Strategic Radiology Officers
The SR consortium consists of large radiology practices that contribute to the organization’s communal approach by sharing data and best practices, interchanging clinical expertise, and consolidating certain practice expenses. Its physician officers and COO serve to lead and collaborate with this national network of clinically advanced radiology group practices to advance the mission of Strategic Radiology.
Arl Van Moore, Jr. MD, Chairman
Dr. Moore is Vice President of Charlotte Radiology in Charlotte, North Carolina. He is past Chairman of the American College of Radiology Board of Chancellors and the immediate past President of the American College of Radiology. He received his BS at the University of Mississippi in Chemical Engineering. He served as a nuclear engineer in the US Navy Nuclear Submarine Service and then went to the University of Arkansas School of Medicine where he received his MD degree. After completing his Radiology residency and fellowship at Duke University Medical Center he remained at Duke on the Radiology Department teaching faculty. He is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology at Duke. He has published several papers and book chapters.
Dr. Moore has been active in the American College of Radiology on both the state and national levels. He has chaired the ACR Task Forces on Disaster Preparedness and International Teleradiology. As a member of the Board of Chancellors he held the office of Secretary Treasurer and Vice-Chairman of the Board. He has served on the Council Steering Committee and has held numerous offices in the North Carolina Chapter of the ACR including President and Councilor. He has also been actively involved in the AMA.
Rod Owen, MD, Vice Chairman
Dr. Owen is co-executive vice president of Southwest Diagnostic Imaging (SDI) a 68 physician group that serves the Phoenix/Scottsdale Arizona metropolitan area. He also serves as the president, and chairman of the board of Scottsdale Medical Imaging Limited (SMIL), a 44 radiologists division of SDI.
Dr. Owen completed his radiology training at the University of Pennsylvania and moved to Scottsdale in 1992 after completing a fellowship in Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Dr Owen has served as state chapter president for the Arizona Radiology Society. He current serves on the council steering committee of the national American College of Radiology. His hospital participations include former medical directorship, Information Technology Steering Committee member, and chairman of the Scottsdale Healthcare Quality Resource Management committee.
William Glucksman, MD, Secretary
Dr. Glucksman has been a practicing radiologist at Jefferson Radiology in Hartford, CT since 1996. He has contributed a number of articles to relevant industry publications including American Journal of Medicine and Radiology, and is a member of several industry associations such as the American Roentgen Ray Society (ARRS), New York Roentgen Ray Society, and Radiologic Society of North America (RSNA). He has also contributed information to the Rhode Island Department of Health and to ORTHOPAEDICS (published by Mosby, Inc.). His special interests include musculoskeletal (MSK) imaging and body imaging.
Ronald J. Ruff, M.D., Treasurer
Dr. Ruff is a Board Certified radiologist specializing in diagnostic MRI, Angiography, as well as Vascular and Interventional Radiology. He completed his radiology training at University of Utah School of Medicine. He went on to complete two fellowships, one in Neuroradiology at the University of Utah School of Medicine and one in Vascular and Interventional Radiology from Emory University School of Medicine. Dr. Ruff is a practicing radiologist with Mountain Medical Physician Specialists (MMPS) based out of Murray, Utah. MMPS is the largest radiology and vascular surgery practice in Utah, serving more than 15 locations, including local hospitals and private clinics.
Randal Roat, CHBME, FRBMA, Chief Operations Officer
As COO, Randal Roat collaborates with the leaders of these radiology group practices to advance the mission of Strategic Radiology. His extensive experience in radiology specific operations, product development, and strategic planning aligns extremely well with Strategic Radiology's goals. Roat took on the role of SR COO after serving as vice president of radiology services for Medical Management Professionals, Inc. (MMP).
Roat is a past recipient of RBMA’s Calhoun Award and has served as presenter of many education sessions, radiology association meetings, and trade shows. He is also a frequent contributor to various industry newsletters and publications. In addition to his background in operations, product development and strategy, Roat is also well versed in technology development, physician relationship management, and government regulatory and legislative issues related to radiology.
Greg Rose, MD, PhD, Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Rose is Chief Medical Officer (CMO) of Strategic Radiology, appointed in 2017, where his principle role is leading clinical quality efforts and extending subspecialized reading service lines offered to members. Dr. Rose completed his radiology residency at Baylor University and an MRI fellowship at Mayo Clinic, before joining a large private practice in Houston. He founded Rays®—a highly regarded teleradiology service that consistently earned top ratings from customers in KLAS surveys—and grew the company to serve 250 facilities. An expert in theoretical physics, Dr. Rose earned his Ph.D. from Texas A & M, and holds three radiology technology patents. He has published research in the fields of solid-state theory, laser theory, mammography, teleradiology, and magnetic resonance elastography. He was a co-architect of a trademarked distributed-reading platform with a unified worklist and has been in private radiology practice since 1998.