NDI Teleradiology Company Clients And Reading Services
About National Diagnostic Imaging Teleradiology Company Clients
NDI clients include clinicians, other radiologists, imaging centers, individual patients, healthcare professionals, hospitals, mobile x-ray services, cardiologists, chiropractors, orthopedic surgeons and physicians.
NDI medical doctors are proficient at using imaging technology and diagnostic radiology to diagnose health problems.
Telemedicine experts at NDI accurately read and interpret patient CTs, MRIs, X-rays, ultrasound scans, musculoskeletal (MSK) ultrasounds, mammograms and echocardiograms for a fee. Teleradiology is one of the most advanced parts of telemedicine in the United States.
Their opinions and diagnoses are completed quickly. To share the reports they write, NDI teleradiologists electronically transmit their findings and conclusions to the teleradiology customer’s location by email and a PACS system.
In the US, private for-profit companies such as National Diagnostic Imaging, offer national teleradiology services (i.e., professional interpretation of radiologic studies of all types by American Board of Radiology certified radiologists).
NDI’s initial focus for teleradiology was for partial, night (nighthawk) and vacation coverage of radiologic studies. Now the NDI teleradiology company provides full-time around-the-clock radiology coverage.
NDI’s teleradiology reporting services currently provide 24/7/365 coverage for small hospitals, clinics, diagnostic imaging centers, emergency rooms, specialty medical practices and urgent care centers. The US teleradiology provider also offers subspecialty radiologic coverage that is not available at smaller medical clinics and centers.
How NDI Writes Radiology Reports
NDI diagnostic radiologists specialize in quickly and accurately interpreting radiology scans and imaging tests for private individuals and healthcare providers. NDI radiologists write reports using medical phrases that healthcare providers can comprehend.
Important Sections Of Radiology Reports Written By NDI Radiologists
- Patient Name
- Date Of Exam
- Type Of Exam
- Clinical Information
- History/Reason For Exam
- Impression (Interpretation)
US-based radiologists at NDI write radiology reports for private individuals and also healthcare providers who ordered the exam.
NDI subspecialty trained radiologists also write radiology reports for quality assurance peer review purposes.
They use a PACS system and teleradiology to detect, describe and classify findings in medical images. They report their findings in paragraph form and lines. Learn how to read your radiology report, here.
NDI diagnostic radiologists specialize in quickly and accurately interpret radiology tests for private individuals and healthcare providers. They use a PACS system and teleradiology to detect, describe and classify findings in medical images.
Fellowship trained and US Board Certified radiologists at NDI report their findings in paragraph form and also use a reporting style where each organ or region of the body is listed as a line.
About NDI Radiology Reading Services
Teleradiology makes it easy for NDI radiologists to deliver quality radiologic interpretations to hospitals and other healthcare facilities facilities.
At National Diagnostic Imaging, our radiologists read numerous types of diagnostic radiology exams, scans and images. These include the following.
- Ultrasound and Mobile Ultrasound
- Computed Tomography (CT), Full-Body CT, Mobile CT and Body Imaging
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Mobile MRI
- Musculoskeletal (MSK)
- Mammography and Women’s Imaging
- X-Ray and Portable/Mobile X-Ray
- Nuclear Diagnostics (PET, CT, SPECT/CT) and Mobile Nuclear Diagnostics
- Orthopedic and Chiropractic Interpretations
- Medical/Legal Overreads
NDI Is One Of The Top US-Based Teleradiology Companies
NDI provides radiology reading services via teleradiology in all 50 states. NDI radiology reading fees start at $8 per study. NDI reads and interprets radiology reports, scans and images. The fellowship trained and US board certified NDI teleradiologists provide final radiology reads, outside reads and radiology second reads to our customers.
Journal of the American College of Radiology
Volume 16, Issue 12, December 2019, Pages 1677-1687
A national survey explored the current state of teleradiology practice, defined as the interpretation of imaging examinations at a different facility from where the examination was performed.
Despite historic concerns, teleradiology is widespread throughout modern radiology practice, helping practices achieve geographic, after-hours, and multispecialty coverage; reducing turnaround times; and expanding underserved access.
Nonetheless, quality assurance of offsite examinations remains necessary. IT integration solutions could help smaller practices achieve teleradiology’s benefits.
Who Uses NDI Teleradiology Services
NDI provides remote radiology reading services, subspecialty interpretations and teleradiology services to a wide range of individuals and organizations including the following.
- Referring Physicians and Doctors
- Radiology Groups
- Receiving Practitioners
- Requesting Clinicians
- Traditional Radiology Practices
- OB/GYN Specialists & Practices
- Prisons and Correctional Facilities
- Medical Imaging Facilities
- Radiologic Technologists and Technicians
- Radiology Departments
- Emergency Departments
- Health Care Professionals
- Urgent Care Centers
- Imaging Centers
- Outpatient Clinics
- Specialty Clinics and Multispecialty Clinics
- Office-Based Imaging Practices
- Small To Medium Size Hospitals Including Rural Hospitals
- Research Scientists
- Academic Institutions
- Insurance Companies
- Legal Professionals
- Medical Professionals
- Primary Care Physicians
To request teleradiology prices and remote radiology reading rates, click here or call 216-514-1199.