News | June 11, 2008

Diagnostic Radiology Services Consulting Practice Launched

June 12, 2008 - Diagnostic Radiology Services LLC (DRS) has been launched and aims to provide a range of tailored consulting services for the diagnostic imaging and radiation oncology.

DRS was created to assist radiology groups, hospitals, publicly traded imaging companies, senior executives of equipment manufacturers and large-scale lending institutions with the development and management of outpatient imaging centers and radiation treatment centers.

According to the company, DRS was formed to address the changing needs of the imaging and radiology markets and to help providers face recent challenges stemming from the aftermath of the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005. The tailored services offered by DRS include, among others, development and implementation of initiatives that address revenue opportunities, cost management, workflow processes, technology appropriation and implementation, clinical and service excellence, turn-key management, mergers and acquisitions consulting and due diligence, facility design and construction and financial and business development, said the company.

DRA is lead by Steven R. Renard, an imaging executive who serves as chairman, president and CEO. Renard brings more than 15 years of healthcare experience to the new business, most of which have been spent within the diagnostics imaging arena.

For more information: www.radiology-services.com

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