R-SCAN in the News
- Radiologists and referring clinicians fulfill "Improvement Activity" credits under MIPS
- Check out R-SCAN activities at ACR 2017
- ACR Bulletin infographic, From Pledge to Practice: Get Involved with R-SCAN
- ACEP-sponsored webinar featuring Greg Nicola and his emergency room colleague. Learn about about creating multi-disciplinary teams to reduce avoidable imaging such as imaging for back pain. Presentation slides for the webinar are available here.
- JACR® series focusing on R-SCAN, "Imaging Stewardship in the Age of Value," updated. Check out new articles on "Appropriate Imaging for Prostate Cancer," "CT Angiographic Imaging for Pulmonary Embolism,"CT Angiographic Imaging for Pulmonary Embolism," and more.
- New Bulletin article discusses R-SCAN in relation to the QPP and providing high-value, high-quality care.
- Radiologists in rural western North Carolina are strengthening their relationships with local physicians and improving the ordering of imaging exams via R-SCAN.
- New webinar on February 28th, at 1:00 EDT, teaches how the ACR SAN’s R-SCAN program brings radiologists and referring clinicians together to promote patients receiving the right exam at the right time for the right reason. The webinar will demonstrate how R-SCAN delivers immediate access to web-based resources and clinical decision support technology to reduce low-value imaging exams and lower the cost of care. In addition, PTN quality advisors can learn how R-SCAN specifically supports practice transformation.
- New podcast discusses appropriate imaging for uncomplicated headache. See the full compendium of R-SCAN podcasts on the Resources for all Topics page.
- R-SCAN recommended as a way to move from volume to value.
- New podcast discusses appropriate imaging for single system trauma.
- A new module from the AMA STEPS Forward™ highlights how R-SCAN participation can be a first step for learning about imaging clinical decision support.
- Great Expectations: Practice transformation is underway, and radiologists need to get involved.
- Using R-SCAN™, a radiology group reduces inappropriate imaging by nearly 55%.
- ACR and AMA collaborate to produce new STEPS forward module on clinical decision support for imaging
- New JACR® R-SCAN series debuts: read the introduction and the first article, "Imaging for Low Back Pain."