Dr. Raymond Tu Making News in 2019
Posted on: 01/25/2019
Dr. Raymond Tu featured in the October ACR Bulletin for patient advocacy.
Dr. Raymond Tu selected to represent neuroradiology at the Image Bundling Workgroup of the American Medical Association Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) Editorial Panel. Workgroup Charge: To address how image bundling is integrated within the CPT code set. The goal of this workgroup is to define a set of criteria that will help set expectations and provide guidelines for both the CPT Panel and applicants as to when and how imaging guidance should be bundled into the primary procedure/service for new and revised codes going forward. For more info visit https://www.ama-assn.org/about/cpt-editorial-panel/cpt-purpose-mission
Dr. Raymond Tu hosted colleagues from American College of Radiology, Medical Society of the District of Columbia, DCHealth, United Medical Center and Society of Interventional Radiology for an education benefit for the Latino Student Fund https://latinostudentfund.org/ June 29, 2019.
Dr. Raymond Tu met with Congresswoman Eleanor Holmen Norton Member of Congress, US House of Representatives June 25, 2019 discussing challenges of medical education, access and the safety net critical access model.
Dr. Raymond Tu recognized by DC City Council for work in the community with the Raymond Tu Ceremonial Recognition Resolution of 2019. "Click Here" to read more.
The American College of Radiology publishes updates on the ACR Medicaid by Network Chair Dr. Tu. "Click Here" to read more.
Dr. Raymond Tu spoke to the entire ACR Council on Monday May 20, 2019 discussing the Essentials of Medicaid and was joined by Dr. Robert Paley and the District of Columbia Metropolitan Radiological Society to receive the Overall Excellence Award of Chapters.
Dr. Raymond Tu publishes paper on health access with GW cardiology trainee from Honduras. "Click Here" to learn more.
DC Council Recognizes MSDC President Dr. Raymond Tu for Commitment to Public Health. "Click Here" to learn more.
Dr. Raymond Tu received unanimous support from the DC Council for the Dr. Raymond Tu Ceremonial Resolution of 2019 lead by Councilmember White of Ward 8 and Chairman Phil Mendelson at 10am May 7, 2019.
Dr. Raymond Tu was recognized at the National Hispanic Medical Association annual meeting with the Hispanic Health Leadership Award for work in health disparities and access opportunities among the Latino community.
Dr. Raymond Tu was awarded the 2019 Physician of the Year by his medical staff colleagues on March 29, 2019, the first time a radiologist has received such an honor since the hospital’s founding in 1965.
Dr. Raymond Tu spoke at the American College of Radiology career program on Saturday March 23rd attended by residents from all across the country including Puerto Rico, led by the Radiology Leadership Institute.
Dr. Raymond Tu invited faculty the American College Radiology Leadership Institute. https://www.airp.org/ April 23, 2019.
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Dr. Raymond Tu with Mayor Muriel Bowser, Mayor of the District of Columbia, Mr. Mark Lerner, George Washington University Hospital/Universal Health Services Administration, Deputy Chief of Mission Ricardo Otarola, Embassy of Costa Rica and Ambassador Dr. Claudia Ivette of El Salvador at the National Cathedral with the Latino Student Fund providing educational opportunities for all Washington DC Metropolitan area residents on March 14, 2019.
Dr. Raymond Tu presented at the UMC Quarterly Staff on March 13, 2019 on recent legislative updates of the Medical Society of the District of Columbia.
Dr. Raymond Tu at Medical Society of the District of Columbia Board of Directors meeting giving his President’s report with Dr. Bill Clark, Chair of the Southeast Delegation of the American Medical Association at headquarters on February 25, 2019.
Dr. Raymond Tu presented a Medicaid Health Policy lecture at the 2019 American Society of Spine Radiology on February 23, 2019.
Dr. Raymond Tu presented his legislative report as president of the Medical Society of the District of Columbia at the GW University Hospital on January 28.
Dr. Raymond Tu met with physicians at Med Chi at Howard University and the Women in Diversity group of the District of Columbia Metropolitan Radiological Society at the Cosmos Club on January 25, 2019.
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