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How do you take an assortment of individual medical professionals from various disciplines and turn them into a well-oiled lung cancer screening machine? Geoffrey Rubin, MD, details the challenges of building and managing a multidisciplinary team and the overall benefits of effective screening programs on the radiology profession.

 
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Q&A: What’s the secret to building a successful lung cancer screening team?

How do you take an assortment of individual medical professionals from various disciplines and turn them into a well-oiled lung cancer screening machine? Geoffrey Rubin, MD, details the challenges of building and managing a multidisciplinary team and the overall benefits of effective screening programs on the radiology profession.

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ACR, medical society coalition publish recommendations for peripheral arterial disease care

A coalition of leading medical societies, including the American College of Radiology, have issued recommendations to the Medicare Evidence Development Coverage Advisory Committee calling for continued research into treatment and clinical management of peripheral arterial disease.

FDA approves alternative mammography quality assurance program

An alternative digital full-field mammography quality assurance program has been cleared for use nationwide, according to an announcement from the FDA. 

ACR announces 2016 Bruce J. Hillman Fellowship recipients

The American College of Radiology (ACR) announced today that H. Benjamin Harvey, MD, JD, of Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, and Courtney C. Moreno, MD, of Emory University in Atlanta, have been selected as the recipients of the ACR’s 2016 Bruce J. Hillman Fellowship in Scholarly Publishing.

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Image Wisely asks for annual pledge from participants

Healthcare facilities who participate in the Image Wisely program will now need to make an annual pledge to limit excessive imaging and curb unnecessary patient exposure to radiation.