The American College of Rheumatology (ACR) has launched the long-awaited certification program for musculoskeletal (MSUS) ultrasound in rheumatology
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Are you passionate about advancing rheumatology? As a volunteer, you can help the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) achieve its mission and grow as an organization.
During the past 50 years, private practitioners have witnessed many substantial changes to the U.S. healthcare system and have been pressured to change the way they practice medicine.
Many of us have experienced that look—confusion—when you tell someone that you work in rheumatology. It happens at dinner parties, in line at the grocery store, and during conversations on airplanes. The look can open the door to conversations about rheumatology. However, when the influential people whose decisions affect our specialty don’t know who we…
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Under the ACR’s new strategic plan, the mission of the ACR is advancing rheumatology, and the new vision is to enhance the value and impact of rheumatology in a changing healthcare environment. These cannot be achieved without the time, effort, talent, and experience of its volunteer leadership and committee members.
Take a tour of the ACR’s new Web site