What types of imaging tests can I get a consult on?
We offer full live direct radiologist to patient consults on most imaging exams. These include the full range of MRI, CT, ultrasound, plain films, and nuclear medicine studies. Not sure if we offer the service for the test you’ve had? See our list of exams. Still not sure? Please contact us at [email protected] or 1-800-256-8354.
How do I actually schedule my consult?
After ordering, you will be contacted in order to schedule a consult at a time convenient for you. Most consults are scheduled for a time within a week of ordering (unless otherwise requested), and are performed between 9 am and 7 pm EST.
How quickly can I get a consult?
In order to allow the radiologist time to adequately prepare for the consult, most consults are performed at least 2-3 days after ordering.
What are some of the things I can ask during my consult?
You can ask anything! We want you to leave the consult with all of your questions answered.
How long is an average consult?
Most consults last 30-45 minutes.
Do I need a certain type of computer for the consult to work properly?
The consult interface works on all types of computers. We recommend that you use a computer with a larger screen to help best see the imaging.
How do I know my medical information is kept private?
The uploading process and consults are performed on private and secure HIPAA compliant interfaces. Please see our Notice of Privacy Practices.
In what states do you offer consults?
Georgia, Alabama, Virginia, South Carolina, and Indiana.
Why don’t you offer consults in my state?
We offer the service in states where the radiologist has a license to practice medicine. We are currently expanding to other states. Are you in another state? Please contact us here
What is a radiologist?
A radiologist is an imaging doctor trained to interpret radiology exams. Radiologists have completed 4 years of medical school, an intern year, 4 years of radiology residency, and in many cases, additional fellowship training.