MDIA Offers Neurodiagnostic Second Opinion Services
Medical Diagnostic Associates, a Medical Corporation (MDIA), a national leader in providing Network Diagnostic Imaging (MRI and CT) and Electrodiagnostic (EMG and NCV) services, announces the expansion and enhancement of its highly acclaimed Electrodiagnostic Services to include second opinions. MDIA's on-site Board-certified and University Fellowship-trained radiologists provide objective second opinions on diagnostic imaging studies to assist clients make crucial decisions regarding patient care. Quynh Pham, M.D., MDIA's Neurodiagnostic Program Consultant, will oversee the Second Opinions Program in her areas of expertise.
Quynh Pham, M.D. is certified by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, the American Board of Pain Medicine, and the American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine. These credentials, together with her academic career and extensive achievements in her areas of expertise, are nationally recognized.
It is widely accepted that there may be significant disparities in the quality of both the performance of electrodiagnostic examinations and their interpretations. “Appropriate oversight is essential,” according to Ronald J. Friedman, M.D., President and Chief Executive Officer of MDIA. He goes on to say that “MDIA has offered its clients a Pilot Program overseen by Dr. Pham offering second opinions on electrodiagnostic examinations. Based on client feedback and the importance of these procedures in determining appropriate patient care, MDIA is expanding its electrodiagnostic services to include second opinions.”
MDIA clients and other interested parties are encouraged to contact MDIA to learn more about these important services and to take advantage of the opportunities offered.
Medical Diagnostic Associates, a Medical Corporation (MDIA) is the preeminent national diagnostic imaging and electrodiagnostic services network. Physician-owned and operated, MDIA offers insurance carriers, third party administrators, self-insured employer groups and unions central web-based archiving or electrodiagnostic examinations and reports for future reference, comparison and conferencing. ElectRIS® is the Electronic Diagnostic Record (EDR), a companion to the Electronic/Computerized Medical Record (EMR) to facilitate a truly complete and portable patient Electronic Health Record (EHR).
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Bobby Glover, Director of Business Development
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