The recent iohexol shortage has precipitated disruptions in a pharmaceutical supply chain critical to radiologic imaging and has impacted global availability of iodinated contrast media (ICM). The shortage has created a national crisis in radiology departments, curtailing their ability to provide health care to patients who need contrast-enhanced examinations. Radiology departments are familiar with crisis management after more than 2 years of clinical and operational disruptions associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. The iohexol and subsequent ICM shortage has short-term (weeks), midterm (months), and long-term (years) implications. The purpose of this report is to provide strategies for dealing with the shortage in the near term and to discuss long-term issues and potential solutions to supply chain problems impacting radiology departments.