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SecondOpinions.com, Featuring a State-of-the-Art Teleradiology and Telemedicine Platform, Introduces Membership Programs for Patients, Employers and Medical Facilities
Date:8/22/2013

rtant this service has been to us.” Cooksey has used SecondOpinions.com six times. “They’ve provided superior, detailed readings comparing images of different types (MRI, X-ray, CT Scans) and from different hospitals for a fraction of the cost of the initial single readings by the imaging centers.” Cooksey has recommended SecondOpinions.com to doctors and friends. “We were very pleased to learn SecondOpinions.com is now offering membership plans. For anyone expecting a series of images related to surgery or other health issues, the membership plan is a great way to save on services that are already surprisingly inexpensive.”

SecondOpinions.com allows patients to simply upload their radiology images (MRI, CT etc.) to a HIPAA regulated, secure, confidential platform and receive a report in the privacy of their own home or office. In addition, doctors in virtually every medical specialty are on standby to provide consultations via phone or video chat. Obtaining a second opinion decreases medical errors, saves lives, and keeps healthcare costs down by preventing unnecessary surgeries and procedures. It gives patients the peace of mind they need and deserve. Quality assurance techniques such as second opinions will soon be mandatory for physicians and medical facilities under The Patient Protection and the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.

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SecondOpinons.com, a division of USARAD.com, is a medical consultation and second opinions leader providing second opinion consultation services in all areas of medicine including radiology. Utilizing a unique, proprietary patent- pending, cloud technology, SecondOpinions.com makes it possible to receive an expert second opinion in the privacy of one’s home or office.

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