Under construction–our clinical platform and network

Strategic Radiology recognizes that health care is consolidating. In order to better serve our patients, hospitals, member practices, and other partners, we are building a scalable national reading platform, quality IT infrastructure, and enhanced clinical subspecialty capabilities to deliver the best possible quality and value in medical imaging.

Clinical Platform

In 2017, Strategic Radiology embarked on a plan to connect all member practices on a clinical platform to enable a deeper level of subspecialization and the ability to deliver final subspecialty interpretations anywhere and anytime they are needed by patients served by Strategic Radiology practices.

Clinical Platform
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  • Reading platform
  • RIS
  • Voice recognition
  • Customized standard reports
  • Critical results reporting
  • Clinical analytics
  • Incidental findings follow-up
  • National blinded peer review
  • Unified worklist
  • Hyper-subspecialization
  • IT support
List 2
Subspecialized Reading Network
Subspecialized Reading Network

Strategic Radiology’s clinical platform will expand on the Strategic Radiology Subspecialized Reading Network, which currently provides after-hours final subspecialized interpretations for member practices in pediatric, body, emergency, musculoskeletal, and neuro radiology, nuclear medicine, women’s imaging, vascular imaging, and general radiology.

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One-call after-hours consults: No calling around.
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True subspecialty final interpretations by board-certified U.S. radiologists.
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Rapid turnaround for both stat and routine reads: Overall avg. 18 min.
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Dedicated support staff.
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Clinical quality standards consistent with SR member groups.
Clinically integrated radiology network

Our clinical platform and national quality IT infrastructure, and credentialing support will enable Strategic Radiology to provide a clinically integrated radiology network organized into virtual subspecialty sections to meet the needs of regional and national partners.