Teleradiology's Role

December 2010
Radiology Today;Dec2010, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p22
An interview with Joe Moock, managing partner of San Diego, California-based teleradiology provider StatRad, is presented. He discusses the condition of the company in the changing teleradiology business. He mentions the effort of the company to work with several groups to set up regional teleradiology programs with smaller groups of radiologists. He also discusses issues concerning how radiology groups deliver radiology services.


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