Outdated Imaging Equipment: A Problem That Could Impact Quality of Care and Cost of Claims
Among specialty services, diagnostic imaging—such as an MRI, CT, or PET scan—is often the first critical step to assess the severity of an injury and develop a treatment plan for prompt recovery and return to work. That’s why it’s imperative an imaging facility produces a quality image from the onset to ensure best-possible outcomes for injured employees.
However, obsolete imaging equipment has become an issue. Today, if injured employees require a scan, they could be ...
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