In This Issue
The in-person gathering of ACR 2022 spoke volumes about the value of camaraderie within the specialty — with networking as strong as ever, after more than two years apart.
Getting to the bottom of payer-directed patient healthcare when it comes to medical imaging.
For the first time in two years, attendees gathered together in person in Washington, D.C., to catch up and connect with colleagues in the ACR community.
The outgoing president reminded ACR 2022 attendees that the road to the best radiologists begins with opportunity, character, and mentoring.
ACR 2022 delved into hot topics such as the No Surprises Act, potential technical payment revisions, and radiology AI.
The ACR 2022 Moreton Lecture highlighted strategy, readiness, execution, and sustainability as crucial factors to bring about transformational change.
ACR 2022 Global Humanitarian Award winners bring radiology to those most in need.
The ACR Art Subcommittee of the Patient- and Family-Centered Care Commission showcased radiologists' art at ACR 2022.
The RLI is recognizing its future leaders as well as those leaders whose achievements and contributions have made a lasting impact on the field.
As the Harvey L. Neiman Health Policy Institute (HPI) celebrates 10 years, Richard Duszak Jr., MD, FACR, discusses the HPI’s role in health policy research past, present, and future.
Whether it's data science or engineering a large portion of students entering the field of radiology have a comfortable relationship with how leveraging technology can augment patient care and quality.