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From the College: ACR Travel Grants Encourage Collaboration, Research in Rheumatology

Grant recipients who attended the 34th annual European Workshop for Rheumatology Research recall conference highlights, connecting with overseas colleagues

From the College: American College of Rheumatology Wins Accreditation with Commendation by ACCME

Recognition by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education places ACR in top 21% of national organizations offering continuing medical education

From the College: 2014 Clinical Rheumatology for Health Professionals Provides Primer on X-Ray Reading

ACR's course teaches rheumatology health professionals to use and read plain X-rays in key rheumatic diseases

From the College: 2014 State-of-the-Art Clinical Symposium to Be Held April 26–27 in Chicago

ACR's education and networking seminar to address latest in research, therapy, and scientific advances in rheumatology

From the College: ACR's Simple Tasks Campaign Launches Redesigned Website

New site features live Twitter feed, improved navigation, social media integration, and blog capabilities

Columns: President’s Perspective: ACR’s Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Certification in Rheumatology Program Helps Healthcare Providers Learn to Use This Tool

RhMSUS program helps health professionals address payment reforms, practice efficiency, and quality of patient care through use of MSUS imaging technology

From the College: ACR Welcomes New Board of Directors

Incoming board members share goals for their term based on the ACR's 2013-2016 strategic plan

From the College: ACR Aims to Keep Rheumatology on Congressional Radar in 2014

Ongoing advocacy by the ACR will target repealing SGR legislation, halting the implementation of ICD-10 coding and billing changes, and enlisting support for the Patients’ Access to Treatments Act

Columns: President's Perspective: The ACR’s RISE Registry Will Simplify Reporting, Comparing Clinical Data

Set to launch during first quarter 2014, the Rheumatology Informatics System for Effectiveness (RISE) database will help rheumatologists manage patient populations, improve care, advance rheumatology

From the College: Practice Page: Rheumatology Prepares for Billing, Documentation Changes in 2014

ACR offers education and guidance to help physicians manage transition to ICD-10 and handle more federal audit initiatives next year

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