By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
November 21, 2016

Teleradiology services provider StatRad said it has formed a parent company called NucleusHealth that will be unveiled at RSNA 2016.

NucleusHealth will focus on expanding StatRad's teleradiology services, while commercializing new image streaming technologies in a cloud-based product for managing medical images under a future nucleus.io brand, the company said.

Current medical image management systems are problematic for hospital administrators, caregivers, and patients because they often limit access to those who need images for patient care, StatRad said. Moreover, they are associated with data centers that are costly to maintain and support. Finally, they often dictate technologies to use, which then become obsolete after implementation.

Launching nucleus.io will give the company two independent but solidly integrated and focused business units under NucleusHealth to fulfill its mission, StatRad said.

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