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How can radiology compliance for a medical condition be monitored?

Philip Lisagor, MD
Thoracic Surgery (Cardiothoracic Vascular)
Imaging/radiology compliance for a medical condition can be monitored. Imaging orders can be stored in the "cloud" online, and reminders about time, place and diet can be sent as text messages, voice mails or email. Failure to appear at the imaging office can be noted and a follow up call from the medical office or the imaging office can be made.

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