provide references and direction to other resources. Attendees should use the course to identify their respective areas of strength and weakness. Completion of the Workshop will help channel the attendees in their foundation of study for the CRA Exam.
AHRA’s CRA Exam Workshop Recordings - more info
Available online and on-demand. Contains synced audio/slides for each domain and CE exams.
The AHRA Professional Development in Radiology Textbook Series - more info
• Communication & Information Management in Radiology
• Financial Management in Radiology
• Human Resource Management in Radiology
• Asset Management in Radiology
• Operations Management in Radiology
All 5 AHRA Textbooks – Special Bundled Price
AHRA's CRA Community on Connect - Join now!
This members only discussion group is for all things CRA and for people studying to become a Certified Radiology Administrator. CRA's are encouraged to join this group to network with peers and to offer assistance to questions raised by aspiring CRAs.
The CRA program is developed and administered by the RACC, which serves as a separate and autonomous functional body responsible for the examination and certification of radiology administrators. As such, the RACC does not author or endorse study or reference materials for the exam.