Outsourced Post-Processing Analysis for Radiology and Imaging DepartmentsImage post-processing analysis services—helping radiology and imaging departments improve workflows through improved consistency, at lower cost
Benefits of outsourced image post-processing Analysis for Radiology Departments
Whether it’s vacation coverage, unexpected sick leave support or time-shifting of physicians and technologists to more productive activities, an outsourced image post-processing analysis service functions as a radiology department extension, helping administrators to streamline workflow and improve operations.
PIA’s services removes the cost and complication of the medical image analysis software life-cycle, while enabling radiologists and technologists to access and interrogate the image data using the market leading imaging software of their choice.
Outsourcing post-processing analysis and reporting enables administrators to shift the focus of their radiologists towards the core business of treating patients, while the challenges and expenses of diagnostic image post-processing are handled efficiently and consistently by PIA, providing hospitals and clinics with standardized, reliable reports, as well as significant time and cost savings.
PROVIDES DEPARTMENT-WIDE ACCESS TO ANALYSIS PERFORMED ON MULTIPLE IMAGING SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS AT NO ADDITIONAL COST
fREES RADIOLOGISTS TO SPEND MORE TIME WITH PATIENT AND DIAGNOSIS-CENTRIC ACTIVITIES
IMPROVES THROUGHPUT OF REIMBURSABLE WORK WITH STANDARDIZED MEASUREMENTS AND ANALYSIS
Shifts Technologist's focus from generating data to revenue-creating TASKS
Case throughput production increases of 2x - 4x times per hour
What People Are Saying
I liked my specific software tool, but each software vendor has a specialty. None performed everything well. What I found of great value is PIA’s ability to use different best-of-breed software tools to accomplish the best analysis for each case even if different software platforms needed to be used. This allowed me to deliver the best results for every case.
-Dinesh Kalra, MD
-Lee Mitsumori, MD
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