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Review Hundreds of Interesting Cases, Curated by vRad CMO, Benjamin W. Strong, MD

Our new education platform features .5 credit self-directed CME video case review courses alongside our monthly 1 credit live and recorded webinars.

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Imaging Trends

June 26th, 2018

Imaging Essential to Certification for Successful Stroke Centers

In the fight against stroke, independent certification empowers care organizations, helping ensure their staffs are armed with the best tools available over the long term. Radiologists must design protocols that enable clinical partners to achieve stroke center certification.

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Why vRad?

June 28th, 2018

Why vRad? Finding Work-Life Balance with Barbara Michele McCorvey, M.D.

Hear the story of vRad physician Dr. Barbara Michele McCorvey, whose transition to vRad allowed her the flexibility to spend more time with her family.

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MEDNAX Radiology

August 16th, 2018

Blending Technology Innovations and Clinical Services | Why I joined MEDNAX Radiology Solutions

Imad B. Nijim: As I embark on a new adventure as the CIO of Radiology at MEDNAX and vRad, I cannot help but reflect on the history of imaging informatics – and look ahead to the future innovations that emerging technology will bring.

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  • Our medical staff demands reliability and consistency in radiology services. We know they are satisfied currently due to the low number of issues raised around imaging. And when there is an issue or a question, it is resolved in a timely fashion. This kind of attention and responsiveness from our vRad medical director and the remote radiologists is an important part of our partnership.

    Bruce D. San Filippo, MD, Chief Medical Officer,
    Memorial Medical Center

  • Using analytics to better measure, benchmark and prove overall healthcare value is a complex undertaking. You must know what to measure, how to measure it, and what benchmark goals to choose. For example, when tackling issues like imaging appropriateness, you can't compare your data to a critical access hospital with 25 beds in Vermont if you are a Level 1 trauma center in Los Angeles. Radiology analytics demand context if you are going to make better decisions for better alignment with hospital partners around quality, service levels and performance.

    Philip Hampton, Vice President, Lovelace Health System, New Mexico

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