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UrgentRad Simplifies Teleradiology Workflow with the Implementation of a Low-Cost Solution Platform
Date:8/31/2013

Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) August 31, 2013

UrgentRad, an innovator in teleradiology solutions, announces the addition of a new workflow platform designed to accommodate the most complex workflow requirements of teleradiology, The new platform is simple to learn and delivers ease-of-use with exceptional flexibility, scalability and value.

UrgentRad believes urgent care centers should have access to the same high quality radiologists, turnaround times, and efficiencies as hospitals do, and their goal is to improve the overall quality of radiology care for the urgent care industry. Therefore, it has implemented a new workflow platform that leads the radiology industry, in affordability and value.

"Reimbursement reductions and tougher competition are forcing urgent care center owners to find better solutions to improve quality, improve efficiency and still generate a meaningful profit. We understand their situation and that’s why we put this model together - to improve patient care, improve efficiency, and make it affordable.” – Irena Ajic, Director of Digital Marketing.

The new platform allows the technologist an easy way to submit all of the clinically significant information for the radiologist. Thus, providing relevant reports that are specific to the clinical scenario and improving patient care with its accuracy and brevity.

Some features of the new platform:

    •Automatically find and attach prior studies    

    •Cloud based access off-site and long-term image storage.

    •Fully functional web-based image viewer

    •Burn images to a CD

    •Securely receive final reports directly to your email/smart phone, Fax or online.

    •One click call to consult with the interpreting radiologist

    •Real Stat turnaround times of 30 minutes average – on all studies.

    •Have access to performance analytics

Visit UrgentRad.com to learn more.

About UrgentRad

UrgentRad, LLC provides high quality, low cost, radiology interpretations for a large number of centers across the US. With a network of qualified radiologists, working regular day hours, on an efficient and robust technology platform, they are able to provide quality reports in real time for less cost.

•Reliable- UrgentRad has a redundant system, 99.99% uptime, 24/7 support and fully HIPPA compliant.
•Rapid – UrgentRads system is easy to use and Stat reports are available with a single click.
•Decisive – trained radiologists are American Board certified and experts in emergent radiology.

Call (480) 339-5007 to learn more.

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