As health care and technology continue to advance rapidly, 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 and technical resources to help find common ground and reach common expectations within a rapidly evolving landscape.

About Informatics

Through the ACR IT and Informatics Committee (ITIC), expert staff and systems, and an array of partners, ACR IT champions innovation on numerous dimensions that reach across the medical imaging landscape.


IT Reference Guide

IT Reference Guide

The IT and Informatics Committee in collaboration with the Quality and Safety Commission has created the “ACR Reference Guide in Information Technology for the Practicing Radiologist” to provide insights into key areas of health care and imaging information technology.

Systems & Tools

From image sharing through TRIAD to online learning through our Radiology Content Management System, the ACR provides its members with a progressive and diverse toolkit.


Standards & Initiatives

As one of the founders of DICOM, the ACR has a rich history promoting standards and interoperability. These efforts continue along a variety of fronts. The ACR actively promotes these efforts and coordinates a dialogue between policy makers, industry and providers.


Head Injury Institute

Head Injury Institute

The ACR Head Injury Institute brings together head injury specialists to advance research, prevention and treatment of head injuries through the application of diagnostic imaging.