Advantages to Outsourcing

  • Access to experienced Breast Imagers
  • Increased volume, increased competency
  • Increased job satisfaction for staff radiologists
  • Rural access to high-quality care
Ensure that the telemammography service provider you use has liability coverage, credentials, and HIPAA compliance.

Our Technology

MastologyUSA relies on the RamSoft technology platform. Our medical-grade Telemammography network offers secure, redundant, efficient and resilient remote imaging capabilities.

MUSA's Telemammography system incorporates image acquisition, processing, transmission, display, and interpretation over a network that allows for almost real-time remote screening and diagnostics. While the majority of cases are screening mammograms, second opinion diagnostic mammograms are also interpreted remotely and directed by one of our expert radiologists.

Our studies can be performed on any DICOM compliant modality [CT, MRI, US], or CR/DR mammography modalities can be linked to a local VPN client box and connected to web-based software for our digital workstations to access studies and generate reports. We ensure a report turnaround time between 24 to 48 hours, and will even generate the reports on your institutional letterhead.

Our partnership leads to efficiencies in patient care, mammography interpretation, reporting and follow-up. Consider MUSA an integral part of your team, interpreting screenings off-site in a paperless, filmless manner, so that your facility functions with its core mission in mind. We can also advise on low cost IT options for PACS, CR, or DICOM compliant modalities at your facility for seamless integration with our Telemedicine and Radiology Information System. We are your partners in aiming to reduce mortality rate from breast cancer by optimizing Screening mammography at your facility.

Our IT Infrastructure and Support

Operational Standards:

  • Quality Assurance and Quality Control
  • Images in digital format
  • User-friendly interface
  • Real-time operation for diagnostic and screening mammography
  • Inclusion of nonmammographic imaging techniques (e.g., ultrasound, MRI)
  • Patient centricity of record keeping, including confidentiality issues
  • Intermanufacturer standardization of image storage and display