ACR Bulletin

Covering topics relevant to the practice of radiology

October 2020

October 2020 Bulletin Cover

In This Issue

  • ACR Virtualized

    As ACR programs are converted to a virtual format in the face of the ongoing pandemic, the transformation underscores the strength and flexibility of the organization and its members.
  • Winners and Losers

    The ACR is fighting hard to prevent cuts under the MPFS from being enacted.
  • A Return to Care

    It is crucial that radiologists help their referring clinicians reconnect with women ages 40 and older to schedule yearly mammograms postponed by the pandemic.
  • Seldom Seen

    Transgender patients deserve radiology’s commitment to screening outreach and access.
  • Building an AI-Enabled Enterprise Radiology Department

    Following nine pillars of clinical AI to plan and implement an AI strategy helped Mayo realize AI’s benefits.

  • Navigating a New Normal

    With COVID-19 still in the spotlight, an ACR member discusses how the importance of supporting the needs of medical workers is more important than ever.
  • Promoting Health Equity

    The JACR® is taking on health inequities and exploring systematic changes to foster care equality — and the journal wants your proposals for an upcoming focus issue.
  • The "Lax Radiologist"

    Educating a jury as to how scans are read is key to a juror’s understanding of how radiologists practice.
  • Something We Take Home

    Two RTs discuss their experience working at a busy ER during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic — and how they uplifted each other and their community during their darkest days.