Harvey L. Neiman, MD, FACR, chief executive officer of the ACR, died June 5 following a long illness. Dr. Neiman was widely considered a medical visionary who dedicated his professional life to improving patient care. “ACR members and staff, the radiology community, and organized medicine have lost a dear friend and colleague, exceptional leader, mentor and luminary,” said Bibb Allen, Jr., MD, FACR, chair of the American College of Radiology Board of Chancellors.
Under Neiman’s leadership, the ACR rose to be one of the world’s largest and most influential medical specialty societies, taking historic steps to promote health care quality, safety and efficiency.
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Dr. Neiman speaks with faculty at the ACR Education Center, which opened in 2008
At the opening of the ACR government relations office in Washington, DC
Dr. Neiman gives an address at the AMCLC in 2010
Dr. Neiman and his wife, Ellie
With Mary Jane Donahue, Dr. Neiman's longtime assistant
Dr. Neiman was awarded the ACR Gold Medal at the 2013 AMCLC convocation