Teleradiology Specialists provides many services for your Urgent Care Radiology needs
Turnaround times for readings average 30 minutes or less.
Competitive pricing and customizable report options.
7/365 U.S- Based Support
Radiologists available extended hours, 365 days a year.
How does Teleradiology monitor quality?
Dr. Cohen does quality assurance review of every case that comes in for re-read. Radiologists on staff are also periodically tasked with completing a “teaching file” to provide continuing education for team members.
How competitive is your pricing?
Most clients pay less than $10 per read but still get customized reports, including critical findings analysis, auto fax, and auto email.
How can we get in touch with Teleradiology?
Our client support/help desk is available to customers 7/365. Clients can reach our radiologists for follow-up via phone, live chat, instant messaging, or encrypted email.
How does the technology work?
The OnePacs system we use allows referring physicians to view exams and reports from any computer or portable device. Or, providers may choose to download and install a small software application to their computer. The program will then automatically download and store any completed exam the physician has ordered.
Reasons to Choose Us
Licensed in all 50 states.
Quick Accurate Readings
Live 7/365 Support
From The Urgent Care Radiology Blog
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