ACR Bulletin

Covering topics relevant to the practice of radiology

November Bulletin

November 2021 cover

In This Issue

  • Remote Recognition

    During the ongoing public health emergency, virtual site surveys ensure top-notch care at ACR-approved facilities.
  • A Decade of Leadership Training

    The RLI celebrates 10 years of teaching radiologists the business and management skills to successfully navigate a shifting healthcare environment.
  • Case History

    After a decade of developing one of the ACR’s most beloved resources, the editor-in-chief for Case in Point® describes what’s next for the daily cases.

  • Boots on the Ground

    Radiologists are working with other staff to transform the VA patient experience journey.
  • Combining Forces for Breast Health

    In a new study, researchers from the National Mammography Database Committee and the NHPI identified the radiologist characteristics that are associated with varying mammography interpretive performance.
  • International Radiology

    The ACR embraces the important role of the international community of radiology.
  • Scrutinizing Non-competes

    What are “restrictive covenant” provisions and how can ACR members address their impact?
  • Seeing in 3D

    The ACR is collecting anonymized 3D printing case information to advance radiologists’ value in specialty procedures.
  • Shoring Up Missed Care Opportunities

    By employing population health surveillance and reducing missed care opportunities, radiologists can help anticipate suboptimal patient outcomes before they happen.
  • Speaking Up

    A new joint statement advises against the use of cumulative dose to guide ordering imaging exams.
  • What's Next for Indirect Expense Reimbursement?

    Here’s what you need to know about CMS’ plan to adjust how it calculates a challenging but integral part of radiology reimbursement.