RFS Pathway

RFSFORWEB

The Resident and Fellow Section (RFS) pathway focuses on providing ACR members-in-training with an opportunity to gain introductory insight into the College's efforts to serve as a legislative voice for our profession, improve local and international outreach, and act as a unifying body for radiologists, radiation oncologists, nuclear medicine physicians, and medical physicists.

 


If you're going to this session: Legislative Update & Radiology Advocacy Network/RLI Part I: The Practice Environment of Modern Day Radiology, read...

RADPAC and the Importance of Government Relations 

The ACR Legislative Issues Page 

Ace Your Interview

ACR Bulletin Special Leadership Issue

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If you're going to this session: Career Development and MACRA 101, read...

RADLAW Landing Page

Can We Score 100 in the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System?

On the Road to Value-Based Care

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If you're going to these sessions: The Nuts and Bolts of Healthcare Payment Policy, read...

ACR Economics Page

From the Commission of the Chair of Economics

The 2009 ACR Forum: Health Care Payment Models

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If you're going to this session: Society/Committee Updates + ACR Workforce Update for Members-in-Training + RLI Part II: The Practice Environment of Modern Day Radiology, read...

The 2015 ACR Commission on Human Resources Workforce Survey

How to Evaluate a Private Practice Radiology Job Offer

The Accountable Health Care Act of Massachusetts: Mixed Results for an Experiment in Universal Health Care Coverage

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If you're going to this session: Economics Forum Parts 1 and 2, read...

ACR Economics and Health Policy Page

From the Commission of the Chair of Economics

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If you're going to this session: RADPAC Off to the Races and Legislative Update and Capitol Hill Preparationsread...

              RADPAC and the Importance of Government Relations

              Make Advocacy Automatic

              The ACR Legislative Issues Page

              Advocacy in Radiology

 

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