Dear WSRS members, Thank you for the opportunity to serve as your WSRS President. I am grateful and honored for the opportunity to represent you and the other radiologists of Washington State. I am equally thankful for the chance to
Thank you to everyone who attended our first ever virtual annual meeting on Saturday, November 14! Please help us congratulate our new executive officers: PRESIDENT: Sammy Chu, MD, FACR VICE PRESIDENT: Jennifer Favinger, MD TREASURER: Edward Kim, MD SECRETARY: Rachel
Register for ACR Town Hall to Address Medicare Cuts Be sure to attend the ACR Virtual Town Hall on Thursday, October 29 from 5–6pm PT to discuss the Medicare payment cuts that are expected to begin on Jan. 1, 2021.
Register TODAY for the WSRS 2020 Annual Meeting Saturday, November 14, 2020 8:00am – 12:30 pm Online via Zoom Webinar Please join us for our first ever virtual meeting, a half day of hot topics and timely updates, including presentations from
Thank you to everyone who joined us on Wednesday, September 23 at 7:00pm PT for our first fall webinar. Just in time for the general election, WSRS lobbyist Jim Hedrick will cover several topics, including: How Campaigns are Financed Regulatory
The Breast Imaging Task Force of the WSRS fully endorses the recent statement put forth by the Society of Breast Imaging which outlines a thoughtful and sensible approach to re-opening of breast imaging services during these uncertain times. We strongly
Dear Members, As you are aware, the Washington State government has taken several measures to slow the coronavirus pandemic, such as social distancing and a pause on all elective medical procedures. The latter includes non-urgent imaging studies and screening examinations.
The Washington State Medical Association (WSMA), Washington state officials, and the state’s health care community have joined the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in responding to an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Initially detected
WSRS pledges to endorse and promote the goals of Image Wisely among our members and students: Image Wisely is committed to raising awareness throughout the medical community of opportunities for eliminating unnecessary imaging exams and to lowering the amount of
The Seattle Times published a front-page article on Oct. 27 about 3D mammography. This piece, which was written by Kaiser Health News and published in USA Today last week, stated that digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT or 3D mammography) was no