News | September 20, 2010

Cost, Time are Key Factors in Choosing Remote Radiology Services

September 20, 2010 — Healthcare providers are most concerned about cost and turnaround time when they are evaluating potential remote radiology services, according to the 2010 U.S. Remote Radiology Study from CapSite.

The study provides unique Voice of Customer (VOC) insight from more than 700 healthcare providers across the United States. Another key finding was that 21 percent of study participants indicated that they have plans to evaluate remote radiology services in the next 18 months. Nighthawk and Virtual Radiologic are the two key vendors in the remote radiology market, CapSite said, with 22 percent and 15 percent market penetration/share respectively.

The study includes coverage on the following remote radiology service providers: CRL, Images-On-Call, Nighthawk Radiology (NHWK), NightRays, Teleradiology Solutions, Virtual Radiologic and Vision Radiology.

To obtain a complimentary copy of the report Table of Contents, visit

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