ACR Bulletin

Covering topics relevant to the practice of radiology


February 2021 cover

In This Issue

  • Chaos and Opportunities

    The ACR Government Relations team moved quickly through 2020 to get the most important member issues heard and addressed.
  • Don't Steer Us Wrong on Pediatric Imaging

    Several large health insurance companies have launched programs that direct pediatric patients to freestanding, non-hospital affiliated imaging centers.
  • Considering All Angles

    A sense of belonging, appreciation, and being of service to their communities is driving the career decisions of many medical students.
  • The Big Purchase

    Now that AI is becoming more accessible, hearing from those who have put a program into place can provide valuable insights.
  • Future Shock

    No one can predict the future, but scenario planning can help you prepare for the best, worst, and everything in-between.
  • The Pathway to Fellowship

    Early career professionals can embark on the journey to attaining the prestigious FACR.
  • Establishing Effective Peer Learning Workflows

    An ACR virtual program will help radiologists answer questions about establishing workflows for their peer learning programs.
  • Improving Women's Health

    The chair of the O-RADS™ Committee discusses how a standardized lexicon for describing the imaging characteristics of ovarian and adnexal masses will improve the specialty — and patient care.
  • Lung Cancer Screening for All

    New guidelines have the potential to address inequities for marginalized groups.