Technology | November 21, 2012

USARAD.com Releases Medical P2P Communicator Software

New tool streamlines and enhances physician-to-physician communications and improves patient care

November 21, 2012 — USARAD.com announced the release of a unique and universal application, currently in beta testing, that facilitates communication between any two physicians, including a radiologist and a referring physician. Advanced software, developed by USARAD’s team of engineers, includes a mobile application that works on virtually all mobile platforms and devices. It utilizes the Radiology-on-Demand cloud-based platform in its core. This solution allows total customization for every USARAD.com client and caters to individual referring physician communication preferences while at the same time strengthens and expands the client’s referring networks.

This application was developed and tested in conjunction with customer Dynamic Medical Imaging (DMI), which operates imaging centers in New York and New Jersey. This unique solution improves patient care and makes important communications more efficient for all physicians.

“Nothing is as important as the relationship between our radiologists and our referring physicians, and this software removes barriers impeding this relationship. After testing this software for only two weeks we already see some significant positive changes in referring patterns, which will contribute to our long-term success,” says Steven Brownstein, M.D., owner of DMI.

“For our outpatient facilities, we have always employed unique strategies helping them grow their referral base and succeed," said Michael Yuz, M.D., founder and CEO of USARAD.com. "These include joint marketing techniques as well as techniques which encourage our radiologists to form critical relationships with referring physicians. As a result, a majority of our clients experience an average growth of 30 percent in the first six to nine months."

In 2013, USARAD.com plans to expand and add additional features to its software and bring it to a general medical market beyond radiology.

For more information: www.usarad.com

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