Radiology Business May 21, 2024
Marty Stempniak

Radiologists are sharing their experience with helping to launch an Uber-like service that provides imaging and other clinical consultations to physicians across the globe.

Experts first designed the program in 2022 to provide subspecialty advice to clinicians in war-torn Ukraine. Those involved have used secure web applications, telehealth platforms and image sharing services to make the program a reality, according to an analysis published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology.

Success in Ukraine also led to Shlomit Goldberg-Stein, MD, and colleagues developing a parallel international program for Department of State employees and families around the world. Combined, the two efforts have provided nearly 400 consultations. About 37% of radiology encounters in the DOS program have provided alternative...

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