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Foundation Radiology Group Forms Strategic Partnership with Transcription Experts, Acusis
Date:7/20/2010

PITTSBURGH, July 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Pittsburgh-based Foundation Radiology Group (FRG), a premier provider of high-quality, diagnostic imaging professional services, is proud to announce its strategic partnership with Acusis, a national provider of outsourced medical transcription services for hospitals, clinics and physician practices.

Headquartered in Pittsburgh, Acusis delivers healthcare solutions that are designed to improve the productivity and efficiency of medical practitioners by consistently delivering high-quality transcriptions within predefined turnaround times.

"We are proud to partner with a company that is making positive changes to the landscape of healthcare," said Ray Dyer, CEO, Acusis. "FRG is changing the way that radiology services are delivered, and we are happy to help them bring an even higher quality product to their clients."

FRG brings the subspecialty expertise of a highly-skilled team of radiologists to community hospitals using a combination of on-site radiology and teleradiology services. These services allow smaller, rural hospitals to offer the same level of expertise as larger, urban hospitals and to keep funds in their local medical communities.

"From our point of view, this partnership has several key benefits," said Tom Skelton, CEO, FRG. "First and foremost, the Acusis model allows us to provide our valued partners with a higher quality, final report. Increasing the quality of what we do is always a topmost priority for us. In addition, this collaborative relationship with Acusis enables our radiologists to focus their time and energy on the diagnostic aspect of radiology, without the added strain of editing reports. It's about working smarter in order to better serve our clients and their patients – and this partnership will help us to do that."

Both organizations look forward to building on their partnership for collaborative successes in the future.  

About Foundation Radiology Group

Foundation Radiology Group (FRG) is a radiology practice group that partners with rural and suburban hospitals and their radiology groups to bring the world-class diagnostic imaging interpretations to their patients.

FRG combines the subspecialty services of a renowned, highly-trained physician team with a state-of-the-art technology solution to provide hospitals, referring physicians, radiology groups and patients access to high-quality diagnostic imaging services, with industry-leading, final diagnosis turn-around times.

Radiologists in the FRG practice are US-based and dedicated to positively impacting the quality of patient care throughout both the local and national medical community.  The FRG radiologist team offers expertise in every subspecialty, including Pediatric, Neuro, Mammo, MSK, PET/CT, Cardiac CT and Interventional radiology.

FRG's physician team and highly-skilled customer service team are available 24x7-365.

For more information, visit www.frg-rad.com or call 412-223-2272.

About Acusis®

Acusis, a leading healthcare nationwide provider of Higher Standards(SM) outsourced and software medical transcription services is focused on consistent superior performance, integrity with flexible user capabilities. Headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA Acusis delivers integrated solutions to hospitals, clinics and large physician practices. AcuSuite®, its web-based software applications, uses audited secure methods to manage the entire transcription process. A global team located throughout the US, India and the Philippines of 1100 highly trained Acusis associates provide consistent excellence and highest customer satisfaction. Delivering accurate reports with guaranteed quality and 24 hour or less turnaround times at competitive pricing is why healthcare organizations choose Acusis as their long term medical transcription services partner. For more information, visit http://www.acusis.com or call 866-837-6158.


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