News | Teleradiology | November 21, 2016

StatRad Forms Parent Company NucleusHealth in Corporate Restructuring Move

NucleusHealth to expand teleradiology capabilities, manage growth and launch new image streaming technology and pure cloud solution for managing medical images

November 21, 2016 — In a corporate restructuring move to be unveiled at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 2016 Annual Meeting, StatRad announced the formation of parent company NucleusHealth. The newly created entity will focus on expanding StatRad teleradiology services while commercializing new image streaming technology in a pure cloud-based solution for managing medical images under the soon-to-be-introduced nucleus.io brand.

“Diagnostic medical imaging has a significant role in monitoring, treatment and outcomes in today’s health care ecosystem; however, current image management systems can be problematic for caregivers, hospital administrators and their patients because they often limit access to those who need images for patient care,” said StatRad CEO Vishal Verma, M.D. “These systems can require sizeable data centers that are costly to maintain and support, and they usually dictate which technologies to buy and use, which then become obsolete shortly after purchase and implementation.”

StatRad said its teleradiology customers can continue to rely on the company’s rapid turnaround times and low discrepancy rates to support after-hours coverage, help lower costs and provide better patient care for radiology groups throughout the United States.

NucleusHealth will expand product and service offerings through licensing of its image management solutions under the nucleus.io brand. Technology licensing opportunities include software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions and a web-scale platform-as-a-service (PaaS).

For more information: www.statrad.com

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