Diagnostic Imaging is an outpatient radiology practice that supports the community of Prince George’s County, Maryland. Diagnostic Imaging has multimodality facilities that provide services in MRI, CT, PET CT, Ultrasound, Mammography, Dexa and general diagnostic Xray, and is proud to provide care to a diverse group of patients from multiple countries.
Topics: patient access
More than two million COVID-19 cases have been recorded and more than 100,000 people have died in Latin America according to the European Centre for Disease Control and Prevention. When it comes to healthcare, workers continue to man the front lines and do their best to serve their patients.
When COVID-19 first struck, Purview sprang into action. We offered one of our products, software for remote diagnostic image viewing, free of charge for healthcare workers around the globe. But healthcare goes beyond traditional doctors and patients, and for Purview this also includes forensics and veterinarians.
In Latin America, two of the organizations that adopted Purview Image during the pandemic were Abanimal Imágenes Diagnósticas in Bogatá, Columbia and Instituto de Radiología in São Paulo, Brazil.
An important question when exploring the benefits of remote second opinions, other than your patients’ demand, is the potential for increasing your revenue. You need to be sure it’s worth your investment before committing, and we get that. In this post we will walk you through the costs associated with offering remote second opinions and the potential revenue to help you decide whether it is an investment that you want to make.
With immediate phone availability and email response times averaging less than 5 minutes, customer support and satisfaction are among Purview’s highest priorities. We understand healthcare presents a unique challenge to physicians and IT teams around the world. We strive to address these challenges with quick response times, high-level training, and strict satisfaction goals.
Topics: customer satisfaction
As providers grapple with the question of whether telehealth services can provide sufficient care as a substitute for an in-person visit, the global telehealth market is moving forward with or without them. Projections expect the market to multiply by more than 3x by 2025 – to $130.5 billion.
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, telehealth was being adopted at a snail's pace. Today, providers have had no choice but to adopt some form of remote communication with their patients in order to stay afloat. Although the pandemic was the catalyst, there have been many factors that have been slowly moving the healthcare industry toward telehealth, the greatest being patient demand.