Dispatches: News From the ACR and Beyond
Case of the Year
One case stood out in a sea of 261 submissions.
In medicine, a diagnosis is not always straightforward. Many diseases or conditions can present in various way, depending on the circumstances. So how do you train for the uncommon presentations?
Q: How do you increase public awareness of radiology?
When I chose to pursue radiology, my mentors tried to dissuade me, warning I would sit in a dark room and never see patients.
ACR 2017 in Pictures
Check out these photos from ACR 2017: The Crossroads of Radiology.
This year's annual meeting held a ton of excitement for members, including lessons on machine learning, patient experience, and more.
IT Manager The Invisible Conductor
Radiology IT managers and their teams can position groups for success under Imaging 3.0® and MACRA.
When the radiologists at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center in Burlington, Mass., log into their workstations, they unlock an integrated suite of clinical management systems that includes their workflow manager, PACS, voice recognition system, a summary of the relevant electronic medical record (EMR) database, and a host of contextual communication, peer review, and quality reporting tools.
Join the Narrative
Exchanging stories with your patients can transform your practice.
If ever there was an appropriate cliché in medicine, it's that there are two sides to every story. In radiology, your story can help connect you with your patients.
The New Rules of Leadership
This year's RLI Leadership Summit goes deep on finding your individual leadership style, creating sustainable success, and preparing your practice to respond to change.
Faculty at the 2017 RLI Leadership Summit hail from all corners of the business world.
How We Got Here
Radiologists in the United States have a history that is different from that of other physicians — and understanding this history is important to the future of radiology.
Health care and payment policy are evolving rapidly in this country. New laws and regulations are voluminous, and the decisions we make are far-reaching.
Investing in Radiology
The College's strategy for financial sustainability ensures a solid foundation for radiologists and their patients.
The ACR was established to serve the needs and interests of radiologists. While the challenges the profession faces have changed over time with the ever-shifting health care environment, the heart of the ACR has never wavered.