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NightShift radiology eclipses two million mark in cases read

NightShift radiology eclipses two million mark in cases read

NightShift Radiology, a national on-call teleradiology practice, reports it has passed the two million studies read mark after a decade of service. The milestone reflects the stability of NightShift Radiology in the ever-changing landscape of the teleradiology industry, the company said.

“This achievement not only commemorates NightShift Radiology’s ability to consistently deliver high-quality readings efficiently and effectively, but also our longevity in the marketplace,” said Dr. Michael Myers, cofounder of NightShift. “It’s important for current and future clients to understand that not only do we have an impressive track record, we’re here for the long haul. NightShift’s radiologists can be depended upon to support our clients while protecting their business interests. We want to be considered a valuable asset, not a threat to their practice.”

NightShift Radiology’s network offers on-call teleradiology services and support to radiology practices nationwide.

The majority of NightShift’s radiologists are fellowship-trained or have advanced Certificate of Added Qualification (CAQ) training. In addition, all radiologists are U.S.-based and employed full-time by NightShift, which enables them to be scheduled to assignments for five to seven days in most instances. Each radiologist can be reached directly via phone or fax.

To ensure ongoing refinement and enhancement of services, NightShift’s processes are transparent and feature comprehensive quality assurance/quality improvement programs. In addition to standard service delivery systems, NightWatch, the company’s proprietary web-based tool, provides real-time access for case review and printing of radiology and administrative reports on demand.

During most of the company’s 10 years in business, NightShift cofounder Dr. Eric Trefelner was a columnist for Diagnostic Imaging.

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