Aligned with the needs of local radiologists.
Alleviates X-ray burden, allowing local radiologists to focus on advanced modalities and subspecialties
Capacity is returned to local radiologists to focus on advanced imaging techniques, subspecialties, consultations, and academic responsibilities
Reduced need to fill open radiology slots and a competitive edge in filling them with X-rays no longer part of the job
Health system pressures call for greater productivity and efficiency
Advanced imaging modalities and ED imaging are increasing in volume
As imaging reimbursements decline, health care providers are being forced to compensate by increasing their productivity
Image interpretation only accounts for 25% of time radiologists must spend spend on X-ray, which make them problematic in RVU-based compensation models 
Radiology is a specialty having to pivot
X-ray remains a core imaging modality, but many radiologists report that X-ray is the least rewarding part of their job
Retirement, burnout, and decreased enrollment in radiology fellowship programs mean that the number of radiologists is not keeping up with demand
By 2025, the shortage of radiologists in the US is projected to be in the tens of thousands 
Elevating the role of local radiology. THAT’S OUR X-RAY VISION.
*Reprinted with permission from Elsevier, copyright 2014.