American College of Radiology Annual Meeting & Chapter Leadership Conference Resident and Fellow Section 2013 Recap Washington Hilton Washington D.C. 5/4/2013-5/8/2013 The American College of Radiology “Quality Is Our Image” What is the ACR? Originally established in 1923 as an honorary society to recognize “Fellows” with distinguished academic careers 1930’s – “advancing the science of radiology by means of the study of the economic aspects of radiology and the encouragement of improved educational facilities for radiologists” The ACR has been the primary organization representing the socioeconomic and professional practice issues of radiology since it’s foundation ACR Mission To serve patients and society by Maximizing the value of radiology, radiation oncology, interventional radiology, nuclear medicine and medical physics Advancing the science of radiology Improving the quality of patient care Positively influencing the socio-economics of the practice of radiology Providing continuing education for radiology and allied health professions Conducting research for the future of radiology ACR Overview Over 34,000 members Oversees accreditation Organizes activities by five pillars of excellence Publishes the JACR & Appropriateness Criteria® Advocacy Clinical Research Economics Education Quality and Safety Promotes Image Wisely & Image Gently campaigns Administers the AIRP (former AFIP), Radiology Leadership Institute and other CME activities American College of Radiology Resident and Fellow Section “Lead from the Beginning” Resident & Fellow Section (RFS) http://rfs.acr.org All radiology residents are automatically members during training Focuses on education & resources for residents RFS e-news RFS Toolkit The largest and most active RFS section among radiology organizations ACR Fellowships Represents the future of the ACR Health Policy Milestones in Modern America Business Concepts in Radiology Lecture Series Resident and Fellow Journal Club AMCLC 2013 “Annual Meeting and Chapter Leadership Conference” Held at the Washington Hilton, in Washington D.C. Resident & Fellow Section Meeting – Saturday May 4th & Sunday May 5th ACR Council – Monday May 6th & Tuesday, May 7th Capitol Hill Visits - Wednesday, May 8th Attended by over 300 residents Resident & Fellow Section 21st annual dedicated RFS meeting Opportunities: Learn about the ACR’s legislative and advocacy efforts Learn about future business models in radiology Leadership development Learn about international outreach opportunities for radiology residents Network with colleagues nationwide Meet senior leaders in the ACR Participate in the ACR Council 4th Annual RFS Poster Session 49 posters on display Can be viewed online @ the AMCLC RFS portal (http://amclc.acr.org/PROGRAMMAPS/ResidentFellow.aspx) Categories: Advocacy & Government Relations Economics & Health Policy Education Case-Based Clinical Research Quality & Safety RFS Poster Winners Clinical Research Lead Author: Eric Monroe Program: University of Washington Title: Emergent embolization of ruptured hepatic angiosarcoma: a single center experience Case Based Lead Author: Chris Lazo, MD Program: University of Florida College of Medicine Title: Now you see it, Now you don’t: Comparing two cases of gallstone ileus Economics & Health Policy Lead Author: Mary Wood, MD Program: Eastern Virginia Medical School Title: Examining barriers for mammography screening compliance within an urban hospital and an underserved primary care clinic in Santiago, Chile RFS Poster Winners Advocacy & Government Relations Lead Author: Florian Fintelmann Program: Massachusetts General Hospital Title: Novel Advocacy Platform to Reach Junior Residents: Teaching Essentials for Independent Call Quality & Safety Lead Author: Aarti Luhar, MD Program: David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA Title: Reducing Unnecessary Pelvic Imaging in Trauma Patients: A Residents-Driven Quality Improvement Project Education Lead Author: Andrew Bunney, MD Program: University of Minnesota Title: Improving Medical Student Radiology Education Through Development of a Focused Ultrasound Moodle RFS Meeting Highlights Radiology Advocacy Network Overview Dr. David Rosman AMA Overview and Update Dr. Alex Ding Lunch with ACR Leaders RFS International Outreach Subcommittee Info Session State RFS Leaders Networking Breakfast Dr. Alexander Norbash FACR Separate Radiology and Radiation Oncology Young Physician Panels: Transitioning to Life after Training Dr. Richard Duszak FACR Healthcare Reform/PPACA Discussion Drs. John Patti FACR and Paul Ellenbogen FACR Setting a Strategic Course- RLI MiniSession Dr. Lawrence R. Muroff FACR Q&A with ACR Leadership Radiology Risk Management: Improving Quality through Expectations and Communication Dr. Lawrence R. Muroff FACR Radiology Leadership Institute Overview Dr. Andrew Wu What You Didn’t Learn in Residency ***Video highlights from the meeting will be posted on the RFS website*** RFS Meeting Highlights New for the 2013 RFS Meeting Dual Track Programming First-Time Attendee Track Senior Resident Involvement Panel Leadership in Practice Dr. Richard B. Gunderman FACR Business of Radiology Dr. Frank Lexa Return Attendee Track Advocacy Engagement Panel Economics & Coding Session Dr. Geraldine McGinty FACR Making a Career Out of Quality Dr. Paul Nagy FSIIM Point/Counterpoint - Is eliminating fee for service reimbursement good or bad for radiology? Moderator – Dr. Saurabh Jha Presenters – Drs. Matt Hawkins and Neil Lall ACR Council Councilors represent all state and subspecialty societies Discuss business of the college Debate and adopt policies and resolutions Multiple lectures focused on socioeconomic issues and radiology AMCLC Keynote Speakers Robert D. Moreton Lecture Value, Variation, and Patient-Centered care: Building Radiology’s Future Brent James, MD Harvey L. Neiman Health Policy Institute Presentation Promoting Relevancy and Value in Evolving Health Care Delivery Systems Richard Duszak, MD FACR Capitol Hill Visits Visits were organized by the ACR and RADPAC More than 525 radiologists participated in the 2013 AMCLC Capitol Hill Day, an all-time record! Attendees distributed information regarding our two MPPR bills, S. 623 and H.R. 846 S. 623 gained 3 co-sponsors as a result of Hill Day H.R. 846 gained 12 co-sponsors as a result of Hill Day RADPAC The Political Action Committee affiliated with the ACR Lobbies in DC to support the political interests of Radiology More than 400 contributors during the 2013 AMCLC including over 140 members in training! During the Chapter Leader’s Breakfast on Monday of the AMCLC, RADPAC presented the four winning states of the RADPAC March Madness Campaign with $500 prizes The $500 is to be used to fund a resident to attend the AMCLC Congratulations to CA, IA, MO, and WY! Donations can be made online at www.radpac.org RFS members are encouraged to consider donating $5/month to RADPAC to support our profession Imaging 3.0 A change process led by the ACR Recognizes the changes facing the profession Focuses on what we need to manage our practices, patient care, and the future A call to action to all radiologists to take a leadership role in shaping America’s future healthcare system Beyond the AMCLC Staying involved with the ACR RFS throughout the year ACR RFS on Twitter Follow the RFS @ACRRFS Use #radres for all tweets radiology resident related Join the ongoing discussion about the future of radiology in the twittersphere Visit the RFS website • Numerous educational resources for residents • Directory of state RFS chapters/leaders • Information on applying for fellowships, volunteering and more! • http://rfs.acr.org ACR RFS Virtual Journal Club Led by Dr. Geraldine McGinty FACR Chair of the Commission on Economics, Twitter @ gmcginty Next Journal Club – August 1st - Hosted by Dr. David Levin on the topic of Self Referral Prior topics Reimbursement for radiology and radiologists – Dr. Ronald Evens FACR Imaging Utilization: RBMs vs Decision Support – Dr. Richard Duszak FACR & Jim Rawson FACR Imaging Utilization: The effect of price and policy – Dr. David Lee PhD Radiology Practice Models – Dr. Lawrence Muroff FACR Recaps from prior journal clubs available for download on the RFS website Membership Subcommittee Focuses on a variety of projects to benefit the RFS membership. All projects remain on the RFS website. Anyone can become involved! Contact email@example.com if you would like to participate ACR Radiology Leadership Institute Mission – “to prepare leaders who will shape the future of radiology” Enrollment is FREE for residents & fellows www.radiologyleaders.org RLI Annual Event at Kellogg School of Management July 25-28, 2013 – Discount for RFS members Upcoming free webinars Identify & Apply – June 18th Optimize your outcomes – June 24th Changing the culture – June 27th Is there a new payment model in your future? – August 7th Multiple archived webinars Live meetings Young Physician Section (YPS) Mentor Network The YPS has partnered with the RFS to create a network of young and early career physicians that have volunteered to serve as mentors for RFS members View the list of mentors – http://www.acr.org/Membership/Residentsand-Fellows/Resident-Resources/YPS-Mentors Health Policy Milestones in Modern America 2011-2012 Membership Subcommittee project Insightful perspective on how politics and public opinion have shaped and defined the delivery of healthcare in the United States PowerPoint lecture series http://www.acr.org/Membership/Residen ts-and-Fellows/Learning-Center/HPMMA Selected Topics: The Formation of Blue Cross and Blue Shield The AMA’s Defeat of President Truman’s Health Care Proposal Shift to Employer-Based Health Insurance in the United States The Creation of Medicare The History of Radiology in Medicare … and many more! Business Concepts In Radiology Excellent resource compiled by the 2010-2011 membership subcommittee All lectures correspond to the free video lectures compiled by Dr. David Yousem MD, MBA PowerPoints http://www.acr.org/Membership/Residen ts-and-Fellows/Learning-Center/BCR Video Lectures – http://webcast.jhu.edu/mediasite/Catalog /pages/catalog.aspx?catalogId=7e18b7d59c63-487e-aaf1-77a86f83b011 Selected Topics: The Management Expenses in Radiology Malpractice: What the Thinking Radiologist Should Know Communication, Leadership, and Excellence The 411 of Employment Contracts Where does the money come from in Radiology? An application of RVUs Dollars and Sense Online resource for residents and fellows on non-technical issues that affect the future of radiology Includes sections on Government Relations Reimbursement and Finance Imaging Informatics Legal Issues pertinent to Radiology Future plans: Interactive Q & A sessions with ACR leadership Getting Started Handbook: A Guide to Radiology Residency Making the transition from clinician to consultant Contrast reactions and radiation safety Introduction to each rotation Dictations Resident resources Organized medicine and advocacy The alphabet soup of medical organizations An excellent resource when distributed to first year residents prior to arrival Career Handbook Resource created by the RFS Membership Subcommittee to assist residents and fellows in the job search process and making the transition from internship to Radiology residency Contents of the Career Handbook Fellowships Types of Jobs Interview Preparation Questions to ask Contracts Recruiters Heart of Radiology Campaign Increase resident and fellow involvement in community service activities. Serving meals at a homeless shelter Habitat for Humanity Sponsor a team 5K for a local cause Combat the perception of radiologists as physicians who are detached from the doctor-patient relationship and their communities. Help build a better world! http://www.acr.org/Membership/Residents-and-Fellows/Volunteering/Heart-of-Radiology How Can I Get Involved? All residents are free members of the ACR! Affirm your membership today at https://shop.acr.org/MemberAffirmation.aspx Visit the RFS Website Attend the 2014 ACR AMCLC April 26th-30th in Washington D.C. Submit a research poster Run for an executive committee position Join your state RFS chapter Start an RFS if your state chapter is yet to exist! Join the Radiology Resident Advocacy Network E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information Apply for an ACR Fellowship J.T. Rutherford Fellowship – Government Relations James Moorefield Fellowship – Economics and Health Policy Health Services Research Fellowship E. Stephen Amis Jr., M.D. Quality and Safety Fellowship Valerie Jackson Fellowship – Education Radiation Oncology Resident Training Fellowship – RadOnc Research Goldberg-Reeder International Travel Grant – Bringing Imaging to the Developing World For more information: http://www.acr.org/Membership/Residents-and-Fellows/ACR-Fellowships RFS Executive Committee Jonathan A. Flug, MD, MBA Florian Fintelmann, MD Chair A3CR2 Representative/Educational Liaison Winthrop-University Hospital, NY Massachusetts General Hospital, MA Andy Moriarity, MD Neil Lall, MD Vice-Chair AMA Delegate/Advocacy Liaison Henry Ford Health System, MI Ochsner Clinic Foundation, LA C. Matthew Hawkins, MD Nathaniel Margolis, MD Immediate Past Chair Communications Officer Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, OH New York University Medical Center, NY Ryan Brady, MD Lauren Layer, MD Secretary Radiation Oncology Representative University of Minnesota, MN University of Texas Medical Branch, TX Contact us – RFS@acr.org Elections occur annually at the AMCLC, please consider running in 2014! Questions??? E-mail the executive committee at email@example.com Visit http://rfs.acr.org Read the monthly E-News See you in 2014!