Strategic Radiology practices have more subspecialized radiologists combined than any other radiology provider in the country.
Nuclear Medicine/PET Physicians
Chest and Cardiac Radiologists
Radiologists look for the presence of disease or pathology in medical images to the best of their professional ability. The most highly skilled radiologists have high accuracy rates and a low percentage of false positive exams. There is some evidence to support the idea that subspecialization in radiology improves quality by:
1. Lindgren EA, Patel MD, Melikian J, Hara AK. The clinical impact of subspecialized radiologist reinterpretation of abdominal imaging studies, with analysis of the types and relative frequency of interpretation discrepancies. Abdom Imaging. 2014 Oct;39(5):1119-26.
2. Buist, D.S.M., Anderson, M.L., Haneuse, S.J.P.A. et al. Influence of annual interpretive volume on screening mammography performance in the United States. Radiology.2011;259:72–84.
Our member practices have access to a Subspecialty Reading Network that provides after-hours and weekend subspecialized coverage in the following subspecialties:
SR Subspecialty Reading Network provides a better platform for the long-term hospital relationship, eliminating the ‘we/they’ finger-pointing scenario.
Every key stakeholder on the hospital side of the equation has remained extremely pleased with the clinical quality of the service and appreciates the fact that it is an extension of our group through Strategic Radiology, and not an unaffiliated, third-party entity.
The cornerstone of Strategic Radiology’s Subspecialty Reading Network is its ability to quickly establish a strong foundation of trust and mutual respect between its radiologists and member group hospital affiliates. The SR after-hours Subspecialty Reading Network is held accountable to delivering the exact same high standards of clinical service quality shared by member practices.