Technology | December 04, 2014

BRIT Systems Introduces new Concept in Reading Services

Collaborative Radiology Pool designed to support radiologists

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December 4, 2014 — BRIT Systems introduced the Collaborative Radiology Pool (CRP), a concept in reading services that creates new opportunities for radiologists and radiology practices. CRP is the first joint offering between BRIT Systems and Imaging Advantage, LLC.

CRP provides the marketing, technology and professional services that enable radiologists to either submit studies to be read by approved/credentialed radiologists in the pool or read studies from the pool for those sites where they have been approved / credentialed.  Other services and utilities can also be utilized, such as the concierge services for providing 24 x 7 service level tracking, billing and shared work list tools for private practices.

CRP can be used for overflow work, night reading, backup support, specialty reading or for second opinions. Radiologists may join the CRP and read studies from the pool as well as contribute studies to the pool. There are no minimums or monthly requirements, nor are radiologists required to ever put studies into the pool.

BRIT highlighted CRP at RSNA 2014

For more information: www.brit.com

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