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San Francisco Bay Medical Society members appointed to ACR and CRS 


Congratulations to the following SFBRS members who have been appointed by the California Radiological Society to represent the Bay Area at the state and national level:

Volney Van Dalsem, MD

Vivian W. Wing, MD

Jon Shanser, MD (alternate)
Ravi Alagappan, MD (alternate)
Hui Jie Chen, MD (alternate)

Roger Eng, Jr., MD (alternate)

Healthcare Around the Bay

News for Imaging Professionals


Marcy Felt departs as Valley Care CEO.



John Muir moving to Pleasanton





The following post was contributed by guest blogger and ACR Imaging 3.0 Content Manager, Chris Hobson  

See the companion video here.

I arrived at Golden Gate Radiology Medical Group, located in an outpatient clinic in San Francisco's Chinatown neighborhood, on a crisp September morning. I had arranged to interview radiologist and group president Roger S. Eng, MD, MPH, FACR, about his role in convincing his client hospital to adopt electronic health records as part of his practice's journey toward attesting to meaningful use. Since many practices much larger than his had failed to participate in the meaningful use program, I wanted to discover the secret to his success. ...

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About the SFBRS:

The SFBRS is dedicated to the promotion of high standards of practice in medicine with a focus primarily on Radiology.  Members of the Society adhere to the medical and ethical standards of practice adopted by the American College of Radiology.

Membership in the SFBRS is the local entrance to organized Radiology and serves to foster a collegial community for local professionals to network, share ideas and knowledge.  Organized radiology exists to promote standards of excellence in practice and science, and to assure that Radiology is fully represented in political and socioeconomic deliberations.  The SFBRS works with the California Radiological Society (CRS) and the American College of Radiology (ACR) on state and national levels to address the larger economic and political issues that our profession faces.  Membership in the CRS and ACR is strongly encouraged to complete this national to local integration.