Council Steering Committee

The mission of the Council Steering Committee is to be the representative voice of the ACR membership, by facilitating and developing ACR policy.

The CSC provides oversight of Council activities. CSC members are both elected and appointed. The CSC is representative generally of the entire Council according to its diversity, geographic distribution, radiologic subspecialty, gender and practice patterns.

In addition to organizing the ACR's annual council meeting, the CSC represents the Council while it is not in session. Through their liaison role, CSC members provide communication pathways with ACR chapters, subspecialty societies, and military branches and government agencies recognized by the Council, as well as with ACR commissions and the Board of Chancellors.

The specific liaison roles of CSC members are assigned immediately after the annual meeting. In addition, CSC members work on the development of practice parameters and technical standards and serve on year-round work groups to better serve the Council and the membership. Additional details about the annual council meeting can be found on the annual meeting page.

Back row (left to right):
Catherine Everett, MD, MBA FACR; Daniel Ortiz, MD; Andrew Moriarity, MD; Kurt Schoppe, MD; Lauren Golding, MD; Elaine Lewis, MD, FACR; K. Elizabeth Hawk, MD, MS, PhD; David Beyer, MD, FACR

Middle row (left to right):
Traci Pritchard, MD, FACR; Adam Specht, MD, FACR; Eric Stern, MD, FACR; Gregory Nicola, MD, FACR

Front row (left to right):
Monica Wood, MD; David Youmans, MD, FACR; Richard Duszak Jr., MD, FACR; Amy Kotsenas, MD, FACR; Elizabeth Ann Ignacio, MD; Madelene Lewis, MD; Aradhana Venkatesan, MD; Ralph Lieto, MS, FACR; Timothy Crummy, MD FACR; Eric Rubin, MD

CSC Overview

Mission

The mission of the Council Steering Committee is to be the representative voice of the ACR membership, by facilitating and developing ACR policy.

Responsibilities of the CSC

The CSC provides oversight of Council activities. The CSC is both elected and appointed. The CSC is representative of the entire Council according to its diversity, geographic distribution, radiologic subspecialty, gender, and practice patterns. In addition to organizing the Council meeting, the CSC represents the Council throughout the year, providing communication pathways both to and from the chapters and interacting with the ACR BOC.

Primary Activities of the CSC

  • Provide oversight and facilitation of ACR Council activity
  • Serve on work groups and/or other committees as assigned by the Speaker to ensure the ongoing success of Council and CSC activities
  • Represent the Council between Council meetings
  • Provide Council liaison to the BOC
  • Provide Council liaison to the chapters via direct outreach (phone and email), as well as participation in the ACR’s Chapter Visitation Programs as appropriate   
  • Provide liaison to councilors representing subspecialty societies, government agencies, military branches and membership sections (i.e. RFS and YPS)
  • Serve as ex-officio members of commissions upon appointment by the chairman of the BOC   
  • Conduct ongoing progress review on ACR Council resolutions
  • Advise the Council regarding policies to sunset
  • Sponsor or submit resolutions to the Council when necessary
  • Facilitate and encourage the development of resolutions
  • Review and decide on acceptance of late resolutions
  • Provide Council liaison and input into the development of ACR practice parameters and technical standards, to include chairing subcommittees to reconcile the comments submitted during the field review process

Role of the CSC


The College bylaws and traditions hold that the roles of the CSC include:

  1. Approval of practice parameters and technical standards, with input from members and Council approval
  2. Development and management of resolutions for the annual meeting
  3. Liaison with chapters and societies
  4. Planning the annual council meeting   
  5. Liaison with the BOC and commissions

Members of the ACR Council Steering Committee


Richard Duszak, Jr., MD, FACR

Speaker
Atlanta, GA


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Amy L. Kotsenas, MD, FACR

Vice-Speaker
Rochester, MN



David C. Beyer, MD, FACR

Sedona, AZ

Timothy Crummy, MD, FACR

Madison, WI
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Catherine J. Everett, MD, MBA, FACR

New Bern, NC

Lauren Golding, MD

Winston Salem, NC

K. Elizabeth Hawk, MD, MS, PhD

Studio City, CA

Elizabeth Ann Ignacio, MD

Kahului, HI

Elaine R. Lewis, MD, FACR

Mohnton, PA

Madelene C. Lewis, MD

Charleston, SC



Ralph P. Lieto, MS, FACR

Monroe, MI


Moriarty

Andrew K. Moriarity, MD

Grand Rapids, MI

Gregory N. Nicola, MD, FACR

New York, NY

Daniel Ortiz, MD

Cartersville, GA



Traci Pritchard, MD, FACR

Phoenix, AZ

Eric M. Rubin, MD

Media, PA



Kurt A. Schoppe, MD

Fort Worth, TX

Adam W. Specht, MD, FACR

Virginia Beach, VA

Eric J. Stern, MD, FACR

Seattle, WA

Aradhana M. Venkatesan, MD

Houston, TX



Monica J. Wood, MD

Boston, MA

David Youmans, MD, FACR

Princeton, NJ
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Trina Behbahani

Catherine Herse

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