ACR Bulletin

Covering topics relevant to the practice of radiology


Jan Bulletin cover, photo of a chameleon, Changing with the times

In This Issue

  • New Year, New Priorities

    Ongoing ACR efforts to stop radiology cuts associated with the implementation of the new CMS evaluation and management policy exemplify why members volunteer their time and resources to making the College strong and successful.

  • Changing With the Times

    As the COVID-19 pandemic ramped up, the ACR empowered members to care for patients during the global crisis — without losing focus on its pre-pandemic mission.

  • Data Driven Decisions

    ECOG-ACRIN is urging radiologists to help with a study comparing approaches for monitoring pancreatic cysts — to learn which method leads to better outcomes for patients.
  • Into the Unknown

    Much remains to be seen regarding how AI will affect our practices, patients, and bottom lines.
  • Process Improvement

    A CSC workgroup is exploring new avenues for authentic and robust member contributions to the PP&TS process.
  • Transforming Board Certification

    A newly released report aims to support the ABR in improving board certification for radiology.
  • Research Rounds: Tracking the Pandemic

    In the wake of COVID-19, the Harvey L. Neiman Health Policy Institute® studied imaging utilization in different settings over the course of 2020.
  • The Value of Debate

    The January special issue of the JACR® has already caused a stir — which is exactly the goal of scholarly discourse.