Ian Weissman, DO,FACR

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Dr. Weissman is a radiologist and strong patient care advocate who believes in using innovation and leadership best practices to improve the patient experience. He is the first radiologist in the United States to earn the prestigious title of Leadership Mastery through the American College of Radiology's landmark Radiology Leadership Institute. Dr. Weissman is a Fellow of the American College of Radiology (FACR) one of the highest honors the American College of Radiology (ACR) can bestow on a member, awarded to only 10% of College members. The American College of Radiology Association awarded Dr. Weissman the Advocate of the Year Award in 2019 in appreciation for his commitment, leadership and dedication. He is very active in the community serving on the Board of Directors of the Wisconsin Radiological Society, and he is Past President of the Milwaukee Roengten Ray Society. Dr. Weissman is a national Councilor within the legislative body of the ACR, a liaison to the Radiology Advocacy Network, President-Elect of the Wisconsin Radiological Society, and he is a mentor and contributor to the Veterans Affairs new Innovator's Network. Dr. Weissman serves on the new ACR #DitchtheDisk Task Force to promote interoperability in medical imaging, the new ACR Lung Cancer Screening 2.0 Steering Committee, and the new ACR Well-Being Program Committee. He is Chair of the Veterans Affairs Subcommittee of the American College of Radiology's Commission on General, Small, Emergency and/or Rural Practice Network Committee. Dr. Weissman strongly believes in collaboration, and is an active participant on social media @DrIanWeissman, named by CompassPHS as one of the "10 fantastic physicians to follow", and by MD Connect, Inc. as "the 15 doctors dominating Twitter in 2018." Weissman serves on the American College of Radiology's new National Commission on Patient and Family-Centered Care, and is Chair of the Patient and Family-Centered Care Outreach Committee, where they are working hard to put patients and families at the center of healthcare.