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Optimal Readings to Present at 2009 UBS Global Healthcare Services Conference
Date:2/6/2009

BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Feb. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Optimal Reading Services Group, Inc., the leading provider of radiology optimization services for hospitals and radiology group practices, announced that its chief executive officer, Craig Parker, will present at the 2009 UBS Global Healthcare Services Conference on Monday, February 9, 2009 at 4:30 p.m. EST, at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City.

Optimal leverages a deep pool of radiological talent and technologically-enhanced processes to help hospitals optimize and extend capacity and performance without adding staff and infrastructure. Optimal has the flexibility to provide as much or as little coverage as your hospital/radiology group needs related to image interpretation and management. Optimal is unique in its ability to offer all of the following services under a single roof:

  • Onsite, offsite and hybrid models for radiology coverage
  • Radiology recruiting services using in-depth physician data and precision compatibility matching
  • Consulting services to assist with strategy, staffing, workflow, technology and financial management
  • Preliminary and final reads
  • Coverage for days, nights and weekends
  • Coverage for overflow, vacation and temporary situations
  • Sub-specialty coverage
  • 2nd opinions and QA overreads
  • PACS/RIS technology platform
  • Professional fee billing and practice management services

About Optimal Readings

Optimal Readings provides services to optimize and improve the quality of radiology services in hospitals and radiology groups. Optimal features access to experienced radiologists for full and after-hours coverage, certified subspecialists, high-end medical image analysis technology and proven patient-centric quality methods. Through workload re-balancing and technologically-enhanced processes, Optimal enables healthcare delivery organizations to interpret an increased volume of radiology studies with accelerated turnaround times and minimal operational costs. Optimal constructs tailor-made radiology study interpretation services, integrates on- and off-site clinical staffs and implements a comprehensive system designed to maximize patient care in a cost-effective approach. For each of its customers, Optimal provides a single source for imaging and PACS advice, integration knowledge and radiology optimization. For more information on Optimal Readings, visit www.optimalreadings.com.


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