W. Dennis Foley, MD is a graduate of the University of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. He trained in Radiology at St. Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney, Australia. Dr. Foley did a 1-year Instructorship in Vascular Radiology at the University of Michigan Medical Center, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
RADPAC is the bipartisan, multicandidate political action committee of the American College of Radiology Association (ACRa). RADPAC’s goal is to support and elect pro-radiology candidates at the federal level through the voluntary contributions of dues-paying ACRa members. RADPAC only engages in federal election activity and these activities are governed by the Federal Election Commission.
CT Colonography Now Included in 2017 HEDIS Quality Measures: A Giant Step Forward for Patient-Centered Care
CT Colonography (known as virtual colonoscopy) is now included in the 2017 Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS) quality measures for colorectal cancer screening.
WRS Member Derrick Siebert, MD, a graduate of Medical College of Wisconsin, received his first white coat in 2004. This year, he’s delighted to pay it forward by sponsoring a white coat and helping to welcome students to the medical profession through the Foundation’s White Coat Campaign.
WRS established the Flaherty Lifetime Achievement Award in 2009 to recognize the career achievements and outstanding contributions to the profession of radiology by physicians practicing in Wisconsin.
Since 2001, students attending medical school in Wisconsin have received their first white coat and a personal note of encouragement from a physician through the Foundation’s White Coat Campaign. With this year’s record-breaking class of more than 435 medical students, more donations than ever are needed to make sure all students are welcomed warmly to the medical profession.
The purpose of the chapter shall be those of the American College of Radiology, hereinafter sometimes referred to as the "College"; advancing the science of radiology, improving radiologic service to patients and the medical community, and studying the economics of radiology; the encouragement of improved and continuing education for radiologists; and the establishment and maintenance of high medical and ethical standards in the practice of radiology.