News | December 20, 2010

Teleradiology Practice Surpasses 2 Million Cases-Read Mark

December 20, 2010 - NightShift Radiology, an on-call teleradiology practice has now read more than 2 million cases during its 10-year history.

The company’s broad network offers on-call teleradiology services and support to radiology practices nationwide. Its business model emphasizes the establishment of strong relationships to create long-term partnerships that benefits clients.

The majority of NightShift’s radiologists are fellowship-trained, or have advanced Certificate of Added Qualification (CAQ) training. In addition, all radiologists are U.S.-based, which enables them to be scheduled to assignments for five to seven days in most instances. For improved client access, each radiologist can be reached directly via phone or fax.

In addition to standard service delivery systems, NightWatch, the company’s web-based tool, provides real-time access for case review and printing of radiology and administrative reports on-demand.

For more information: www.NightShiftRadiology.com

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