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American College of Radiology Foundation, Global Humanitarian Award , American College of Radiology (ACR)

ACR Foundation Presents Global Humanitarian Awards

The American College of Radiology Foundation (ACRF) presented its Global Humanitarian Award to Barry B. Goldberg, MD, FACR (individual); Andean Health and Development and ASRT Foundation (groups); and Ann Polin (nonradiologist).

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Improve Patient-Engagement Skills With Free ACR Online Resource

The new American College of Radiology (ACR) Radiologist’s Toolkit for Patient- and Family-Centered Care offers online practice-specific resources to help radiologists enhance patient engagement skills and offer more patient-centered care.

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American College of Radiology Bestows Highest Honors

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The American College of Radiology (ACR) Board of Chancellors (BOC) presented its highest honor—the Gold Medal—to three pioneering innovators during ACR 2017 — The Crossroads of Radiology® May 21–25 in Washington, DC.

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American College of Radiology Recognizes New Fellows

The American College of Radiology (ACR) inducted 134 new Fellows — an honor achieved by only 10 percent of members — during the ACR 2017 — The Crossroads of Radiology® meeting held from May 21–25 in Washington, D.C.

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ACR Data Science Institute™ to Guide Artificial Intelligence Use in Medical Imaging

Launched today, the American College of Radiology (ACR) Data Science Institute™ (DSI) will work with government, industry and others to guide and facilitate the appropriate development and implementation of artificial intelligence (AI) tools to help radiologists improve medical imaging care.

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Prepare Now for Appropriate Use Criteria Mandate With R-SCAN

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Taking part in the Radiology Support, Communication and Alignment Network (R-SCAN) brings radiologists and referring clinicians together to improve imaging appropriateness based on Choosing Wisely topics and prepares them for the coming federal mandate that health care providers consult appropriate use criteria (AUC) before ordering advanced imaging for Medicare patients.

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RLI Hails Radiology Leadership Luminaries

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The Radiology Leadership Institute® (RLI) recognizes the exceptional and demonstrated leadership of Jonathan S. Lewin, MD, FACR, and Anne C. Roberts, MD, FACR, naming them this year’s Leadership Luminary Award recipients.

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Medical Groups Join Forces to Improve Cardiac Imaging Use in Children

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The Image Gently Alliance, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and a coalition of pediatric medicine and cardiology organizations* have launched the “Have-A-Heart” campaign. This multi-society effort would help providers appropriately use and optimize performance of computed tomography (CT), fluoroscopy and nuclear medicine exams in diagnosing and treating heart disease in children.

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Study: Breast Cancers Found by Mammography Do Not Regress If Left Untreated

Breast cancers detected by mammography screening do not spontaneously disappear or regress if left untreated, according to a new study published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology (JACR®). The scientific findings contradict claims that many cancers found via mammography may simply “go away” if left undiscovered or untreated.

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Media Advisory: Register to Attend ACR 2017—The Crossroads of Radiology

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Health, science and medical reporters: Secure free access to medical imaging and radiation oncology leaders to develop articles on crucial issues, including the need to deliver patient-centered care; breast, lung and colorectal cancer screening; and future health care trends at ACR 2017 — The Crossroads of Radiology,







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