Radisphere Announces Recent Contract Renewals from Community Hospitals

CLEVELAND--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Radisphere (www.radispheregroup.com), the national radiology group that is defining quality standards in radiology, today announced that it has secured multi-year contract renewals with two key hospital customers. They include:

  • Wooster Community Hospital, a 150-bed acute care facility that has been named to the Thomson Reuters “100 Top Hospitals” list three times and serves as a Primary Stroke Center for the Wooster, Ohio area
  • Taylor Regional Hospital, a 90-bed facility with a Level III Trauma Center that has full accreditation from the Joint Commission and provides medical care to 110,000 people in the region of Campbellsville, KY

“These agreements show that our focus on radiology standards and quality provides an outstanding long-term solution for community hospitals,” said Scott Seidelmann, CEO and President of Radisphere. “Radisphere is helping medical staffs and administrators deliver safe, efficient and high-quality patient care.”

About Radisphere

Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, Radisphere (www.radispheregroup.com) is a national radiology group that is defining the way quality in radiology is delivered to community hospitals and systems. With more than 30 exclusive hospital contracts in 10 states and 150 radiologists, Radisphere is the fifth-largest and fastest-growing radiology group in the country. Its local radiologists, whose incentives are aligned with the hospital, are supported by the largest network of subspecialists in the United States. Radisphere guarantees its performance against defined radiology quality standards.



CONTACT:

Radisphere
Robert Minicucci, Director, Corporate Communications
Office: +1-203-222-6351
Cell: +1-216-513-3957
[email protected]

KEYWORDS:   United States  North America  Kentucky  Ohio

INDUSTRY KEYWORDS:   Health  Hospitals  Radiology

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