August 1, 2022
Our principal research scientist in health economics, Eric W. Christensen, PhD, discusses the disparities by race/ethnicity, sex, age, and income that are present in nearly every instance they are examined — creating concerning inequities for medical professionals. Read the ACR Bulletin August Column
August 1, 2022
As the Harvey L. Neiman Health Policy Institute celebrates 10 years, Richard Duszak Jr., MD, FACR, discusses the HPI’s role in health policy research past, present, and future in the July ACR Bulletin Research Rounds column. Read the JACR Bulletin Column
April 21, 2022
Consumer price listings may ultimately give consumers less of what they really want — high quality care. While transparent pricing is theoretically ideal for allowing patients to make informed decisions, the complexity of healthcare in the U.S. makes a truly transparent system a challenge and there are numerous caveats. Read the JACR Bulletin Column
December 20, 2021
The ACR’s research efforts are paving the way for precision in prostate cancer diagnosis and treatment. This research is studying how to improve diagnostic efficiency and accuracy including the use of patients’ genetic data to help determine the best course of treatment. Read the JACR Bulletin Column
November 22, 2021
To facilitate this engagement, the ACR offers several current opportunities for ACR members to apply for research grants through two research centers at the College: the ACR Center for Research and Innovation™ (CRI) and the Harvey L. Neiman Health Policy Institute® (NHPI). These funding opportunities will facilitate future practice innovations through research and education for the Read More
September 1, 2021
New ACR funds will provide members with the opportunities to make meaningful contributions to research that advance the College’s mission. Read the September ACR Bulletin Research Rounds column.
May 1, 2021
Radiology is in a critical position to help narrow disparities and improve outcomes for rural and underserved populations. Read the May 2021 ACR Bulletin Research Rounds column.
January 1, 2021
In the wake of COVID-19, the Harvey L. Neiman Health Policy Institute® studied imaging utilization in different settings over the course of 2020. Read the January 2021 ACR Bulletin Research Rounds column.
December 16, 2015
Neiman Imaging Types of Services (NITOS) codes provide a variable that can be merged into datasets by HCPCS code to identify imaging procedures by modality and anatomic site. This new coding system augments the existing BETOS system for imaging focused studies, and was designed to be usable either in conjunction with or in lieu of BETOS for imaging analyses. Read More
November 7, 2014
This report highlights two emerging models being developed by the Neiman Institute designed to align provision and payment of specialty care with efforts to ensure a sustainable, high quality health care system. Read More