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Nighthawk v. DayhawkTwo Types of TeleradiologyHoward Reishreis@teleradiologyspecialists.com845-392-2915
In The Beginning…..• founded in 2001 to deliver radiologyinterpretations to U.S. hospitals by U.S. boardcertified radiolog...
Most Frequent ExamNightHawk DayhawkX-Ray
Turnaround SLANightHawk DayHawk30min., 10 min for stroke 24 hrs., One hour for STATS
Types of Reads or ReportsNightHawkFinal or Preliminary• Over-read the nextmorning and converted toFinals• Still used for d...
Location Of DoctorsNightHawkCan Be AnywhereDayHawkDomestic U.S. for U.S. Customers
Typical CustomerNightHawkHospitals/ Radiology GroupsDayHawkUrgent Care/ IDTFs/ Mobile
On Site CoverageNightHawkGrowing TrendDayHawkAlmost Never On Site
Radiologist CompensationNightHawk• Salary plus incentive• Dedicated to single provider• Premium for sub-specialists• Compa...
Favorite ConferencesNightHawk DayHawk
NightHawk & DayHawk Similarities• Very competitive pricing• Quality service (minimize misses)• Quality service (Help Desk,...
Lessons For Telemedicine• Twelve years of commercial experience• Major industry controversies• Significant licensing chall...
Teleradiology & TelemedicineOpportunities For Working Together• Telestroke with Neuroradiology support• Video camera in ex...
Let’s Continue theConversation…Howard Reishreis@teleradiologyspecialists.com845-392-2915
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  1. 1. Nighthawk v. DayhawkTwo Types of TeleradiologyHoward Reishreis@teleradiologyspecialists.com845-392-2915
  2. 2. In The Beginning…..• founded in 2001 to deliver radiologyinterpretations to U.S. hospitals by U.S. boardcertified radiologists from reading centers in Idaho,Switzerland and Australia• NightHawk became the generic term for this service• Currently there are over 100 commercial teleradiologyproviders with industry revenue over $2 Billion• While the company, NightHawk has been merged outof existence, the providers can be segmented into twotypes, NightHawks and DayHawks
  3. 3. Most Frequent ExamNightHawk DayhawkX-Ray
  4. 4. Turnaround SLANightHawk DayHawk30min., 10 min for stroke 24 hrs., One hour for STATS
  5. 5. Types of Reads or ReportsNightHawkFinal or Preliminary• Over-read the nextmorning and converted toFinals• Still used for diagnosisand treatmentDayHawkPredominantly Finals• Signed by readingradiologist and submittedfor reimbursement• Also includes incidentalfindings
  6. 6. Location Of DoctorsNightHawkCan Be AnywhereDayHawkDomestic U.S. for U.S. Customers
  7. 7. Typical CustomerNightHawkHospitals/ Radiology GroupsDayHawkUrgent Care/ IDTFs/ Mobile
  8. 8. On Site CoverageNightHawkGrowing TrendDayHawkAlmost Never On Site
  9. 9. Radiologist CompensationNightHawk• Salary plus incentive• Dedicated to single provider• Premium for sub-specialists• Company provides insurance• Common platform• Licensing plus credentialingDayHawk• Pay per exam• Work for multiple providers• Primarily general radiology• Provides own insurance• Uses multiple systems• Licensing
  10. 10. Favorite ConferencesNightHawk DayHawk
  11. 11. NightHawk & DayHawk Similarities• Very competitive pricing• Quality service (minimize misses)• Quality service (Help Desk, IT Support)• Advanced technology (Mobile Devices, ImageSharing, Image & Report Storage)• Workflow is key to success• Integration with electronic medical record (EMR)
  12. 12. Lessons For Telemedicine• Twelve years of commercial experience• Major industry controversies• Significant licensing challenges• Declining prices vs. doctor’s expectations• Extensive QA experience
  13. 13. Teleradiology & TelemedicineOpportunities For Working Together• Telestroke with Neuroradiology support• Video camera in exam room for technologist training• Radiologist consult with referring physician(needs Whiteboard)• Live Consult with patient, referring physician andRadiologist (and family member)
  14. 14. Let’s Continue theConversation…Howard Reishreis@teleradiologyspecialists.com845-392-2915
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