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Since launching in March 2020, Starling Diagnostics has reshaped access to diagnostic healthcare services. We spoke with CEO and Founder Abdul Chowdhury, CCO George Chang, and Director of Operations Brian Tabulov, to learn more about…
Dr. Trevor Morrison, an Assistant Professor of Radiology in Body Imaging for the Boston University School of Medicine, explains the benefits of a second opinion and shares answers to common questions patients have following a…
Dr. Andrew Kompel shares answers to the top five questions patients have about their lumbar spine MRI results and explains why every patient should get a second opinion.
From commonly misdiagnosed injuries to three reasons you should seek a second opinion on your shoulder MRI, Dr. Glickman offers guidance to help patients ensure they get an accurate diagnosis.
According to research, nearly 70% of all body MRI interpretations have at least one discrepancy. We spoke with world-renowned abdominal imaging specialist, Dr. Richard Semelka, to learn more about how a second opinion can help…
Dr. Hotaling shares how a breast cancer second opinion can help ensure a correct diagnosis, accurate staging, and successful treatment planning.
Dr. Giovani Lorenz, DocPanel reading radiologist and San Antonio Military Health System cardiothoracic imaging expert, shares how imaging facilities can access processing tools, 30-minute tailored protocols, and subspecialty readers to offer cardiac MRI exams.
Dr. Giovanni Lorenz, a cardiothoracic imaging expert from San Antonio Military Health System reveals how imaging centers can cut exam times to 30 minutes and access subspecialized readers, while also improving accuracy, efficiency, and efficacy.