1. Radsource Wins 11 New PACS Contracts in the First Quarter of 2019

    Radsource has experienced exceptionally high sales volume in the first quarter of 2019, signing contracts with 11 new PACS clients. In addition to the strong sales results, we’ve continued to expand our existing client base, launching new installs for six existing PACS customers. In the coming weeks, ProtonPACS will go live at a community hospital […]

  2. Hurricane Season 2018: Radsource Protects Client Data from Wrath of Florence

    When threatening weather strikes, Radsource stands ready to support any ProtonPACS customers who may be impacted. Our goals are simple: • Protect and preserve client data • Limit downtime • Protect hardware and equipment The first two weeks of September brought frenzied weather to the Atlantic Basin, producing a total of five named storms, including […]

  3. Radsource Completes 13 ProtonPACS Installations in First Quarter of 2018

    Nashville, Tenn. – Radsource, a leader in radiology clinical services and provider of Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS), added two new ProtonPACS clients in the first quarter of 2018. Additionally, the company launched 11 new instances of ProtonPACS for existing customers, bringing the total installations for the first quarter to 13. Two new hospital […]

  4. MRI Interpretation: Global Billing is Better for You and Your Patients

    Does your radiologist bill patients directly for the MRI interpretation professional component? You may not realize it but, with this approach, your practice is leaving money on the table. At Radsource, we charge a flat fee for all MRI interpretations regardless of study type or whether contrast is utilized, and our clients bill globally for […]

  5. Radsource Adds 11 ProtonPACS Installations in Q4:2017

    Nashville, Tenn. – Radsource, a leader in radiology clinical services and provider of Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS), added four new ProtonPACS clients in the fourth quarter of 2017. Additionally, the company launched new instances of ProtonPACS for seven existing customers, bringing the total installations for the fourth quarter to 11. The company deployed […]

  6. Hurricane Season: Protecting your PACS

    As we are experiencing a dangerous and unpredictable hurricane season, we wanted to remind our customers and colleagues about the steps we take to protect your PACS and critical patient data. As soon as a dangerous storm is predicted, Radsource quickly initiates the following steps: 1.  Prepare standby servers that could be used as replacements […]

  7. Radsource Adds Nine ProtonPACS in Q2 2017

    In the second quarter of this year, Radsource completed nine installations of ProtonPACS, including: Plastikos Surgery Center (Dunwoody, GA), Antioch Medical Imaging (Antioch, CA), Anaheim Hills Imaging Center (Anaheim, CA), Doral Imaging Institution (Doral, FL), Walker Street Imaging (Cypress, CA), Angelina Diagnostic Radiology (Lufkin, TX), Southwest Diagnostic Center (Denver, CO), Arista Medical Imaging (Mesa, AZ) […]

  8. Dr. Leon Toye joins Radsource leadership team

    Radsource would like to announce the addition of Dr. Leon Toye to the leadership team of Radsource, who will now be serving as a Radsource Medical Director, assisting in clinical support duties with Drs. Awh and Stadnick. Dr. Toye has worked with Radsource since 2011, and has 13 years of musculoskeletal MRI experience. Prior to […]

  9. Smaller Hospitals Can Afford a Powerful PACS

    As healthcare costs continue to rise and uncertainty mounts with regard to changes to the ACA, rural and community hospitals face a difficult challenge. With limited financial resources, how is it possible to make the technology upgrades needed to create efficiency and deliver better care? We work with many smaller hospitals who struggle to find […]

  10. PACS Workflow: How Much Time Do You Waste…?

    Think about this. How much time do you waste…. Re-entering patient demographic data? Fixing data entry errors? Faxing and scanning reports? Manually pushing images? Burning CDs? Finding ways to improve workflow is one of the top concerns we hear from our PACS clients. If your current workflow involves multiple points of data entry and manually […]

  11. Radsource Completes a Record 10 ProtonPACS Installations in Q1 2017

    Nashville, Tenn. – Radsource, a leader in radiology clinical services and provider of Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS), has started the year strong with a record 10 installations in the first quarter of 2017. This is the largest number of installations in a single quarter thus far, representing a significant milestone for Radsource and […]

  12. ProtonPACS: Grant Access Feature

    Radsource’s custom-developed client access portal is one of our most popular features for PACS clients. This portal provides an easy, simple and secure way for our clients to access final reports through any web browser. The portal’s integrated Thin Viewer gives physicians the ability to view studies anywhere, at any time, and it works on […]

  13. Radsource Completes Eight ProtonPACS Installations in Q4 2016

    Nashville, Tenn. – Radsource, a leader in radiology clinical services and provider of Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS), completed five ProtonPACS installations for new customers and added three imaging centers for existing customers in the final quarter of 2016. In total, Radsource has added 28 new ProtonPACS customers this year. In the fourth quarter […]

  14. Five Benefits of Cloud PACS

    The term Cloud PACS can encompass an array of titles: Hosted PACS, PACS Software as a Service (SaaS), Off-site PACS, and Web-based PACS. Regardless of the title used, a Cloud PACS must meet certain criteria to qualify as a cloud service as noted by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Each of the […]

  15. Nine Steps to Selecting a PACS Vendor

    The search for a Picture Archiving and Communication System partner can be daunting with multiple vendors each promising a different combination of software, hardware, support and data storage.  Here are 9 simple steps to help guide you through the PACS vendor selection process: Identify all stakeholders and ensure everyone is given the chance to provide […]

  16. Radsource Launches Six ProtonPACS Installations in 3rd Quarter

    Nashville, Tenn. – Radsource, a leader in radiology clinical services and provider of Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS), has rolled out six new installations of ProtonPACS in the third quarter. In 2016, the total number of new ProtonPACS customers is 18. Diagnostic Radiology (Edmond, OK), the practice of Jon D. Donshik, M.D., P.A. (Plantation, […]

  17. Radsource Helps ProtonPACS Clients Prepare for Hurricane Matthew

    As residents and businesses in Florida and along the southern Atlantic seaboard brace themselves for Hurricane Matthew, Radsource is taking proactive steps to protect PACS hardware, software and data for our ProtonPACS clients in the affected regions. We’ve taken the following steps to limit downtime and put our clients in a position to recover as quickly as possible in the event […]

  18. Today’s Interesting Case: Pigmented Villonodular Synovitis

    Radsource radiologists are constantly communicating and sharing knowledge with each other. In our blog series Today’s Interesting Case, our team will post notable cases and images for discussion from time to time. A 24 year-old male presents with knee pain and swelling and a posterior mass. A fat-suppressed proton density-weighted sagittal image reveals extensive lobulated soft […]

  19. Radsource Adds Six ProtonPACS Clients in 2nd Quarter

    Nashville, Tenn. – Radsource, a leader in radiology clinical services and provider of Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS), has expanded its PACS service area with six new installations in the second quarter, bringing the total to 12 new implementations in 2016. Bright Light Radiology (Chicago, IL), South Bend Orthopaedics (South Bend, IN), Low Country […]

  20. Radsource Welcomes New Radiologist – Tom Hash, MD

    Radsource is pleased to announce that we have a new radiologist, Tom Hash, MD. Dr. Hash is a highly experienced musculoskeletal radiologist who obtained his bachelor’s degree from Duke University. He attended medical school at the Medical College of Georgia, which was followed by an Internal Medicine internship at the Naval Medical Center in Portsmouth, […]

  21. Today’s Interesting Case: Pectoralis Tear

    Radsource radiologists are constantly communicating and sharing knowledge with each other. In our blog series Today’s Interesting Case, our team will post notable cases and images for discussion from time to time.  Today’s case involves a 46 year-old male who was injured playing hockey and presents with pain, bruising, and a lump in the anterior chest.   […]

  22. Today’s Interesting Case: Patellar Dislocation

    Radsource radiologists are constantly communicating and sharing knowledge with each other. In our blog series Today’s Interesting Case, our team will post notable cases and images for discussion from time to time.  For our case today, we present an 18 year-old male with knee pain and stiffness after a fall down steps.         […]

  23. PACS Press Release Fourth Quarter 2015

    Radsource, a leader in radiology clinical services and provider of Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS), has expanded its PACS service area with five new installations in the final quarter of 2015. Great Falls Clinic Medical Center (Great Falls, MT), Capstone Family Medicine (Wasilla, AK), Barnhill-Parker Sports Medicine (Amarillo, TX), Sturdy Orthopedics & Sports Medicine […]

  24. Today’s Interesting Case: Stener-like Lesion

    Radsource radiologists are constantly communicating and sharing knowledge with each other. In our blog series Today’s Interesting Case, our team will post notable cases and images for discussion from time to time.   Today’s case involves a 39 year-old male who presented 2 months after injuring his little finger playing basketball with pain along the unar aspect of […]

  25. PACS Press Release 3rd Quarter 2015

    PACS Press Release Nashville, Tenn. – Radsource, a leader in radiology clinical services and provider of Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS), has expanded its PACS service area with six new installations in the third quarter of 2015. Arizona Orthopaedic Surgical Hospital (Chandler, AZ), Houston County Community Hospital (Erin, TN), iRad Associates (Miami, FL), Memorial […]

  26. Today’s Interesting Case: Isolated Coracoid Fracture

    Radsource radiologists are constantly communicating and sharing knowledge with each other. In our blog series Today’s Interesting Case, our team will post notable cases and images for discussion from time to time.   A 15 year-old male presents following a direct blow to the shoulder in football. The surgeon suspects a labral tear.   A fat-suppressed […]

  27. Today’s Interesting Case: Axillary Nerve Entrapment

    Radsource radiologists are constantly communicating and sharing knowledge with each other. In our blog series Today’s Interesting Case, our team will post notable cases and images for discussion from time to time.    A 48 year-old male reports loss of strength in the right arm and shoulder pain since a hockey injury.   A fat-suppressed proton-density […]

  28. Today’s Interesting Case: Grade III Hamstring Tear

    Radsource radiologists are constantly communicating and sharing knowledge with each other. In our blog series Today’s Interesting Case, our team will post notable cases and images for discussion from time to time.    A 58 year-old male presents after acute injury from playing kickball 2 weeks ago. The patient felt a pop at the posterior thigh. […]

  29. Today’s Interesting Case: HADD with Intramuscular Involvement

    Radsource radiologists are constantly communicating and sharing knowledge with each other. In our blog series Today’s Interesting Case, our team will post notable cases and images for discussion from time to time.    Today we are reviewing the case of a 52 year-old male presenting with severe shoulder pain for 2 years.   A fat-suppressed T2-weighted […]

  30. Today’s Interesting Case: Tibial Eminence Fracture

    Radsource radiologists are constantly communicating and sharing knowledge with each other. In our blog series Today’s Interesting Case, our team will post notable cases and images for discussion from time to time.   In today’s case, a 17 year-old female presents after suffering a hyperextension injury while playing soccer.     A sagittal fat-suppressed proton density […]

  31. Today’s Interesting Case: Twisting Injury

    Radsource radiologists are constantly communicating and sharing knowledge with each other. In our blog series Today’s Interesting Case, our team will post notable cases and images for discussion from time to time. A 36 year old male suffered a twisting injury 2.5 weeks ago.     A coronal fat-suppressed proton density-weighted image reveals a thickened and […]

  32. Today’s Interesting Case: Adhesive Capsulitis

    Radsource radiologists are constantly communicating and sharing knowledge with each other. In our blog series Today’s Interesting Case, our team will post notable cases and images for discussion from time to time.  Today, we are exploring the case of a 62 year-old female presenting after a fall 2 months earlier with shoulder pain and markedly restricted movement.   A […]

  33. Today’s Interesting Case: Hip arthroplasty

    Radsource radiologists are constantly communicating and sharing knowledge with each other. In our blog series Today’s Interesting Case, our team will post notable cases and images for discussion from time to time.   Our case today explores the use of magnetic resonance imaging (MR) in the evaluation of the affected hip in patients who have undergone hip […]

  34. Today’s Interesting Case: Posterior Tibial Tendon

    Radsource radiologists are constantly communicating and sharing knowledge with each other. In our blog series Today’s Interesting Case, our team will post notable cases and images for discussion from time to time.  Our case today involves rare pathology. The patient  is a 51 year-old female presenting with medial ankle pain on weight-bearing. She experienced trauma with a […]

  35. Today’s Interesting Case: A Smile in Contrast

    Radsource radiologists are constantly communicating and sharing knowledge with each other. In our blog series Today’s Interesting Case, our team will post notable cases and images for discussion from time to time.    In our case today, a 21 year-old female presents with a 2 month history of neck pain and right arm radiculopathy.     […]

  36. Today’s Interesting Case: Knee Dislocation

    Radsource radiologists are constantly communicating and sharing knowledge with each other. In our blog series Today’s Interesting Case, our team will post notable cases and images for discussion from time to time.   In today’s interesting case, an 18 year-old male presents following a recent skiing injury.  The severity of the patient’s injury can be seen in […]

  37. Today’s Interesting Case: Athletic Pubalgia

    Radsource radiologists are constantly communicating and sharing knowledge with each other. In our new blog series, Today’s Interesting Case, our team will post notable cases and images for discussion from time to time. Today’s Interesting Case is from a 34 year-old hockey goalie who felt a pull when doing the splits during a game.  MRI findings […]

  38. Today’s Interesting Case: Hydroxyapatite Deposition Disease

    Radsource radiologists are constantly communicating and sharing knowledge with each other. In our new blog series, Today’s Interesting Case, our team will post notable cases and images for discussion from time to time.    Today’s case is from a 58 year old female with wrist numbness and tingling. The findings are compatible with hydroxyapatite deposition disease, […]

  39. Today’s Interesting Case: ACL Tibial Avulsion Fracture

    Radsource radiologists are constantly communicating and sharing knowledge with each other. In our new blog series, Today’s Interesting Case, our team will post notable cases and images for discussion from time to time. Today’s case involves an 11 year old injured while skiing. It is an example of classic MR pathology: ACL tibial avulsion fracture. While […]

  40. ProtonPACS Keeps Systems Running Despite Power Outage

    HYBRID ARCHITECTURE OF ORTHOPAEDIC PACS SOLUTION KEPT SYSTEMS RUNNING AT CENTRAL JERSEY ORTHOPAEDIC PRACTICE. When the orthopaedic practice experienced a power outage, the ProtonPACS hybrid architecture enabled the site to continue to operate as normal with minimal downtime. As an IT Consultant, Susan Blasi of SMB Consulting, LLC, advises clients on IT strategies, support, software and […]

  41. Baylor Hospitals Implement Enterprise PACS

    Radsource, a leader in radiology clinical services and provider of Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS), announced today that its ProtonPACS solution has been implemented at four Texas hospital locations.   The four Texas specialty surgical hospitals are operated through a partnership controlled by Baylor Scott & White Health.  The medical centers (Trophy Club, Uptown, […]

  42. Radsource Announces New Website Design

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Radsource, LLC, a provider of MRI interpretation services and of ProtonPACS, has launched a new website at www.radsource.us. The new website combines the company’s two business focuses of MRI interpretation and PACS onto one platform, thus unifying its brand and messaging.  The site features an enhanced MRI Web Clinic that allows users […]

  43. ProtonPACS Announces Partnership with NRHA

    ProtonPACS, a division of Radsource, has signed on as a pipeline partner with the National Rural Health Association (NRHA), company officials announced today. The partnership exemplifies the commitment by ProtonPACS to understanding the needs of rural health providers nationwide. “We are proud to partner with the National Rural Health Association,” said Dr. Mark Awh, President […]