Get A Radiology Second Opinion Online | Fees From $200+
Request A Radiology Second Opinion Online
A second opinion is when an additional subspecialty radiologist from the National Diagnostic Imaging company provides a second interpretation or review of the radiology images.
If you are not sure if a radiology report was thorough or accurate, you can request a second opinion from National Diagnostic Imaging.
A second opinion from a US board certified, fellowship trained subspecialty trained radiologist at NDI may provide you with an alternative to an invasive treatment or procedure.
Secondary radiological interpretations are sometimes required by clinical or legal services in order to confirm or clarify a competent diagnosis or point of contention.
NDI radiologists interpret radiology exams, diagnostic imaging tests and studies and then write detailed, informative, unbiased and definitive second opinion reports based on their findings and conclusions.
Radiology Second Opinions, Overreads and Secondary Interpretations For Individuals And Private Studies
Errors in diagnostic radiology occur for a variety of reasons related to human error, technical factors and system faults. It is important to recognize that various cognitive biases contribute to these errors.
Medical imaging plays an essential role in the evaluation of patients. However, medical errors can still occur.
Learn how American radiology institutions deal with second opinion consultations on outside studies, here.
A survey showed that common practices in academic radiology are to add outside studies to the institutional PACS without mandating an internal report and to bill insurers but not patients for second opinion consultations.
National Diagnostic Imaging performs radiology reads for patients, private individuals, lawyers, insurance companies and other entities.
NDI radiology second opinion fees are determined by the type of study being interpreted, the number of body parts and the number of studies. NDI fees for radiology second opinions and overreads are listed below.
Radiological Study Second Opinion And Overread Prices
- Echocardiogram Second Opinions: $400 Per Study
- MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) Second Opinions: $300 Per Study
- CT (Computed Tomography) Second Opinions: $300 Per Study
- “B” Reading Services To Detect Lung Disease: $300 Per Study
- Ultrasound Second Opinions: $275 Per Study
- X-Ray Second Opinions: $200 Per Study
- PET/CT (Positron Emission Tomography/Computed Tomography Second Opinions: $500.00 Per Study
- Radiology Overread Services For Medical Diagnostic and Legal Overreads: Starting at $500 Per Study
- Nuclear Medicine Imaging Second Opinion Interpretation Costs From $200+ Per Study
National Diagnostic Imaging performs radiology reads for private individuals, lawyers, insurance companies and other entities. Our professional rates for private study interpretations are determined by the type of study being requested, the number of body parts and the number of studies. These rates range from $200 to $500 per study.
How You Request A Radiology Second Opinion Online
Call 216-514-1199, email firstname.lastname@example.org or submit the form here.
Please contact NDI to request a second opinion of a radiological test or exam.
About The National Diagnostic Imaging Teleradiology Company
NDI telemedicine experts use technology such as PACS software, Zoom video conferencing, digitally based medical imaging for radiology and the Internet to connect hospitals and referring physicians with NDI subspecialty radiologists for consultations and in-depth advice.
NDI teleradiologists interpret medical images while not physically present in the location where the images are generated. The NDI teleradiology company is a group of US Board certified and fellowship trained radiologists with subspecialty expertise.
About National Diagnostic Imaging Teleradiology Services
Referring physicians and healthcare providers use National Diagnostic Image teleradiology services to electronically transmit medical images to remote offsite NDI radiologists for radiology reads, diagnostic interpretations and second opinions.
NDI trained teleradiologists dictate and write formal reports that document and communicate the results of the radiologic study or procedure.