This is another way we are showing our dedication to our patients, referring physicians and community.
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(PRWEB) November 11, 2014
Medical Arts Radiology launched its revamped and redesigned website today. The new website has a sleek, modern design with enhanced features for patients and doctors.
Patients may now submit forms electronically through a convenient Patient Portal. They can complete registration and health history forms, update insurance information, demographic data, and more. Other improvements include on-line appointment requests and bill payment.
Chances are when a medical need arises, you’re not sitting at your computer. For this reason, the new Medical Arts Radiology site was built with mobile devices in mind. The new site layout automatically adjusts for small screens with bigger type for easier readability and scrollable layout for quick access.
Medical Arts continues to improve upon its Physician Portal, which is easily accessed through their website. Partnering with INFINITT North America, a technology leader in PACS, the radiologists at Medical Arts are able to share imaging exams with referring physicians through U Lite. This universal PACS viewer provides instant access to images, reports and visualization tools from any desktop, using almost any browser or operating system.
Marketing Director of Medical Arts Radiology, Mohamed Yousri, explains: “This means that referring physicians have 24/7 access to images and reports with no need for software installations, plug-ins, maintenance or upgrades. And access can be on any device, from desktop PCs to tablets and smartphones.”
Along with its new website, Medical Arts Radiology is also moving forward with their social media efforts. The Medical Arts blog, which continues to actively post interesting topics in diagnostic imaging, is now directly integrated into their website. Other social media outlets of Medical Arts include an active Facebook page, as well as Twitter, Google +, and YouTube.
As a way of giving back to the community, the radiologists at Medical Arts have created The Art of Giving program to help low-income patients and those without health insurance get the radiology services they need. Details of this charitable program are available on their new website.
Medical Arts Radiology sees this launch as more than just a website. As Dr. Barry Morgenstern, Director of Breast Imaging, describes it: “This is another way we are showing our dedication to our patients, referring physicians and community.”
About Medical Arts Radiology:
For over 70 years, Medical Arts Radiology has provided Long Island patients and referring physicians with the latest advances in diagnostic imaging. Their commitment to providing the highest level of care begins with its doctors, all board-certified with extensive experience and advanced specialty training. Medical Arts Radiology has 7 sites, which are accredited by the American College of Radiology (ACR), recognized as the gold standard in medical imaging. Their sites have also earned designation as Breast Imaging Centers of Excellence by the ACR.