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Where industry finds partnership in IR

Corporate relations

Corporate relations at SIR works to facilitate partnerships and exchange between our community of IR practitioners and the businesses driving to develop and distribute medical technologies. With SIR and SIR Foundation, industry now has the ideal venue to get closer to users of its technologies, support community growth in everything from early career training to research on outcomes, and ensure products are developed with an eye toward optimal application and deployment.

Our tradition of partnership started over 40 years ago, when new devices enabled clinical pioneers to attempt the first true, minimally invasive, interventional techniques and inaugurate our current era of modern medicine.

As the newest independent specialty, interventional radiology continues to find its mission aligned with those innovative companies that seek to advance the edge of the field and ally with SIR as a pillar of the global medical community.

Corporate support and the ambassador program

Far-sighted industry partnerships enable SIR and SIR Foundation to create a systemic impact on the field of interventional radiology. In particular, the Corporate Ambassador Program (CAP) is SIR's marquee program for recognizing your business' engagement. Learn how your company can become one of our corporate ambassadors and how CAP works to advance the mission we all share. Also, consider becoming a SIR Foundation gala sponsor at SIR 2018.

Exhibit opportunities

Your company's exhibit at an SIR meeting is just the beginning. Intensive meetings, like LEARN with its advanced PAD content, Y90: The Complete Course in interventional oncology and the Fellows Spring Practicum for graduating trainees, create intimate audiences of physicians with specialized interests and practices. Meanwhile, the comprehensive and community-encompassing Annual Scientific Meeting provides energetic and meaningful engagement across the entire community of practicing and future IRs.

Advertising opportunities

Work with our office to access a wide range of advertising platforms to meet specific business objectives and budgets.

Extend your reach among practicing interventional radiologists, health care and hospital administration and other key decision-makers year-round through targeted member communications like JVIR, IR Quarterly, digital IR Quarterly, SIR Today, and Guidewire. Or, design your own email blast to engage SIR members with a specific message.

Society meetings further present a multitude of opportunities to place your brand and products in front of practicing IRs.

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ACTiVE 2017

Join the Society of Interventional Radiology for the first meeting of a new series on venous thromboembolism (VTE), focusing on clinical approaches to pulmonary embolism (PE), deep vein thrombosis (DVT), and IVC filters.

This program will benefit interventional radiologists, vascular surgeons, cardiologists, vascular medicine specialists, hematologists, internal medicine physicians, and physician extenders interested in venous thromboembolic disease and IVC filter management.

Oct. 5-7, 2017 in Tempe, Ariz.

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CAP and IR access

James F. Benenati, MD, FSIR and chair of the CAP Delegate Task Force discusses CAP and the SIR Annual Scientific Meeting.

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.”

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The Clinical Research and Registries Division supports Research Consensus Panel (RCP) meetings to discuss critical research areas and determine how the priority topic can be further developed. The RCP is a one day meeting, which is held twice per year. After SIR Foundation Leadership selects a current critical topic in IR, the lead investigator coordinates a panel of multi-disciplinary subject matter experts. Each panelist presents on a specific subtopic and discusses future research needs. - See more at: http://test.sirfoundation.org/clinical-research2/clinical-research3/research-consensus-panel/#sthash.61FzATgR.dpufRe

Research Consensus Panels 

The Clinical Research and Registries Division supports Research Consensus Panel (RCP) meetings to discuss critical research areas and determine how the priority topic can be further developed. The RCP is a one day meeting, which is held twice per year. After SIR Foundation Leadership selects a current critical topic in IR, the lead investigator coordinates a panel of multi-disciplinary subject matter experts. Each panelist presents on a specific subtopic and discusses future research needs. - See more at: http://test.sirfoundation.org/clinical-research2/clinical-research3/research-consensus-panel/#sthash.61FzATgR.dpuf

The Clinical Research and Registries Division supports Research Consensus Panels (RCP) to discuss critical research areas and determine how the priority topic can be further developed. The RCP is a one day meeting, held twice per year, during which time SIR Foundation Leadership selects a current critical topic in IR and the lead investigator coordinates a panel of multi-disciplinary subject matter experts. Each panelist presents on a specific subtopic and discusses future research needs.

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Coding decoded

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.

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SIR has impact

From global networks to local practice

SIR advocates on behalf of its members and interventional radiology before Congress, medical governing bodies, insurance carriers and other key decision-makers. The society also reaches around the world and out to partners across corporate, public and private sectors to ensure the story of interventional radiology is spread through a range of communication channels.

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