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From the 2008 ACR Annual Report
Membership is comprised of active members and members-in-training. Active members are dues-paying members who have the right to be appointed to committees and hold offices within the chapter. Members-in-training are members who have not yet finished their training in their respective specialty areas....
List of all ACR Appropriateness Criteria® (AC) topics and related documents that have been published in the medical literature in 2006.
ACR Economics and Health Policy staff submits code recommendations to the CPT® Editorial Panel for the coding manual for diagnostic radiology, radiation oncology and nuclear medicine.
The Wyoming Radiological Society (WRS) is a chapter of the American College of Radiology. Composed of members throughout the state of Wyoming, the chapter is dedicated to advancing quality radiological care throughout the state and protecting and promoting interests important to the practice of radiology....
The ACR formed the Actionable Reporting Work Group to address the potential role of IT in the communication of imaging findings, especially in cases that require nonroutine communication because of the urgency or unexpected nature of the findings, classified as “actionable findings.”
Hospital/practice issues outside the radiologist’s control may be the most prevalent barrier to their participation in the Medicare/Medicaid EHR Incentive Program, according to a survey from the American College of Radiology (ACR) government relations department.
Complete a registration for your facility to obtain a unique NRDR Facility ID.
What is a facility in NRDR? A facility is a physical location where a patient receives an imaging exam. This definition includes hospitals, out-patient clinics, free-standing centers, academic sites or other...
Review the following resources to learn more about a range of quality and safety issues.
Leadership for High Reliability:
The Leader's Role in Team Building for Quality (and Profit)...