ACR Virtual Annual Conference on Quality and Safety

October 22–23, 2020

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Join us for the 2020 ACR Virtual Annual Conference on Quality and Safety! This two-day online event is a robust and interactive learning program that will breathe new life into your quality improvement efforts and put you at the forefront of medical imaging.

Energize your practice and improve patient communication

  • Discover new ways to improve patient satisfaction and enhance quality metrics
  • Explore new informatics and decision support solutions for optimal reporting and patient outcomes
  • Adapt to shifting patient expectations and achieve quality excellence
  • Connect with like-minded colleagues across the quality community 

Session topics:
  • Leveraging electronic communication tools
  • Interdisciplinary communication
  • Communication within radiology
  • Communication with patients
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Earn up to 8.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits

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    Member $295
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