Fostering innovation; pioneering treatments
Interventional radiology uses image-guided, minimally invasive treatments to treat a wide array of diseases and conditions throughout the body. More and more, interventional radiologists are becoming part of a patient’s collaborative health care team.
Search SIR's entire catalog for educational opportunities such as live and on-demand webinars, individual meetings and seminars, books, journals and more. Each product is designed to facilitate education and enhance your practice or research.
SIR is comprised of more than 6,000 members involved in all aspects of interventional radiology. Member benefits include discounts on products and education, CME and MOC opportunities, practice resources, news about grants and research funding, updates on advocacy and engagement that is relevant to every stage of one's career.
SIR Foundation is dedicated to advancing the clinical needs of interventional radiology by specializing in developing investigators trained in conducting pivotal basic and clinical trials research.
SIR is committed to quality improvement and mechanisms to assess performance in interventional radiology.Learn more
SIR's nonpartisan political action committee, SIRPAC is dedicated to advancing the interests of SIR members, their practices and patients before Congress. See how the society is working for you in Washington, D.C. and learn how you can get involved in advocating for interventional radiology.
Your link to an incredible resource—6,000 of your peers with whom you can share interests, challenges and successes in a secure environment. Network and collaborate with your colleagues in IR.
The Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology is the society's official scientific journal. Readers know that each issue is filled with high caliber reporting that delivers the most timely medical, minimally-invasive, radiological, pathological and socioeconomic news related to the specialty.
Navigating practice management, quality requirements, safety guidelines and reimbursement just became a lot easier. With this series of toolkits, you ensure that you are meeting myriad requirements, learning best practices and delivering the best possible outcomes for patients.Learn more
NRDR interventional radiology registry
The new national quality registry for interventional radiology, led collaboratively by the Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) and the American College of Radiology, is designed to promote quality of care for patients undergoing interventional radiology procedures.Participate
2016 SIR + SIR Foundation Annual Report
The field is rapidly evolving, aided by the rise of the IR Residency and shifting demographics, and big changes in reimbursement paradigms. Learn how the society prepared for this new era in health care in the 2016 SIR + SIR Foundation annual report, “Strength through strategy.”Read now
SIR’s Health Policy and Economics team provides information on the varied activities the society engages in to ensure proper coding of interventional radiology services. SIR is committed to assisting you, your institution and your staff in submitting accurate claims for reimbursement of services provided.Learn More
MACRA, the 2015 Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act, replaces the sustainable growth rate (SGR) and a patchwork of programs focused on resources use, health information and quality with a new value-based reimbursement model.Learn more
SIR's new meetings and education section is your gateway to learning
SIR's meetings and education initiatives strive to provide various ways to advance physician competence, enhance practice performance, promote patient safety, and, where possible, improve patient outcomes.Enter here