What does CRS membership do for me?
The Colorado Radiological Society works to ensure radiologists in Colorado have access to quality educational programs at the local level, provide oversight and advocacy at the state legislature and state regulatory agencies and provide a network to assist radiologists as they meet the challenges of the health care environment.

Education
CRS members are invited to attend 8 educational dinner meetings a year covering a variety of topics presented by leaders in the field. A complete list of the educational meetings are listed under Meetings/CME on the website. Each CRS meeting offers 2 hours of CME credit.

Advocacy
CRS works closely with the Colorado Medical Society to speak for all physicians and their patients.