ACR Bulletin

Covering topics relevant to the practice of radiology

May 2023

May 2023 Issue of the Bulletin

In This Issue

  • 100 Years of Global Influence

    This spring has been eventful for the ACR, filled with travel, collaborations and advocacy efforts for legislative and regulatory issues on behalf of radiology. For an organization that has led and supported our profession of radiology over the past 100 years, the activity level is only fitting.
  • When the Cards Are Stacked Against You

    Let’s look behind the curtains at MIPS and how it affects radiologists.
  • Where Would We Be Without the College?

    To introduce this special section commemorating the 100th anniversary of the ACR, the Bulletin asked the co-chairs of the College's Centennial Steering Committee to share some thoughts about what the ACR means to them. 
  • Radiology and Medicare Part B: The Fight for Due Compensation

    In this excerpt from an ACR Bulletin podcast, William T. Thorwarth Jr., MD, FACR, and Donald F. Lavanty, JD, look back at an important moment in radiology history as they get ready to celebrate the College's centennial year. 
  • Transforming Women's Health

    The ACR has set standards for mammography screening by advocating for women's access to quality imaging.
  • Dedicated to Diversity

    The ACR has established that diversity is central to its mission and that opportunities to continually measure and assess membership diversity should be promoted.
  • A History of Collaboration

    Past ACR efforts will continue to guide building partnerships to advance the specialty.
  • The Power of Collaborative Learning

    Ben C. Wandtke, MD, MS, discusses the benefits of participating in the ACR Learning Network and why you should attend the 2023 Quality and Safety + Informatics Conference.