The ACR Appropriateness Criteria® Anytime, Anywhere™ application provides physicians with instant point-of-care access to evidence-based clinical guidance for imaging decisions. Developed in collaboration with Skyscape, the worldwide leader in mobile medical information, this application is an authoritative alternative to radiology benefit management companies and computerized physician order entry systems that do not contain the ACR Appropriateness Criteria® guidance.
This application features imaging decision support from the ACR for more than 175 clinical topics with variations that can be easily downloaded to your iPhone/iTouch/iPad, BlackBerry®, Palm, PDA, smart phone, or similar mobile devices. With content developed by world-renowned experts in cardiac, gastrointestinal, musculoskeletal, neurologic, thoracic, urologic, pediatric, breast, vascular, and women’s imaging, as well as interventional radiology and radiation oncology, you’re sure to find appropriate imaging guidance when you need it most.
Test drive the application. If you would like to see the Skyscape product page for the ACR Appropriateness Criteria® Anytime, Anywhere™ application or download a trial version of the product, please click here.The trial version is not available for iPhone, Blackberry or Symbian devices.
N.B. You cannot receive an ACR member discount through the link above. To get the discount pricing for members, you must go from this page to the Skyscape site through the link below.
Member Discount. When you are ready to purchase the Anytime, Anywhere™ application, please click here to verify your membership. You will automatically be sent to the member discount price page. If you navigate away from this page, you may have to re-enter through this web page to get the member discount.
ACR member discount is available through this Web site only. Discounts cannot be applied after purchase.
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