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RadSite Names Dr. Eliot Siegel Chief Quality Officer
RadSite™, one of the leading certification and accreditation agencies for imaging quality, announces that Eliot Siegel, MD, has joined the team as chief quality officer. Dr. Siegel will help oversee and promote the integrity of all quality-based programs and research initiatives for RadSite.
 
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RadSite’s Programs Qualify as Quality-Based Activity under the New Medical Loss Ratio Requirements
RadSite™, a leading provider of assessment and accreditation services in the imaging industry, is pleased to announce that its programs can qualify as a quality improvement activity under the new Medical Loss Ratio (MLR) requirements according to a recently published White Paper. RadSite’s quality-benchmarking activities cover the full spectrum of imaging modalities in all types of clinical settings.
 
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RadSite Expanding On-Site Audit Program to Ensure Compliance with Quality Standards
RadSite™, a leading provider of certification and accreditation programs for imaging providers, has enhanced its quality-based mission by recently expanding its on-site audit program. In addition to the assessment criteria that are filled out by imaging providers as part of the application process, RadSite has ramped up its auditing to ensure compliance with RadSite Standards.
 
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RadSite Expands Board and Committees with Newly Appointed Members
RadSite, a leading provider of assessment and accreditation services in the imaging industry, has named three new members to the RadSite Advisory Board. Members of the board are the visionaries behind the organization’s quality benchmarking activities to assess a full range of imaging providers in all clinical settings.
 
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RadSite Debuts News Source for Industry and Consumers
RadSite, a leading provider of assessment and accreditation services in the imaging industry, announces the inaugural issue of RadSite News, a resource that serves to spotlight the nation’s imaging quality issues and educate consumers of radiology services.
 

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