News | November 08, 2010

Teleradiology Provider Changes Name

November 8, 2010 – NightRays, a teleradiology company based in Littleton, Colo., has changed its name to “Rays.” The name change is designed to reflect a wider set of services offered by the company.

Although it originally started out as a night-only teleradiology provider, the company now offers 24/7 services, including placement of shared onsite radiologists (RadShare). Other services offered include: final reads, radiology business consultation, direct billing, RIS/PACS systems and radiology technology.

For more information: www.rays.net

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