All-American Teleradiology Grows Ten-fold in 2014

All-American Teleradiology Reflects on 2014 Success and Highlights 2015 Growth Initiatives 

(Bay Village, OH) January 23 – All-American Teleradiology, a provider of final subspecialty radiology interpretations, today reflects on 2014, a year in which the company achieved record growth and expanded service offerings to meet customer needs.  

All-American Teleradiology grew ten-fold in 2014 with expansion into 19 states and secured a number of new client partnerships. Growth was also attributed to the launch of new services, which included digital breast imaging reading services as well as night time/ER coverage (preliminary and final reports) for 24/7/365 coverage. All-American Teleradiology was recognized by Radiology Business Journal as one of the country’s 20 largest teleradiology service providers of the year.

“Our success in 2014 demonstrates the ongoing demand for quality-focused, collaborative, and remote radiology services,” said Scott Pohlkamp, Chief Executive Officer of All-American Teleradiology. “We deliver our services as efficiently as possible to meet the needs of healthcare’s continued challenges and pressures,” adds Pohlkamp.

The teleradiology practice will continue its growth in 2015 with plans to expand internationally, and by adding academic institutions to its client portfolio.  All-American Teleradiology will also grow its collaborative network of local radiology practices, for which it provides reading services, coverage capacity, and new business to the groups from outside of their local market.

All-American Teleradiology serves an array of healthcare organizations including imaging centers, hospitals, health clinics and orthopedic practices across the U.S.  Its suite of services include 24/7/365 coverage, vacation and interim coverage, both on-site and teleradiology.  All-American Teleradiology’s team of radiologists are board certified, and U.S. based with extensive experience in MR, CT, Ultrasound, Mammography, Nuclear Medicine and X-Ray studies.

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