ACR 2015 is the inaugural annual meeting of the American College of Radiology that, for the first time, welcomes all ACR members and professionals in the field of radiology to come together to help shape the future of the profession. This groundbreaking event will offer a taste of the best of ACR, including top-notch educational content, exciting sessions led by nationally renowned speakers and health policy experts, a day on Capitol Hill meeting with congressional policymakers and the opportunity to network with peers, industry experts and leading technology vendors.
The American College of Radiology’s first-ever all-member meeting, Crossroads of Radiology, will include professionals from all areas of radiology. Numerous opportunities are available to our industry partners to showcase your products and highlight your efforts on behalf of radiology. We expect more than 2,500 attendees from academia as well as private practices and hospitals who represent the decision makers in numerous subspecialties.
Why should I exhibit?
In one consolidated setting in the heart of our nation’s capital, ACR 2015 will bring together ACR members and professionals across the radiology spectrum for a dynamic program of ideas exchange, education and networking with industry partners, technology leaders and Capitol Hill policymakers. As an exhibitor, this will be a one-of-a-kind opportunity for you to showcase to the best of the radiology industry, while building relationships with some of radiology’s most prominent decision makers in academia and private practice. Meet your target audience face-to-face in one convenient setting, generate leads that will help build long-term partnerships, enhance your relationships with existing customers, and build brand recognition for your company and its products and services.
Who will be attending this meeting?
Attendees will be ACR members (representing 74% of radiology physicians, including diagnostic radiologists, interventional radiologists, radiation oncologists and medical physicists). Included in this group will be residents and fellows, nuclear medicine physicians, business managers, hospital administrators, technologists, and members of related radiology organizations and subspecialty associations.
The mission of the ACR is to serve patients and society by maximizing the value of radiology, radiation oncology, interventional radiology, nuclear medicine and medical physics by advancing the science of radiology, improving the quality of patient care, positively influencing the socioeconomics of the practice of radiology, providing continuing education for radiology and allied health professions and conducting research for the future of radiology.