ACR Bulletin

Covering topics relevant to the practice of radiology

November 2022

Nov Bulletin cover — illustration of a guy popping out of laptop screen looking through binoculars and holding a clipboard

In This Issue

  • Beyond Data

    Structured reporting and an IR registry bring information to the forefront for the future of the specialty. 
  • Open for Detection

    You can spread the word to encourage your screening center and other facilities to open their doors on Saturday, Nov. 12, 2022.
  • Connecting Quality, Performance, and Outcomes

    As the registry matures, the data collected will have a powerful impact on proving the benefits of the minimally invasive techniques championed and perfected by interventional radiologists.
  • Delving Into Data Breaches

    ACR members should conduct a data security audit to stay out of legal trouble.
  • Be a Part of the Next Decade of Leadership

    As the RLI closes out its 10-year anniversary celebration, the team looks to the future.
  • A Long-Awaited Return

    In-person courses have resumed at the ACR Education Center, much to the excitement of the College and its members and just in time for the Center's 15th anniversary. 
  • Improving LCS Adherence

    The ACR's new education efforts aim to make a difference for patients when it comes to lung cancer screening.
  • A Look at Lung-RADS 2022

    The ultimate goal of Lung-RADS is to identify findings that may represent lung cancer and provide appropriate and timely management guidance to reduce lung cancer mortality.
  • Proving the Value of Imaging

    Celebrating 10 years of research, the Harvey L. Neiman Health Policy Institute® continues to shape health policy through the radiology profession.