Technology for You and Your Patients
How can vRad technology work to serve you and your patients? Our teleradiology clients have benefited from vRad technologies for over 10 years. We are now forging new strategic partnerships with innovative, fast growing practices who want to leverage this technology investment to deliver a higher level of patient care and service to their hospitals.
Rapid report turnaround times
Studies are instantly routed to radiologists by a proprietary study assignment engine and automatically monitored to deliver consistently rapid turnaround times. The current average for emergent studies is under 20 minutes.
High-quality subspecialist interpretations
Staying mindful of turnaround time goals, cases can be automatically routed to our subspecialty-trained radiologists, improving care for your patients.
Convenient Quality Assurance client portal
Clients can submit and check the status of QA requests at any time online. Run statistical reports right in the QA portal.
Auto-escalated order urgency
Elapsed times for all orders are automatically monitored and routed to additional radiologists if needed to ensure rapid turnaround.
Rapid and efficient critical-finding reporting
When a critical finding is found, the radiologist simply clicks for support while an Operations Center team member tracks down the referring physician and connects the call back to the radiologist. This efficiency speeds care for all patients. All communications are documented for reporting to meet The Joint Commission standards.
Radiology Results for the Entire Patient Care Team. Anytime. Anywhere.
vRad Results brings radiology reports, non-diagnostic images and the radiologist right to the point of patient care via Apple® iPhone® or iPadTM mobile digital devices. Any member of the patient care team can also securely access full DICOM images sets and radiology reports from any Internet-accessible computer.
1 Bhargavan et al., Radiology, 2009
2 Discrepancy rates of 6,500,000 studies as collected and reviewed by the vRad Quality Assurance Program between 2007 and 2009 compared to recent literature on radiology quality: Wong et al., Journal of the American College of Radiology (JACR), 2005; Soffa et al., JACR, 2004.