StatRad is pleased to announce its support for the California Radiological Society as a Silver Exhibitor at the society’s annual meeting in Newport Beach September 20-22.
As a California-based company, StatRad supports local California radiologists by providing teleradiology solutions that help – not compete with – local radiology groups.
StatRad started in 1996 as a small company providing overnight services to just a few groups in the San Diego area and has grown into a much larger radiology practice offering teleradiology services to groups across the country. “We have very strong relationships in the local California area,” said Joe Moock, CEO of StatRad. “However, we offer all of our customers the same exceptional customer service, no matter where they are located.”
Meeting attendees can stop by StatRad booth #16 to learn more about the new service RadConnect, which is powered by StatRad. RadConnect is an online solution for sharing radiology studies with patients, referring physicians and other facilities. RadConnect’s easy collaboration tools can help reduce radiation exposure from duplicate exams and provide better service to referring physicians. RadConnect is free to use – there are no upfront costs for you and your patients can store their studies free for 60 days.
StatRad is a private, radiologist-owned teleradiology services provider. The company’s proprietary internally-developed technology system was specifically built for teleradiology and provides a customizable, user friendly interface that helps radiology groups streamline processes, increase efficiencies and deliver measurable results. StatRad received the Best in KLAS award for Teleradiology Services in the 2012 Best in KLAS Awards: Software & Services report.
About California Radiological Society
The California Radiological Society (CRS) was established as a chapter of the American College of Radiology (ACR) in 1978. The specific and primary purposes of the CRS are to be a professional association advancing the science of radiology, improving radiologic service to patients and the medical community, and studying the economics of radiology; the encouragement of improved and continuing education for radiologists; and the establishment and maintenance of high medical and ethical standards in the practice of radiology.