Dr. Raymond Tu Making News in 2018
Posted on: 02/19/2018
Dr. Raymond Tu speaker at the closing Providence Hospital addressing the final Medical Staff Meeting on 11/29/2018 discussing among many issues outpatient imaging services for their patients.
Dr. Raymond Tu was the keynote speaker at the Hope4Nichole Think Pink Event on November 3, 2018 in LaPlata, Maryland speaking to a spirited group of breast cancer survivors and stakeholders.
Dr. Raymond Tu attended the 40th Anniversary Gala of the DC Hospital Association (DCHA) https://www.dcha.org/home pictured with Ms. Jacqueline Bowens (President and CEO DCHA, upper left), Dr. LaQuandra Nesbit (Director DC Health, center https://dchealth.dc.gov/biography/laquandra-s-nesbitt-md-mph), Mr. Robert White (DC At-Large Councilmember, right https://dccouncil.us/council/councilmember-robert-c-white-jr/ ), Mr. Wayne Turnage (Director, DC Department of Health, DC Deputy Mayor, lower left https://dhcf.dc.gov/biography/wayne-turnage-mpa), Manisha Singal (Bridgepont Hospital, center),and Ms. Karen Dale (Market President AmeriHealth DC, right https://www.amerihealthcaritasdc.com/about/staff/index.aspx).
Dr. Raymomd Tu attended the 150th anniversary of the Howard University College of Medicine. Pictured here with Dr. Epps, Dean Mighty and Unity Clinic leadership.
Dr. Raymond Tu swearing in ceremony at the Medical Society of the District of Columbia at 201st Annual Gala. The medical society represents over 12,000 District of Columbia licensees and is the first radiologist to be chapter president. "Click Here" to read more.
Dr. Raymond Tu becomes the 201st president of the Medical Society of the District of Columbia. "Click Here" to read more.
Dr. Raymond Tu's, congratulatory and welcome from the medical community and medical society.
Dr. Raymond Tu receives congratulatory letter from ACR Chief Executive Officer Dr. Thorwarth.
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Dr. Raymond Tu met with Dr. Shelly McDonald-Pinkett, Chief Medical Officer, Howard University with Robert Hay, EVP Medical Society of the District of Columbia to discuss improving patient outcomes and physician engagement with the District of Columbia.
Dr. Raymond Tu, was the faculty lead on a health policy paper with medical student Hardik Valand from United Medical Center and colleagues from the American Society of Neuroradiology, Harvard Medical School, The George Washington University, Vancouver Costal Health Authority, Washington State Radiological Society and Ontario Association of Radiologists authored a health policy paper on MRI and CT resources between Canada and the United States. "Click Here" to read more.
Dr. Raymond Tu, president elect of the Medical Society of the District of Columbia with the AMA delegation represented the District of Columbia at the 2018 Annual meeting in June 2018.
Dr. Raymond Tu, chair of the ACR Medicaid Network, lead the update session at the American College of Radiology Annual meeting May 21, 2018.
Dr. Raymond Tu represented the Medical Society of the District of Columbia as President-Elect at the Howard University 6th Annual Dr. W. Montague Cobb Lectureship in Health Policy on April 18th 2018 discussing how the Affordable Care Act has impacted health care particularly for the residents of the District of Columbia who have benefited from expansion of preventive services as low dose CT lung cancer screening and mammography.
Dr. Raymond Tu, president elect of the Medical Society of the District of Columbia (MSDC), represented MSDC at the District of Columbia Hospital Association http://dcha.org/ reception for Chairman of the Washington, D.C. City Council Chairman Phil Mendelson.
Dr. Raymond Tu and medical students from The George Washington School of Medicine published an article regarding social determinants of health. Click here to read more
Dr. Raymond Tu participated with Dr. Robert Paley at the AMA Medical Student Advocacy Regional Conference in Washington, D.C. and demonstrated radiological techniques to the medical students on March 10, 2018. To read more here.
Dr. Raymond Tu was invited faculty at the 2018 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Spine Radiology at Joint Session 10: Health Care Policy and Economics That You Must Know. "Can you perform high-end spine radiology in a Medicaid dominated practice?"
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