Helping to deliver quality patient care with Bay Ridge Medical Imaging
Now offering a zero-footprint clinical reference viewer from McKesson
Whether you’re a radiologist, referring physician or sub-specialty clinician, ultra-portable and increasingly functional tablet devices are perfect for viewing images and associated reports for reference purposes.
But are you working with an imaging center featuring the latest technology that can support your mobile workflow needs? More specifically, does your imaging center:
- Offer timely on-demand access to the exam information post-exam?
- Enable you to schedule patient follow-up consultations sooner?
- Provide a solution to help reduce the frequency of sending physical film or CDs?
Maybe it's the right time to consider working with Bay Ridge Medical Imaging.
Since 1991, Bay Ridge Medical Imaging (BRMI) has been providing quality radiology imaging in the Brooklyn community, including radiologists specializing in MSK, Neuroradiology, Body Imaging, ENT, Women's Imaging, and Nuclear/PET. With the latest technologies and services through six ACR-accredited, convenient locations, BRMI now offers McKesson Radiology™ Clinical Reference Viewer (CRV).
About McKesson Radiology™ Clinical Reference Viewer
This zero-footprint viewer is a powerful and user-friendly single viewing solution for accessing all images within Bay Ridge Medical’s McKesson PACS. With nothing to download or install, clinicians can:
- Deploy this viewer in and outside of the office for quick and efficient follow-up with patients referred to BRMI
- Access the viewer on both mobile tablets and desktop/laptop platforms
Supported by a variety of today’s most popular browsers, including Safari®, you’ll find that the McKesson Radiology Clinical Reference Viewer is a versatile tool among referring physicians.
Together with 7-days-a-week, board-certified, on-site radiologists, BMRI’s ability to offer exam results within hours—or even minutes—is now bolstered by the powerful image distribution capabilities of the McKesson Radiology Clinical Reference Viewer.