The American College of Rheumatology (ACR) publishes a variety of rheumatology-related materials — from the latest news in arthritis research and clinical practice, to advocacy and health policy. The ACR’s publications reflect the diversity of clinical and topical issues facing today’s rheumatology workforce.
Arthritis & Rheumatology
A&R is an official journal of the ACR. A&R publishes the highest quality basic and clinical research related to the rheumatic diseases, encompassing a wide range of areas of investigative activity.
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Arthritis Care & Research
AC&R is an official journal of the ACR and the ARHP. AC&R publishes original research, review articles, and editorials that promote excellence in the clinical practice of rheumatology.
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The Rheumatologist is the ACR’s monthly, member newsmagazine, reaching over 11,500 rheumatologists, internists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurses, and other healthcare professionals who practice, research, or teach in the field of rheumatology.
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Our members-only weekly e-newsletter featuring news from the ACR as well as features and hot topics in the world of rheumatic disease.
This members-only, bimonthly e-newsletter provides the latest information on ACR advocacy and policy updates, practice management, insurance issues, and more.
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Stay connected to the ACR with this new members-only e-newsletter. Read exclusive news and updates from the ACR, as well as the Committee Spotlight to find out what the ACR is doing for you.
The Coding Corner is provided as a service to help members communicate more effectively with third-party payors regarding the medical services provided to patients.
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The ACR provides practical career information for rheumatologists, fellows-in-training, and practice administrators.
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The ACR’s white papers cover a variety of topics related practice management, health policy and legislation, research, access to health care, and quality and safety.
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