RADPAC is the nonpartisan political action committee of the American College of Radiology Association (ACRA). Its goal is to support the campaigns of pro-radiology Members of Congress and federal candidates through voluntary contributions from
members of the ACRA.
RADPAC’s mission is to serve as the political voice of radiology on Capitol Hill. RADPAC’s growth in size and presence is very important as Congress addresses many issues affecting radiology such as mammography screening coverage, Medicare reform, patient safety, and workforce issues. More than 90% of Congress has no healthcare background so RADPAC uses its resources to educate Members of Congress on these very important issues that impact the profession and the patients who rely on life-saving imaging care.
RADPAC is directed and administered by the RADPAC board of directors. The board members represent radiologists of all career levels, practice types, and geographical areas of the country.
RADPAC Names 2022-2023 Board
On Nov. 27, RADPAC® named its 2022–2023 Board. For the first time in RADPAC's more than twenty-year history, it had an open application process for becoming a Board member. Also, for the first time, the RADPAC Board nominated and approved its RADPAC Chair — previously the Vice Chair of the ACR Board of Chancellors held the position of RADPAC Chair. Learn more here.
From left to right: David Epstein, Haley Letter, Marla Sammer, Stephen Sevigny, Daniel Ortiz, Alex Podlaski, Amy Patel, Mary Scanlon, Fatima Elahi, and Rob Optican.
Not pictured: Kimberly Beavers, Jennifer Buckley, Jesse Conyers, Michael Lee, Loralie Ma, Christopher McAdams, Derrick Siebert and Syed Zaidi.
RADVOCACY Podcast hosted by RADPAC
Welcome to the RADVOCACY Podcast Hosted by RADPAC. We invite you to listen and learn about how radiology advocacy (“radvocacy") is a critically important element to securing the future of the profession. The podcast will highlight leaders in the field of radiology, Members of Congress, political operatives and other special guests.