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Radisphere Implements On-Site Radiology Bridge (ORB™)
Date:9/23/2010

CLEVELAND, Sept. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Radisphere National Radiology Group, a leading, national full-service radiology interpretations provider, has implemented software technology utilized by their on-site staff radiologists at a hospital client site.  The On-Site Radiology Bridge (ORB™) links the on-site staff radiologists to Radisphere's custom engineered radiology workflow system, radii™, the same system that is utilized by all remote Radisphere (SM) radiologists.  

The deployment of ORB has provided significant benefits to Radisphere's hospital clients including decreased turnaround times.  "We've seen a decrease in turnaround times due to the implementation of ORB," said David Harrison, Imaging Services Manager at Wooster Community Hospital, Wooster, Ohio, a Thomson Reuters 100 Top Hospital three years in a row.  "With our on-site radiologist working within the same system, it provides seamless delivery of quality reports in a shorter period of time and has allowed us to completely eliminate all costs for transcription in radiology."

Another major benefit of ORB is the use of Radisphere's critical findings result management solution for studies that are read on-site during the daytime.  "Providing notification of critical results during the day is a significant improvement for our emergency department," stated Dr. Gabriele Pedicelli, Radiologist at Wooster Community Hospital. "It doesn't matter if a patient is in our ER at midnight or at noon in the middle of the day, if there is a critical finding, I will immediately be connected with the referring physician so the critical results can be verbally communicated and I can assure thorough care for their patients."  

In addition to clients crossing off the hefty costs of on-site transcription fees from their budget, Radisphere also obviates the need for other separate software systems. "Since the on-site radiologists are utilizing our system from beg
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