Evelyn Carroll, MD, said she recently brought her "authentic self to work for the first time" at the Minnesota-based institution. 

The discussion comes following intense pressure from numerous imaging interest groups, who last week implored the ABR to offer alternatives during the pandemic. 

CEO Jim Rechtin said such actions will include “reinvigorating” the Nashville physician firm’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee and creating a plan within the next 60 days to promote change in its service areas. 

HR professionals’ duties will include everything from contacting furloughed employees to delegating screening tasks.

That number, from Kaiser Health News, represents hundreds more deaths than the 379 estimated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 

Philanthropic nonprofit Rad-Aid deploys some 12,000 volunteers through outreach programs in 35 countries across Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas. 

The newly formed Multispecialty Early Radiologic Career Coalition is appealing the ABR to either administer tests virtually—as other specialty boards are doing during the pandemic—or at local testing centers around the country. 

Franklin Sequeira, 72, of Cicero, passed away on June 1 after a months-long battle with the disease, according to his family. 

Some had hoped that the board might make an exception and allow for remote test-taking in 2020, but that is not the case. 

Two top execs at one of the country’s largest radiology providers are speaking out about the recent incident that has sparked days of worldwide demonstrations.

The Radiological Society of North America was one of the first in the field to speak out on the protests and George Floyd’s murder.

As radiology practices across the country look to reopen and begin working through the massive backlog of delayed care, patient outreach is a critical piece of the puzzle, experts say.