What Is Imaging 3.0?™
Imaging 3.0 is a change process led by the ACR for the field of radiology. It includes a set of technology tools that equip 21st-century radiologists to ensure their key role in evolving health care delivery and payment models—and quality patient care.
Imaging 3.0 is a vision and action plan to allow all radiologists to take a leadership role in shaping America's future health care system.
Explore the vision for Imaging 3.0 and discover tools and approaches for putting Imaging 3.0 principles into practice.
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Imaging 3.0 case studies spotlight radiologists who are already using Imaging 3.0 techniques.
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New case study posted on 3/26/14
Radiologists need to be prepared to actively guide the development of new business models and payment structures in health care. This introductory Imaging 3.0 track within RLI provides ACR members with baseline preparation for participation in evolving delivery and payment environment.
The JACR and the ACR Bulletin are excellent sources of information on the changing health-care delivery and payment systems. The Imaging 3.0 Reading Room provides synopses and links to these on-topic articles.
Video 1: Christoph Wald, MD, PhD, describes the ACR Reference Guide in Information Technology.Video 2: Bibb Allen Jr., MD, FACR, explains the impetus for Imaging 3.0 at the 2013 Imaging Informatics Summit & Data Registries Forum.Video 3: Sanjay Shetty, MD, and Keith Dreyer, MD, FACR, discuss Imaging 3.0 tools to help radiologists navigate the changing health care landscapeVideo 4: Geraldine McGinty, MD, FACR, on how radiologists can demonstrate value in new payment and delivery systems with Imaging 3.0Video 5: One radiology practice enters into a co-management relationship with its client hospital with positive resultsVideo 6: Geraldine B. McGinty, MD, MBA, FACR, discusses the radiologist's role in an Accountable Care Organization