Why should you be a Radiologist at NRAD?


As a radiologist, your expertise is a vital part of the medical industry. At NRAD, we don’t take that fact lightly, and have created a unique work environment in which we have maintained a near 0% turnover rate over the previous 5 years among our radiologists. Here are a few reasons why:

Onsite and Remote Opportunities:


Thermography’s Place in Breast Cancer Screening


We understand that your focus, as a diagnostic imaging provider, is offering the highest quality, up-to-date care for your patients. In order to accomplish your goal, it is essential that your imaging center is aware of current research and innovations in medical imaging.


6 Must-Ask Questions for a Potential Teleradiology Provider


Teleradiology service providers are not hard to find. With a simple Google search, hundreds of providers are instantly at your fingertips. Determining which teleradiology company is the best fit for your facility, however, can prove to be a challenge. Asking the right questions is one of the best ways to get the information you need, so that you can narrow down your list and make the right choice.


What's the Difference between a Licensed and a Board Certified Radiologist?


Becoming a radiologist requires many years of education and training.  With a medical license, a radiologist is legally able to diagnose and treat patients, however, being licensed does not designate a specialty or subspecialty within the field of radiology. 

The American Board of Radiology gives radiologists the opportunity to be recognized for their knowledge and skills in a specific specialty area within the field of Radiology. In order to earn a board certification, a radiologist must pass a board certification exam to demonstrate this expertise. 

Once a radiologist has earned their board certification, participation in continuing education is required to ensure they stay up to date in their specialty area.  

The American Board of Medical Specialties lists six core competencies which are maintained by Board Certified physicians:


Telecardiology: Using Off-Site Cardiologists to Interpret Cardiac Imaging Studies

Telecardiology: Using Off-Site Cardiologists to Interpret Cardiac Imaging Studies

When it comes to offering medical services, the top priority is providing care that is in the best interest of patient outcomes. Diagnostic imaging services are no exception. While Board Certified Radiologists are trained to interpret multiple modalities, cardiac imaging studies may be best interpreted by Cardiologists. These diagnostic images include Echocardiograms (ECHO), Stress ECHO, Stress Nuclear, and Multi-Gated Acquisition Scans (MUGA). Cardiologists have extensive knowledge of the cardiovascular system and cardiac diseases and can therefore offer specialized reads and recommendations for patients with cardiac issues.


Women’s Imaging: International Day of Radiology


Today is the 5th annual International Day of Radiology, purposed to increase overall awareness of current topics in radiology and the value of radiology research. Each year, a specific area of radiology is highlighted; this year, the area is breast imaging. Activities are happening across the globe to raise awareness of the importance of breast imaging. For example, in Algeria a public run has been arranged in order to raise awareness for breast cancer screenings, in Croatia, lectures are being made available for women to be educated on the basics of breast screenings, and the list continues. International Day of Radiology truly is a global celebration, which is educating people on pertinent topics in radiology. 
Here at NRAD, we believe that providing the highest quality read for all modalities is a must. Our women’s imaging specialist is Dr. Stewart Bakst, a board certified radiologist with 20 years of experience. He manages the NRAD team of fellowship-trained women’s imaging radiologists. Dr. Bakst is MQSA certified and qualified in Breast MRI, Digital Mammography, Breast Tomosynthesis, and Ultrasound while proficient in interpreting all modalities. 


Access to Prior Mammograms May Reduce Unnecessary Call-backs


Access to Prior Mammograms May Reduce Unnecessary Call-backs October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a time for people to come together and recognize those women who have fought or are still fighting breast cancer, as well as to increase awareness of steps to take for early detection and prevention.

We recently interviewed Dr. Darlene DaCosta, one of our radiologists who is subspecialty trained in breast imaging, to get her thoughts on a recent article published on entitled Prior Mammogram Access Important as Screening Protocols in Flux, by Kathryn Pearson Peyton.


NRAD Exhibit at FRA & FRBMA Annual Meeting


National Radiology Solutions proudly supported the Florida Radiological Society and Florida Radiological Business Management Association at their Annual Meeting in Amelia Island.


Dr. Darlene DaCosta Joins Our Radiologist Team


National Radiology Solutions is pleased to announce the addition of Darlene DaCosta, MD to our team of radiologists. Dr. DaCosta is fellowship trained in the area of Breast Imaging and is ABR and ARDMS board certified. Click here to learn more about Dr. DaCosta, including her professional experience and education.


Dr. Robert Rabiea Joins Our Radiologist Team


National Radiology Solutions is pleased to announce the addition of Robert Rabiea, MD to our team of radiologists. Dr. Rabiea is fellowship trained in the area of Musculoskeletal Imaging and is ABR board certified. Click here to learn more about Dr. Rabiea including his professional experience and education.

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