A Better Care Delivery Model
Radisphere is a standards-based national radiology group. Our foundational belief has always been that radiology must be accountable to defined standards that improve patient outcomes and lower the cost of care by eliminating errors, variation and waste across the health system. Over the past 12 years, we built a set of software enabled services to help our practice achieve high compliance against standards and deliver care to geographically distributed regions. We are now launching a new software company to deliver these technology solutions to health systems and their existing radiologists to enable them to identify and eliminate clinical variation in radiology while managing the shift towards value-based care.
- 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
Our solutions enable health systems to ensure radiology compliance against measurable standards. Our results speak for themselves.
Radisphere to Launch Software Company
Radisphere announces plans to launch new software company to empower radiologists and providers to manage the shift to value-based care.
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.
From Our Blog
Radisphere “Specifics in Reporting” Series Now Online to Help Radiologists Stay Up To Speed
Radisphere Radiology | July 15, 2014
Radiologists who want to stay up to speed with the latest guidelines for specific types of imaging studies and incidental findings now can view Radisphere’s “Specifics in Reporting” series online. The articles cover tests such as portable chest X-rays performed for catheter placement and incidentalomas such as commonly found adrenal masses. The following articles are […]
More tests help emergency doctors sleep at night
Radisphere Radiology | April 25, 2014
This is the third in a series of stories on the role of the emergency department in the overuse of imaging. If emergency department (ED) physicians could spend less time thinking about getting sued, they might order fewer radiology tests for their patients. The practice of defensive medicine—where clinicians order testing or make referrals primarily […]
What Makes Emergency Docs Happy with Radiology? Accuracy is #1
Everett Neal | March 15, 2014
Speed is of the essence in emergency departments (EDs). But when it comes to radiology, doctors put quality first. Radisphere recently conducted focus groups with ED providers representing large practices at facilities from three U.S. health systems and found that clinical accuracy ranks No. 1, followed by speed and high-value reports (see chart). Interpretive errors […]