Grassroots advocacy can help educate members of Congress on radiology's role in the quality and delivery of health care to patients. By contacting and meeting with your members of Congress on a regular basis, you will become their trusted resource on important legislative issues in organized medicine.

Here's what you can do to make a difference:
  • Write a letter or call your senators and/or representative on key legislative issues in response to a "call to action" request from the ACR
  • Meet with your senators and/or representatives or their staff in Washington, DC or Capitol Hill regarding key legislative issues
  • Attend or host a fundraiser for key members of the Senate and/or House
  • Ensure that your lawmakers know that you are available as a resource on issues affecting radiology and health care in general
  • Keep ACR government relations staff informed of your grassroots activities

Radiology Advocacy Network

Radiology Advocacy Network

The Radiology Advocacy Network (RAN) is group of radiologists from across the country who are ensuring that radiology’s voice is heard at the local and federal levels. Learn More