Rapidly growing teleradiology provider demonstrates safety and quality of care as company addresses global shortage of radiologists
This prestigious designation recognizes an organization's commitment to providing high quality and safe patient care based on ongoing compliance with The Joint Commission’s stringent criteria. Following an unannounced inspection, USARAD passed in the Ambulatory Care category without any conditions, underscoring the company’s dedication to compliance and quality. USARAD was initially certified by
“We are extremely proud that our policies and procedures continue to safeguard patients and help ensure precise exam interpretation by meeting the quality standards of the most widely recognized medical credentialing program in the country,” says
Following its recent acquisition by Nanox, USARAD will be leveraging its network of hundreds of board-certified teleradiologists combined with artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms to help realize the shared vision of providing scanning-as-a-service and implementation of a worldwide end-to-end medical imaging solution leveraging the most advanced technologies and qualified talent, from exam acquisition through interpretation and results reporting. As the new relationship progresses, the partners plan to work with imaging facilities throughout the world, including approximately 6,000 freestanding imaging centers and more than 10,000 urgent care clinics in the
USARAD is radiologist-run and operated company that interprets general and sub-specialty exams in all modalities. Through its unique Radiologist-On-Demand® platform, USARAD provides timely and responsive image review 24/7 with highly qualified radiologists worldwide. Subspecialty interpretations are performed by fellowship-trained radiologists, often with additional certifications, including CAQs and subspecialty board diplomas.
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