The ACR advocates on behalf of the radiology profession and ACR membership with Congress, federal agencies and state legislative and regulatory bodies.

All ACR advocacy activities are conducted and funded by the American College of Radiology Association (ACRA®).
Why ACR Advocacy is Vital

Why ACR Advocacy Is So Vital

Geraldine McGinty, MD – Garden City, NY
Sanjay Shetty, MD – Boston, MA
Catherine J. Everett, MD – New Bern, NC
Albert L. Blumberg, MD, FACR – Radiation Oncologist – Baltimore, MD

Advocacy in Action Sept. 13, 2013

Advocacy in Action eNews

Weekly updates on economic, regulatory and legislative activities affecting radiology.

Capitol Hill

Legislative Issues

The ACR monitors multiple federal legislative issues and provides resources including issue summaries, congressional committees of jurisdiction and bill-tracking information.


Regulatory Issues

ACR staff actively monitors federal agency activity, responding to and influencing federal agency policies and regulation.


state capitol

State & Local Relations

The ACR state government relations program recognizes the importance of influencing legislative and regulatory activities at the state level to implement policy that will benefit radiologists. We take a proactive approach to legislative and regulatory trends across the country and assist chapters with state-level initiatives.

Grassroots Advocacy

Grassroots Advocacy

Grassroots advocacy can help educate members of Congress on radiology's role in the quality and delivery of health care to patients. Find out how to get involved.


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Economics & Health Policy

The ACR focuses on how radiologists and radiation oncologists are reimbursed for their services. The department collects, analyzes and disseminates information on economic issues relevant to the practice of radiology, radiation oncology and related medical issues.

Informatics

As health care and technology continue to advance, radiologists have become leaders in imaging informatics and in applying technological advances to practical medical use. The ACR is at the forefront of this effort, with tools to help find common ground and reach common expectations within a rapidly evolving landscape.