Would be VERY reluctant to take such a position without checking fully with
*one's malpractice insurance carrier
Concerns are that you would be "100% responsible for accurately reading and explaining the results."
In a hospital setting, Cardiologists are responsible for this.
Problem is: malpractice with injury and possible criminal charges if you practice medicine without a license.
Study the contract very carefully, possibly with attorney advice (from one who has experience with nursing/medical issues), before embarking on this.
Possibly those who created the position are not aware of the demarkation lines between nursing scope of practice/responsibility and MD practice, and possible huge problems confusing the two?