The James M. Moorefield, MD, Economics Fellowship, sponsored by the ACR Economics & Health Policy Department, provides radiology residents direct exposure to the College's economics activities. The department is responsible for all ACR activities involving reimbursement and health policy issues that affect the practice of radiology, radiation oncology, interventional radiology and medical physics.
The fellowship is a two-week program that is available to third- and fourth-year residents and fellows. We will consider second year residents if they become third year residents before the selection process is complete. At the time of submission of the application, you must be at least a second-year resident.
The time of the two-week fellowship will be arranged with the fellow and their program director to accommodate the training schedule. The first week of the Fellowship will be in-person at the ACR in Reston, VA and the second week will be virtual. The ACR requires all visitors to be up to date with COVID-19 vaccinations including boosters. The fellow’s travel and living expenses during the fellowship will be paid by the ACR.