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Two major California children's hospitals will implement 24/7 teleradiology services through Aris Radiology
Date:4/3/2017

HUDSON, Ohio, April 3, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Aris Radiology, a national radiology practice and leading provider of on-site and remote radiology services to hospitals nationwide, has been tapped to provide 24/7 pediatric teleradiology coverage to 302-bed Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford in Palo Alto, California, and 279-bed Children's Hospital of Orange County in Orange, California.

Aris will provide both hospitals with around-the-clock access to its nationwide network of pediatric radiology subspecialists. Because Aris radiologists contract to progressive subspecialty service-level standards for turnaround time and clinical quality, the agreement will ensure timely delivery of diagnostic radiology reports while supporting the hospitals' ongoing quality and performance improvement efforts. Aris is the largest pediatric teleradiology provider in the country.

With more than 250 radiologists who interpret an estimated 2.5 million studies annually across 300 client sites, Aris offers 24/7 access to one of the nation's largest networks of subspecialized radiologists. The company also maintains a robust IT platform that helps increase the speed with which both attending physicians and patients receive results.

"As hospitals assume greater risk for their patients' clinical outcomes and satisfaction, the need to partner with highly specialized and engaged radiologists has never been greater," said Aris President and CEO Carl Kozlowski "Aris understands that need and offers a demonstrated level of service that will support our partners' efforts to continue raising the bar on quality and satisfaction."

About Aris Radiology
Founded in 2007, Aris Radiology is one of the nation's most established providers of professional radiology services.  As a national radiology group, Aris works with hospitals across the country to help transform imaging departments - creating solutions that elevate performance and deliver lasting results. The group's unique approach enables hospitals to take advantage of its network of board certified, US-based, subspecialty radiologists, as well as a dedicated on-site team of general radiologists, providing expert care regardless of the hospital's size or location. For more information, visit arisradiology.com.

Contact: Rebecca Kirkham
Lovell Communications
615.297.7766
rebecca@lovell.com

 

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