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 Subspecialty Reading Network solution used by SR member groups is held accountable to the same high standards of clinical service quality shared by SR member practices.
Strategic Radiology’s Subspecialty Reading Network is composed of subspecialized radiologists recruited to provide after-hours and weekend subspecialized interpretations. SRN currently provides support for our practices in pediatric, body, emergency, musculoskeletal, neuroradiology, vascular imaging, and general radiology.
Each day, at least 2% of all final reports are randomly pulled for over-reading. This statistically valid, double-blind peer review process at a subspecialized level sets the quality bar at a level consistent with SR member groups. Quality and performance improvement through education and process improvement are the objectives.
The Colorado-based Subspecialty Reading Network teleradiologists maintain their skills by participating in ongoing quality assurance processes, continuing medical education training, and peer review, where individualized modality performance is compared to other teleradiologists in the group. Peer-to-peer transparency is a key element to ensure the SR Subspecialty Reading Network meets and/or exceeds member group clinical quality expectations.
We aim to deliver value exceeding customer expectations.
This was our last-ditch effort before we would have had to hire our own subspecialists to be there 24/7/365, at a significant loss to the practice.
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.
SR Subspecialty Reading Pool provides a better platform for the long-term hospital relationship, eliminating the ‘we/they’ finger-pointing scenario”