RADPEER peer review: relevance, use, concerns, challenges, and direction forward

Hani Abujudeh, Robert S. Pyatt, Michael A. Bruno, Alison L. Chetlen, David Buck, Susan K. Hobbs, Christopher Roth, Charles Truwit, Rajan Agarwal, Scott T O Kennedy, Lucille Glenn

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RADPEER is a product developed by the ACR that aims to assist radiologists with quality assessment and improvement through peer review. The program opened in 2002, was initially offered to physician groups in 2003, developed an electronic version in 2005 (eRADPEER), revised the scoring system in 2009, and first surveyed the RADPEER membership in 2010. In 2012, a survey was sent to 16,000 ACR member radiologists, both users and nonusers of RADPEER, with the goal of understanding how to make RADPEER more relevant to its members. A total of 31 questions were used, some of which were repeated from the 2010 survey. The ACR's RADPEER committee has published 3 papers on the program since its inception. In this report, the authors summarize the survey results and suggest future opportunities for making RADPEER more useful to its membership.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)899-904
Number of pages6
JournalJournal of the American College of Radiology : JACR
Issue number9
StatePublished - Sep 1 2014


  • OPPE
  • peer review
  • PQI
  • quality and safety

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  • Journal Article


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