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Three candidates have been selected for The American College of Radiology's (ACR) highest honor as 2017 Gold Medalists, reviewed by the Board of Chancellors for their service and committment to the College or radiology.

Advocate Health launches a mentorship pilot program for female residents

The rising popularity of social media platforms offers radiologists the opportunity to engage with patient and colleagues in a way that wasn’t previously possible.

Academic medicine does a great job of producing physicians—but leaders? Not so much. A lack of effective leadership can paralyze an organization, making affecting change all but impossible according to a Sunday afternoon session at RSNA 2016.

Because of their in-depth knowledge of the effects of radiation on the human body, radiologists have an important role in the response to a radiological mass casualty event. The profession has a responsibility to lead in triage, preparation and education, according to Donald Frush, MD, professor at Duke Radiology in Durham, North Carolina.

 

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ACR selects Wisconsin professor as quality champion

Jeffrey P. Kanne, MD, was selected by the American College of Radiology as its “champion” in the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) Foundation Choosing Wisely Champions Program.

TRA Medical Imaging, Medical Imaging Northwest join forces

TRA Medical Imaging and Medical Imaging Northwest have announced a merger in an effort to provide better service to the residents of King, Pierce and Thurston county.

JACR announces "Best of 2016" articles

Four articles have been named by the Journal of the American College of Radiology (JACR) as the "Best of 2016" based on their advancement of radiology. 

IntellaPACS announces name change to Emergent Connect

In an effort to further its commitment to healthcare, IntellaPACS, a leading provider of cloud-based PACS software, has changed its corporate name to Emergent Connect.

Two leading medical imaging providers complete merger

Leading medical imaging providers in Washington State, TRA Medical Imaging (TRA) and Medical Imaging Northwest (MINW), have officially completed a merger and will begin operating under TRA-MINW starting Jan. 1, 2017.

Surface Oncology names new chief medical officer

Surface Oncology, an immuno-oncology company in Cambridge, Massachusetts, has appointed a new chief medical officer as it amps up its antibody product.

Q&A roundtable with 2017 ACR gold medalists

Three candidates have been selected for The American College of Radiology's (ACR) highest honor as 2017 Gold Medalists, reviewed by the Board of Chancellors for their service and committment to the College or radiology.

Children's Hospital of Philadelphia names a new radiologist-in-chief

The Children's Hopital of Philadelphia (CHOP) has named Kassa Darge, MD, PhD, as the new chair of the department of radiology and radiologist-in-chief, following an extensive national search. 

Tower Radiology Centers partners with not-for-profit West Florida Health

Tower Radiology Centers, the largest physician owned and operated outpatient radiology practice in Tampa Bay, is partnering with West Florida Health, a jointly owned not-for-profit company.

Choosing the Leadership Path: It Takes a Mentor

Advocate Health launches a mentorship pilot program for female residents

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