13 Jan 2013 | Wooster Community Hospital
It depends on what part of your body your doctor is interested in and the reason for the exam. Radiologists are the doctors who specialize in reading these images and collaborate with your doctor to determine what issue they want to diagnose.
07 Jan 2013 | Wooster Weekly News
Many patients ask about the differences between a CT scan and an MRI. "Which is better?" or "Should I have one over the other?"
23 Dec 2012 | Wooster Daily Record
They sound similar - so which one is better?
20 Dec 2012 | Radisphere
The field of radiology is known for its rapid innovations in technology. We continually offer up exciting new ways to image the body, but when it comes to improving the accuracy of professional interpretations, little meaningful progress has been made in the last 50 years. This is true in part because current radiology peer review models are insufficient, and in some circumstances, even harmful to quality improvement efforts. To achieve our most important purpose—the provision of safe and high quality healthcare—radiologists must find a new and more effective way to conduct peer review.
11 Dec 2012 | Moultrienews
Radisphere (RadisphereGroup.com), the largest and fastest-growing national radiology group in the United States, today announced the hiring of Jennifer Ruth Cranny, M.D. as the Onsite Medical Director of Radiology at East Cooper Medical Center in Mount Pleasant, SC.
29 Nov 2012 | Fierce Healthcare
Radisphere (), the largest and fastest-growing national radiology group in the United States, today announced that South Fulton Medical Center in East Point, Georgia has renewed its contract for exclusive radiology services through 2013. Financial terms of the contract were not disclosed.
09 Nov 2012 | HospitalManagementNet
Adventist Medical Center-Hanford in California implemented a new imaging procedure, a computed tomography (CT) brain perfusion exam, to improve stroke diagnosis and management. The hospital will use the CT brain perfusion exam, implemented with the help of Radisphere, to obtain improved diagnostic information from suspected stroke patients.
08 Nov 2012 | FierceHealthcare
Radisphere, the largest and fastest-growing national radiology group in the United States, today announced that it has helped implement a new imaging procedure for the medical staff at Adventist Medical Center - Hanford in California. The procedure, known as a computed tomography (CT) brain perfusion exam, can provide better diagnostic information for suspected stroke patients.
05 Oct 2012 | MD News
Radisphere announced that it has partnered with the National Rural Health Association (NRHA) to bring high quality, lower cost radiology services to the rural hospital community.
04 Oct 2012 | WTOP Radio
Dr. Paul Forsyth, Director of Radiology at Washington Adventist Hospital, explains the importance of early detection for breast cancer