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RADPAC is the bipartisan political action committee of the ACRA. Its goal is to support the campaigns of pro-radiology candidates at the federal level through voluntary contributions from members of the American College of Radiology Association. RADPAC’s growth in size and presence is very important as Congress addresses many issues affecting radiology such as mammography reimbursement, Medicare reform, patient safety, and medical liability. It is critical for radiology as a profession to have its voice heard on Capitol Hill through a bipartisan political action committee that supports members of Congress and candidates for federal office who are helpful to the radiology community.
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Advocacy is one of the fundamental missions of the ACR, which entails representing the interests of radiologists and their patients to Congress, state legislatures, and regulatory agencies, educating radiologists and radiologists-in-training regarding legislative and regulatory developments, and supporting grassroots participation in advocacy via Capitol Hill Days, Legislative Calls-to-Action, and The Radiology Advocacy Network (RAN).
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