Ultrasound Reads And Interpretations From $15+ Per Study
Ultrasound Reading Services and Secondary Interpretations
National Diagnostic Imaging provides ultrasound imaging scan interpretations, ultrasound reading services, ultrasound diagnostic imaging reporting and secondary reads via teleradiology in all 50 states.
Ultrasound reading rates start at $15 per study. Second opinion ultrasound interpretation fees at NDI start at $200.
To request rates for ultrasound reading services and ultrasound results interpretations, please call 216-514-1199, email firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the form below.
NDI Ultrasound Readers Interpret Ultrasound Results For Healthcare Providers And For Patients
NDI teleradiology company radiologists read and interpret ultrasound studies for hospitals, ultrasound facilities and diagnostic imaging services located throughout the United States.
Get An Ultrasound Imaging Result Second Opinion Interpretation Online
To maximize an ultrasound diagnostic result, patients and referring physicians pay NDI a nominal fee to write and deliver a detailed and comprehensive second opinion interpretation via teleradiology.
Treating physicians understand when a patient asks for an ultrasound second opinion report from National Diagnostic Imaging.
US board certified, fellowship trained radiologists at NDI often provide an alternative diagnosis or helpful information in their second opinion diagnosis. Getting a second opinion on an ultrasound imaging result is simple process.
Treating physicians and patients share ultrasound scans and medical records with NDI via a secure teleradiology system in order for second opinion reports to be written and delivered.
NDI fellowship trained radiologists also provide written second opinions for ultrasound imaging tests for individual patients. Please email email@example.com or call 216-514-1199 if you would like to request an ultrasound test result second opinion interpretation.
NDI Provides Ultrasound Results Reporting Services and Consultations To Mobile Ultrasound Providers
Portable ultrasound is a modality of medical ultrasonography that utilizes small and light devices, compared to the console-style ultrasound machines that preceded them. In most cases these mobile ultrasound systems could be carried by hand and in some cases even operated for a time on battery power alone.
NDI radiologists also provide written second opinions for ultrasound imaging tests.
About NDI Ultrasound Readers
NDI provides radiology image interpretations via teleradiology. National Diagnostic Imaging is a physician-owned teleradiology service provider that offers ultrasound diagnostic imaging reporting services. Ultrasound is also one of the most relied-upon imaging modalities. Our board-certified subspecialty trained radiologists read and interpret medical ultrasound imaging studies. NDI workflow consists of all forms of Mobile/Portable Ultrasound technology interpreting general ultrasound studies which consists of:
National Diagnostic Imaging offers turnaround times customized for our customers for ultrasound report delivery and personalized service. We take pride in providing 24/7/365 routine, priority, and STAT reports at no additional charge
If your organization is looking for a teleradiology solution for your interpretations please call 1-800-950-5257 toll free or for pricing on our diagnostic reading and reporting service or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Types Of Ultrasound Interpretation Reports Delivered By National Diagnostic Imaging Via Teleradiology
- Early pregnancy ultrasound interpretations
- Thyroid ultrasound interpretations
- Renal ultrasound results interpretations
- Carotid ultrasound interpretations
- Obstetric ultrasound interpretations
- Fetal doppler ultrasound interpretations
- Pelvic ultrasound interpretations
- Liver ultrasound interpretations
- Carotid artery ultrasound results interpretation
- Lung ultrasound image interpretations
The easiest way to get access to teleradiology services in the United States is to call National Diagnostic Imaging at 1-800-950-5257 or email email@example.com.
National Diagnostic Imaging Radiologists Interpret Thyroid Ultrasound Results
Thyroid ultrasound is used in diagnosis of tumors, cysts or goiters of the thyroid, and is a painless, no-risk procedure.
Types Of Ultrasound Results Interpretation Reports Written By National Diagnostic Imaging Radiologists And Delivered Via Teleradiology
- Carotid artery ultrasound results interpretations
- Thyroid ultrasound results interpretations
- Renal ultrasound results interpretations
- Abnormal kidney ultrasound results interpretations
- Liver ultrasound results interpretations
- Liver cirrhosis ultrasound findings
- Pelvic ultrasound results interpretations
- Scrotal ultrasound results interpretations
- Abdominal ultrasound results interpretations
- Bladder ultrasound results interpretations
- Pregnancy ultrasound results interpretations
- Ultrasound findings of pneumothorax
- Ultrasound findings of cholecystitis
- Ultrasound findings of appendicitis
- Ultrasound findings of thyroid cancer
- Ultrasound findings of Trisomy 13 (Patau Syndrome)
- Ultrasound findings of portal hypertension
- Ultrasound findings of pyelonephritis
- Ultrasound findings of ectopic pregnancy
- Ultrasound findings of pancreatitis
- Ultrasound findings of down syndrome
NDI Radiologists Interpret Prenatal Ultrasound Test Results Via Teleradiology
Ultrasound scans use sound waves to build a picture of the baby in the womb. The scans are painless, have no known side effects on mothers or babies, and can be carried out at any stage of pregnancy.
NDI Radiologists Interpret Ultrasound Imaging Of The Abdomen
Ultrasound imaging is used to help diagnose pain or distention (enlargement) and evaluate the kidneys, liver, gallbladder, bile ducts, pancreas, spleen and abdominal aorta. Ultrasound is safe, noninvasive and does not use ionizing radiation.
NDI Radiologists Interpret Abdominal Ultrasounds And Deliver Their Reports Via Teleradiology
Abdominal ultrasonography is a form of medical ultrasonography to visualize abdominal anatomical structures. It uses transmission and reflection of ultrasound waves to visualize internal organs through the abdominal wall.
Introduction To The Interpretation Of Abdominal Ultrasound
Posted on YouTube on July 8, 2014 by Radiology Residency UM/JMH
About General Ultrasound
Ultrasound imaging uses sound waves to produce pictures of the inside of the body. It helps diagnose the causes of pain, swelling and infection in the body’s internal organs and to examine an unborn child (fetus) in pregnant women. In infants, doctors commonly use ultrasound to evaluate the brain, hips, and spine. . It also helps guide biopsies, diagnose heart conditions, and assess damage after a heart attack. Ultrasound is safe, noninvasive, and does not use radiation.
Different Ultrasound Techniques Exist For Different Conditions
Hysterosonography, also called:
- Saline Infusion Sonography
- Ultrasound – Uterus
Obstetric Ultrasound, also called:
- Sonography – Obstetric
- Ultrasound – Obstetric
Ultrasound – Abdomen, also called:
- Abdominal Ultrasound
- Sonography – Abdomen
Ultrasound – Abdomen (Children) , also called:
- Abdominal Ultrasound (Children)
- Children’s (Pediatric) Ultrasound – Abdomen
- Pediatric Ultrasound – Abdomen
- Sonography – Abdomen (Children)
Ultrasound – Breast, also called:
- Breast Ultrasound
- Sonography – Breast
Ultrasound – Carotid, also called:
- Carotid Ultrasound Imaging
- Sonography – Carotid
Ultrasound – General , also called:
- General Ultrasound
- Sonography – General
Ultrasound – Musculoskeletal, also called:
- Musculoskeletal Ultrasound
- Sonography – Musculoskeletal
Ultrasound – Pelvis, also called:
- Pelvic Ultrasound
- Sonography – Pelvis
Ultrasound – Prostate, also called:
- Prostate Ultrasound
- Sonography – Prostate
Ultrasound – Scrotum, also called:
- Scrotal Ultrasound
- Sonography – Scrotum
Ultrasound – Thyroid, also called:
- Sonography – Thyroid
Thyroid Ultrasound, also called:
- Sonography – Vascular
- Vascular Ultrasound
Ultrasound – Venous (Extremities), also called:
- Sonography, Venous – Extremities
- Venous Ultrasound (Extremities)
Ultrasound-Guided Breast Biopsy, also called:
- Biopsy-Breast, Ultrasound-Guided
- Breast Biopsy, Ultrasound-Guided
- Needle biopsy of the breast, ultrasound-guided
Ultrasound Principles & Instrumentation – Orientation & Imaging Planes
Posted on YouTube On December 16, 2017 by MedCram – Medical Lectures Explained CLEARLY
Ultrasound Interpretation FAQs
Question: How Do You Read an Ultrasound Image?
Answer: So the first step to help you read the ultrasound image is to be familiar with the anatomy that you are imaging. Various body tissues conduct sound differently. To read an ultrasound picture, look for white spots on the image to see solid tissues, like bones, and dark spots on the image to see fluid-filled tissues, like the amniotic fluid in the uterus. Learn more here.
Question: How Do You Read An Ultrasound For Gender?
It is obtained by looking at a profile view of the fetus (known as the midline sagittal plane). There is a nub at the end of the spine, called the caudal notch. If it is pointing downward at a 10-degree angle, then the fetus is a girl. Learn more here.
Question: How Do You Read A Pregnancy Ultrasound Report?
Understanding Your Fetal Ultrasound
Posted On YouTube On May 14, 2019 by UTSWMed
Question: What Information Is On An Ultrasound Picture?
Answer: Ultrasound imaging is a medical procedure that uses sound waves. The sound waves travel through the body and provide an image of the body’s internal organs and solid tissues. Such ultrasound images allow medical professionals to check the condition of different tissues, internal organs, and bodily fluids. Learn more here.
Question: How Much Do Ultrasound Interpretations Cost?
Answer: Ultrasound reading rates start at $15 per study. Second opinion ultrasound interpretation fees at NDI start at $200.
Contact National Diagnostic Imaging
Please contact National Diagnostic Imaging by either calling the main office at (216)-514-1199 or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to request a quote for ultrasound reading services or an ultrasound second opinion interpretation.
Accreditation Programs For Diagnostic Imaging Centers In The U.S.
ACR Accreditation is recognized as the gold standard in medical imaging. The ACR offers accreditation programs in CT, MRI, breast MRI, nuclear medicine and PET as mandated under the Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act (MIPPA) as well as for modalities mandated under the Mammography Quality Standards Act (MQSA). Accreditation application and evaluation are typically completed within 90 days.
The ACR has accredited more than 39,000 facilities in 10 imaging modalities. They offer accreditation programs in Mammography, CT, MRI, Breast MRI, Nuclear Medicine and PET, Ultrasound, Breast Ultrasound and Stereotactic Breast Biopsy.
The Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) accredits educational programs in radiography, radiation therapy, magnetic resonance, and medical dosimetry.
The National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC) provides the structure and resources you need to develop and operate a high-quality breast center. Programs that are accredited by the NAPBC follow a model for organizing and managing a breast center to facilitate multidisciplinary, integrated, comprehensive breast cancer services.
Get information from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) about their requirements for accreditation of advanced diagnostic imaging suppliers, here.
The Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC) is a nonprofit, nationally recognized accrediting organization. The IAC was founded by medical professionals to advance appropriate utilization, standardization and quality of diagnostic imaging and intervention-based procedures.
The IAC is a nonprofit organization in operation to evaluate and accredit facilities that provide diagnostic imaging and procedure-based modalities, thus improving the quality of patient care provided in private offices, clinics and hospitals where such services are performed.
With a 30-year history of offering medical accreditation to facilities within the U.S. and Canada, IAC is also now offering accreditation in international markets. The IAC programs for accreditation are dedicated to ensuring quality patient care and promoting health care and all support one common mission: Improving health care through accreditation®.
The ACVR is the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) recognized veterinary specialty organization™ for certification of Radiology, Radiation Oncology and Equine Diagnostic Imaging.
If you are a radiology imaging service in the United States that is looking for a company that can provide daytime, nighttime, weekend and holiday coverage for your current and future case volume, contact National Diagnostic Imaging by phone at 216-514-1199 or by emailing email@example.com.