Mountain View, CA – February 16, 2017 – The National Teleradiology Program within the Veterans Healthcare System has renewed its commitment to HealthLevel for an extended period, to collaborate on high-efficiency radiology analytics and workflow tools.
The National Teleradiology Program (NTP) is a self-sustaining program for efficiently providing high-quality diagnostic radiology interpretation services across the United States for all veterans and patients in VA Medical Centers.
The NTP first adopted HealthLevel’s Foundations radiology analytics in 2011 and since then has expanded the use to deliver value across clinical, operational and financial disciplines. Data-driven workflow applications are now used by over 3000 users in more than 85 VA Medical Centers as well as 100 plus physicians and leadership in the 4 principal reading centers covering the United States.
“Foundations™ from HealthLevel has been in continuous, uninterrupted operations for 5+ years as the VA-NTP data analytics platform. Leadership, administrative and clinical staff at every level in all NTP service locations depend on Foundations™ daily to deliver quality metrics and inform decisions on workload planning and resource matching. We are grateful for the true partnership throughout NTP’s growth and proud that we have improved care for our veterans.” stated Raymond Scott, Chairman of HealthLevel.
HealthLevel, Inc. is a privately held company, managed by experienced health care executives and headquartered in Silicon Valley, California. Foundations™ from HealthLevel, Inc. is the industry’s first integrated real-time and multi-year correlation platform for clinical, operational and financial data. Foundations™ provides an intuitive, configurable, analytics solution encouraging all hospital personnel to monitor, plan ahead and improve their own business practices. Foundations™ radiology analytics provides group practices and radiology departments with the data they need to remove operational inefficiencies and ensure their businesses are running at peak performance.