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September 2013

EHR Integration
New Intesting Case Findings
New Studies in Neurology & Clinics in Sports Med
New from NationalRad & More!

Electronic Health Record (EHR) Integration

Electronic Health Records EHR Integration

With the continuing rollout of meaningful use, many of our clients are pressing forward with their Electronic Health Record (EHR) implementations. We have helped many clients successfully integrate radiology-reporting services within their overall EHR framework.

NationalRad's reporting infrastructure is capable of integrating with any EHR using standard HL7 interfacing. Currently, we integrate with several prominent EHR, RIS, and PACS vendors, including GE, Athena, Philips, Intelerad and others. Contact our implementation team via email at IMPLEMENTATION@NATIONALRAD.COM or by phone at 877.734.6674 if you are interested in learning more about how NationalRad can integrate directly with your EHR solution.

NationalRad Interesting Chest CT Finding

New! Interesting Findings on

NationalRad is now sharing interesting findings by its musculoskeletal, neuro and body radiologists on NATIONALRAD.COM.

Look for the latest interesting findings on our HOME page, as well as on our INTERESTING FINDING page.

If you would like to share interesting findings with colleagues, please visit our LINKEDIN and FACEBOOK pages, where we are posting interesting findings as well.

New Paper in Neurology: White Matter Hyperintensities on MRI in High-Altitude U-2 Pilots

A paper by Stephen McGuire, MD, PAUL M. SHERMAN, MD, NationalRad Neuroradiologist, Assistant Professor of Radiology and Radiologic Science at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, F. Edward Herbert School of Medicine and Assistant Director of Medical Education and Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program Director at the San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium, and Leonardo Profenna, MD, et al. was published in Neurology in August. Entitled "White Matter Hyperintensities on MRI in High-Altitude U-2 Pilots", the study concluded that pilots with occupational exposure to hypobaria showed a significant increase in white matter hyperintensity (WMH) lesion volume and number. Unlike the healthy controls with predominantly WMH lesions in the frontal white matter, WMH lesions in pilots were more uniformly distributed throughout the brain.

To read this landmark paper, please visit NEUROLOGY or our LANDMARK ARTICLES ON NATIONALRAD.COM.

New from NationalRad: New Publications in Seminars in Musculoskeletal Radiology & Clinics in Sports Medicine

DONALD J. FLEMMING, MD, NationalRad Musculoskeletal Radiologists and Vice Chairman for Education, G. Victor Rohrer Professor of Radiology Education, and Radiology Program Director at Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, had two articles published earlier this year: PRIMARY OSSEOUS TUMORS OF THE SPINE IN SEMINARS IN MUSCULOSKELETAL RADIOLOGY in April; and ARTHRITIS MIMICKING SPORTS-RELATED INJURIES IN CLINICS IN SPORTS MEDICINE in July. Please click the links in the text above to access these publications.

New from NationalRad: Upcoming Lectures


+ Imaging of the Runner with Pain - TIMOTHY G. SANDERS, MD

+ MRI of Throwing Injuries - TIMOTHY G. SANDERS, MD

+ MRI of the Hand, Fingers and Thumb - TIMOTHY G. SANDERS, MD

+ Imaging of the Knee and Shoulder MRI and Arthroscopic Correlation - TIMOTHY G. SANDERS, MD

+ Degenerative Spine Disease. Update - ANDRES RAHAL, MD, PHD

+ Plexopathies. Magnetic Resonance Neurography - ANDRES RAHAL, MD, PHD

+ Update Spine MRI: 3T Sequences for Metal, Diffusion and Tractography - ANDRES RAHAL, MD, PHD

+ What's New in Spine Trauma? - ANDRES RAHAL, MD, PHD

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