A Better Care Delivery Model
Radisphere is a leading provider of cloud based services that enable standards-based radiology across health systems. Our objective is to eliminate errors, waste and variation in diagnostic imaging. Combining proprietary technology, knowledge, and services with unprecedented scale and transparency in the delivery model, Radisphere is proving every day that better radiology performance can improve patient care and bend the cost curve.
- Standards: Our care model is founded on comprehensive quality measures and practices to reduce clinical variation across the system
- Technology: We use cloud-based software with a common worklist and advanced routing to centralize the management of radiology across the enterprise
- Scale: We enable systems to leverage their scale and clinically integrate their delivery network of hospitals, imaging centers and radiology groups
Growing Hospital-Based Radiology Services
Georgia-based Atlanta Medical Center South is among a number of hospitals that are successfully implementing an accountable, standards-based radiology approach.
Radisphere Performance Scorecard
View our radiology performance against key measures for TAT, subspecialty expertise, diagnostic accuracy and utilization.
Hear from NCH Healthcare System CEO Allen Weiss, MD to learn how Radisphere exceeded expectations at this U.S. News & World Report “Best Hospital.”
From Our Blog
Better Radiology in the ED Can Reduce Patient Length of Stay by 10%
Melissa Fass | November 11, 2013
Our latest infographic illustrates how better radiology in the Emergency Department (ED) can reduce patient length of stay (LOS) by as much as 10 percent. The findings represented in the infographic are based on diagnostic research performed across multiple for-profit and not-for profit health systems. The infographic reveals that there is nearly 200 percent variability [...]
Dr. Thomas Hudson Discusses Breast Imaging and Early Detection
Michele Leoni | October 31, 2013
We recently sat down with Radisphere’s Thomas Hudson, M.D., Director of Women’s Imaging at the NCH Outpatient Centers, to discuss Breast Imaging and the importance of early detection. He attended medical school at the University of Maryland in Baltimore, and completed his diagnostic radiology residency at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. He [...]