ACR Bulletin

Covering topics relevant to the practice of radiology

November 2020

Illustrated "House of Radiology" with patients & doctors in rooms

In This Issue

  • Reducing Lung Cancer Deaths

    The ACR is leading efforts to assist patients who need lung cancer screening during COVID-19.
  • The Ties that Bind

    The Commission on Economics is building relationships across the healthcare continuum — and teaming up to accomplish shared goals.
  • A Sense of Community

    As radiologists, we are just one part of a much larger and influential group charting the future and advancement of our profession.
  • The House of Radiology

    Important work has been done to provide the highest quality care for patients and families through intersociety collaboration, but there is still a lot of ground to cover.
  • Linked Together

    RBMA’s executive director reflects on the last half-century of close collaboration with the ACR.
  • Teaming Up for Patients

    Almost overnight, COVID-19 dissolved long-standing barriers between radiologists and members of their support team.
  • Research That Drives Impact

    The new leader of the NHPI discusses the value of radiology research that supports health policy congruent with the best patient care.
  • Resumed Screening

    A new ACR toolkit prepares practices to resume lung cancer screening amidst COVID-19.
  • Under Fire

    A radiologist-in-training shares his experience working in a New York City hospital during the early days of the pandemic.
  • A New Era

    What could add-on payment for Viz AI’s stroke detection software mean for other AI products?
  • Solving Big Problems

    A military radiologist looks to AI to fix some of the issues that exist in radiology — and in the overall healthcare system.