Who we are and what we do
Medical Imaging Partnership offers radiology services built around partnerships with key stakeholders, whether they are NHS organisations, private /independent sector providers and individual radiologists or referring clinicians. We bring a wealth of clinical, managerial and commercial experience in the provision of imaging.
We believe that an integrated, clinically led approach utilising the most appropriate technology enables us to provide the highest quality clinical service in the evolving healthcare market.
We believe that images and reports should be quickly and easily accessible by referring clinicians, whether they are a consultant in a hospital setting or a GP in primary care. Medical Imaging Partnership has the technological solutions and the experience to make this happen.
The ability to access appropriate imaging to inform patient diagnosis and direct treatment planning is pivotal to the delivery of modern healthcare.
Partnering with Medical Imaging enables:
Bespoke delivery of diagnostics – enhancing patient choice, supporting primary care decision making, and reducing secondary care referrals.
Improved accessiblility/clinical safety – through an advanced IT infrastructure with true integration of clinical information and imaging studies. Full remote access to “next step” reports and key images through our online clinician portal.
Better communication – that is timely, integrated into your clinical practice and with reports that are tailored to facilitate accurate decision making.
We empower you and your patients to choose how and where they are imaged.
Radiologist Professional Support Services.
We believe that UK radiologists wish to take more control over their professional lives and to deliver innovative patient pathways, in order to address the quality and financial challenges of the new NHS. Medical Imaging Partnership can assist in terms of the following key benefits:
- Efficiency gains
- Changes to the operating model
- IT platforms to deliver imaging better, quicker, faster.
- Development of operating networks (across secondary and primary care)
- Service reconfiguration