ACR’s Teleradiology White Paper: What It Means for the Industry [VIDEO]

January 29, 2014
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The ACR white paper about best practices in teleradiology that was published in 2013 has been a popular discussion topic over the past several months.

The ACR white paper about best practices in teleradiology that was published in 2013 has been a popular discussion topic over the past several months. David Willcutts, CEO of ONRAD, a radiology services provider based in California that offers flexible, custom radiology service solutions that can include teleradiology, on-site coverage, subspecialty reports and turnkey quality assurance programs, spoke with us about the teleradiology white paper and what he sees as being the most important points.

Willcutts explained that the focus is on important issues related to radiology as a whole, and that these are not exactly unique to teleradiology. A company such as ONRAD has trained radiologists on staff, and it is vital for them to maintain and manage items such as having the right licensure, efficient around time, complying regulations, etc. He stated that as the radiology industry evolves, the two monickers are going to blend and the only way to support clients is to focus on being the best radiologists possible.

In the end, it is all about one core issue – how do radiologists best take care of the patients? The interview with Willcutts can be viewed in its entirety below.