Mammography and Breast Imaging Resources

Breast imagers, use these informative and instructional resources to provide effective, safe, quality care to patients.

Use the “Return to Mammography Care” toolkit resources to reconnect to patients after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention-recommended non-urgent care shutdown.

Encourage women – particularly those who skipped their mammogram in 2020 – to protect their health by getting their annual breast cancer screening exam.

Free customizable resources to help you and your practice safely provide breast cancer screenings during the COVID-19 resurgence, and inform patients and referring providers on steps taken to ensure patient safety.

Free customizable materials empower radiologists to help referring physicians:

  • Identify and assess reliable breast cancer screening and outcomes data
  • Discern actual breast cancer screening risks vs. benefits
  • Discuss with patients when to be screened
  • Earn CME credit upon completing an online module

ACR Statements on Breast Imaging

See the ACR position on the important issues being discussed in breast imaging.
Access position statements

BI-RADS

The BI-RADS® guide provides a standardized breast imaging terminology, report organization, assessment structure and classification system.
Access BI-RADS

ACR Accreditation

Earn ACR Accreditation in breast imaging modalities.
Visit accreditation website

Breast Imaging Center of Excellence

Become an ACR Designated Breast Imaging Center of Excellence.
Find out how

ACR Appropriateness Criteria®

Access guidelines to assist in making the most appropriate imaging or treatment decision for breast-related conditions.
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Practice Parameters

Access practice parameters specific to the practice of breast imaging and intervention.
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National Mammography Database

Participating facilities receive semi-annual reports with important medical audit benchmark data.
How to participate

Sample Lay Report Letters

Get sample lay report letters that were developed by a multidisciplinary panel and include language informing a patient if the mammogram shows her breast tissue is dense.
Access letters

Patient Resources


MammographyScreeningFacts

Materials to Download 

For more downloadable materials, visit Mammography Saves Lives

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Other Resources


Cut Through the Confusion About Mammograms



Mammography Saves Lives explains why women 40 and older should speak with their doctor about getting an annual mammogram.

Mammography Saves Lives

Reimbursement Assistance



Information on what to do if your practice is experiencing payment problems with CMS for mammography services.

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