First Read Initiative
June 25, 2019
Making imaging accessible to those in need
Joshua Sokol, MD, was shocked to learn that over 4 billion people worldwide lack access to imaging technology or radiology services. He's determined to change that.
On October 26, 2018, vRad learned that due to two programming updates in its billing partner’s software, some billing statements were mailed to the wrong address.
vRad’s industry-leading quality assurance program is the foundation of our practice and exemplifies our commitment to consistent patient care.
Make informed decisions about staffing optimization, imaging utilization and clinical quality with transparent insight and metrics – only available from vRad.
Because every second counts—vRad’s patented workflows automatically escalate Trauma and Stroke studies to the top of our radiologist’s reading lists for expedited review and turnaround.
We’ve got your back – 24/7 subspecialty coverage is vRad’s expertise. Our experienced physicians ensure your patients receive quality coverage day and night.
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vRad has become a center of excellence in the radiology field. The company has translated its vision into strategy excellence, exhibited efficacy in its innovation process, and left a significant impact on business and society.
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