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The American College of Radiology Mammography Accreditation Program conducts peer review, constructive feedback on staff qualifications, equipment, quality control, quality assurance, image quality, and radiation dose as part of accreditation protocol. Every mammography machine must undergo ACR accreditation and this process occurs every three years at NMCP clinics and branch health clinics.
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The American College of Radiology is the voice of radiologists, medical physicists, radiation oncolo
RLI Taking the Lead Ep. 51: Leading with Trust
Jacqueline A. Bello, MD, FACR, joins host Geoffrey Rubin, MD, MBA, FACR, in the latest RLI Taking the Lead podcast where they discuss the importance of family, finding common ground and leading with trust. ➡️ https://bit.ly/3PPEug8
Dan Chonde, MD, offers his best advice for medical students and early-career radiologists. 💭
Kurt A. Schoppe, MD, says that leadership training is an essential component of professional development of radiologists of all levels.
Tell us, what's holding you back from pursuing training? https://bit.ly/3FVGJLh
ACR Appropriateness Criteria helps providers enhance the quality of patient care. Check out what's new, including one added topic and seven revisions. https://bit.ly/3iXOyqF
Does your radiology practice use AI with pediatric patients? If not, what's stopping you? 🤔
Learn about resources that can help your practice provide safe, high-quality care: : https://bit.ly/3Bl8bzu
ACR Bulletin Podcast: Results from the 2021 ACR/RBMA Workforce Survey with Dominick Parris
Have you downloaded the latest ACR Bulletin Podcast? 🎤
In this episode, Dominick Parris, ACR Senior Environmental Intelligence Analyst, discusses results from the 2021 ACR/RBMA Workforce Survey.
👉 https://bit.ly/3ulfvas 👈
The future of the ACR starts with you, our members. 🙌
Applications to serve on the ACR Board of Chancellors, Council Steering Committee or College Nominating Committee are open for a limited time. Answer the call to serve: https://bit.ly/3gtLMZm
How can the field of radiology continue to be inclusive? Angel Gomez-Cintron, MD, MPH, shares his perspective. 💭
Radvocacy plays a critical role in improving patient outcomes and enhancing access to care. Fatima Elahi, DO, MHA, shares more in her Voice of Radiology blog. https://bit.ly/3GoMqBZ
Tell us, how do you get involved? 💭
ACR Celebrates 100 Years of Quality, Integrity, Leadership and Innovation
We're thrilled to celebrate 100 years of quality, integrity, leadership and innovation. 🎉
Have any stories, photos or videos to share from the past century? Explore our interactive timeline & add your memories ➡️ https://bit.ly/3UYJuAi
We can't wait to celebrate 100 years of quality, integrity, leadership and innovation during our next annual meeting. https://bit.ly/3OdaSrS
Comment below if you're planning to join us for ACR 2023! 👇
Today, 250+ locations offering screening are working on the weekend providing exams for qualified individuals who've been challenged to get screened during the typical workweek. Share your story of providing screening, getting screened, or helping a loved one get screened! 💬
While anyone with lungs can get lung cancer, certain people are at an increased risk and eligible for potentially life-saving lung cancer screening. Find out how we're working to open new doors this Saturday, and beyond https://bit.ly/3TrtTYH
Happy International Day of Radiology! Today, we celebrate our members, radiologists, radiographers and radiologic technologists around the 🌎. Thank you for the vital work you do to support patients. Show us how you're celebrating in the comments!
How will you celebrate the International Day of Radiology, a special global recognition of the vital role radiologists, radiographers and radiologic technologists play in quality, safe patient care? Join the party 🎉 https://bit.ly/3Dz4tCB
Patient-friendly animated videos with Nina S. Vincoff, MD
In the latest ACR Bulletin Podcast, Nina S. Vincoff, MD, discusses the development, value & inspiration for our new patient-friendly animations, designed to help patients participate in shared decision-making w/ physicians. ▶️ https://bit.ly/3Dxmp1N
The ACR Learning Network helps radiologists make meaningful contributions to the field. The physician leader of the MR Improvement Collaborative shares his experience in this Voice of Radiology blog 👉 https://bit.ly/3CRsmFd
Dense breasts can make detection of breast cancer more challenging when using mammography alone. Our new Contrast-Enhanced Mammography Imaging Screening Trial aims to improve screening measures: https://bit.ly/3Ddrj3W
Our new patient-friendly animation videos can be used to help patients participate in shared decision-making with their physicians. Check out the first two videos which explain breast imaging 👉 https://bit.ly/3g1qxOa 👈
Anxious about getting a mammogram? Here's what to expect
Have patients who are worried about what it's like to get a mammogram?
Screening experts walk through the process 👉
Anxious about getting a mammogram? Here's what to expect The American College of Radiology notes a 37 percent decline in screening mammograms during the COVID pandemic. A recent study from the group found the numbers have not bounced back.
There is growing opportunity for informatics in healthcare applications. Two experts paint the picture of our future in the new Voice of Radiology blog 💭 👉 https://bit.ly/3CuPBVs
After former NBC Today Show anchor Katie Couric announced her breast cancer diagnosis, she urged women who had perhaps forgotten or put off screening due to the pandemic to get checked.
There is no better time than now to remind our patients to do the same. https://bit.ly/3ym1Y4R
RLI Taking the Lead Podcast: Episode 49: Kurt A. Schoppe, MD: A Next Generation Leader
In the new RLI Taking the Lead podcast, Geoffrey Rubin, MD, MBA, FACR, talks with Kurt A. Schoppe, MD, about the importance of leveraging leadership knowledge and tools early in your career. 🎤 https://bit.ly/3fETvmM
ACR Appropriateness Criteria helps you provide consistent, quality patient care.
Our latest update includes one new topic and eight revisions, and approximately 3,000 clinical scenarios. https://bit.ly/3rwRDzf
Need some inspo to kick off the week? ☕
Check out this inspiring glimpse into one radiologist's journey into the field. 👇
Do you know the last time your facility evaluated operational processes to improve quality of care? 💭
Now is the best time to take steps toward quality improvement.
Find out how ➡️ https://bit.ly/3SHZXaV
Why NOT Me?
"Please get your annual mammogram. I was six months late this time. I shudder to think what might have happened if I had put it off longer."
Katie Couric shares her life-changing diagnosis and urges women to get screened in this new essay.
Why NOT Me? June 21, 2022, was the first day of summer, my 8th wedding anniversary, and the day I found out I had breast cancer.
What is the ACR doing today to empower the radiologists of tomorrow? Learn more Oct. 11 at 8pm ET. https://bit.ly/3LxBDWQ
What made you choose radiology? 💭
Check out Dr. Kumar's story, then share yours below ⬇️
Daniel Karolyi, MD, PhD, shares the latest ACR Education Center updates in preparation of our reopening this fall. Get up-to-speed ➡️ https://bit.ly/3B7Beab
The State of Radiology and the ACR with William T. Thorwarth Jr., MD, FACR
After a short summer hiatus 😎 the ACR Bulletin Podcast is back & better than ever!
Our very own William T. Thorwarth, Jr., MD, FACR discusses Imaging 3.0, value-based imaging & how we're keeping radiology at the forefront of medical technology. 🎤 https://bit.ly/3wEHVhd
Applying for radiology fellowship or know someone who is? 👀
The latest Voice of Radiology blog is for you: https://bit.ly/3KzRofD
Amy K. Patel, MD, shares her best advice for women thinking about pursuing radiology. 🗯️
Have any tips of your own? Comment below! 👇
Written by ACR members, for ACR members.
The Voice of Radiology blog is your go-to for updates on the policies, current events & other developments impacting radiology. 🗯️ Subscribe today 👉 https://bit.ly/3b74y6j
This year, we announced a new strategic plan. How will we achieve the plan’s ambitious & bold objective to be indispensable to all radiology professionals, both now and in the future?
More in the latest Voice of Radiology blog: https://bit.ly/3K4Sm34
RLI Taking the Lead
The new RLI Taking the Lead podcast just dropped. 🎤 Hear Cynthia S. Sherry, MD, FACR, discuss why leadership roles should be based on what motivates & lights a fire within. 🔥 https://bit.ly/3pnnVf0
Despite the successes of lung cancer screening, challenges remain. How can clinicians, researchers, patients & advocates team up to address these challenges?
More in the latest Voice of Radiology blog: https://bit.ly/3C0R732
If the road ahead is uncertain w/ steep climbs expected and obstacles likely, you’d better have a vehicle tuned up & running smoothly.
Find out how this relates to radiology leadership in the new blog: https://bit.ly/3Su5mmL 🚗 ⛰️
Cost Estimation with Summer Kaplan, MD
While the ACR Bulletin Podcast takes a summer break, check out our collection of episodes, like this discussion about how cost estimation tools can help facilitate price transparency for radiology patients. 🎤 https://bit.ly/3oAiBUZ
As medical imaging impacts most patients at some point in their care journey, radiology professionals have the potential to be unifying change agents across an inequitable healthcare system.
How will you make a difference? https://bit.ly/3yQbQmE
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