Integrated Radiology Partners (IRP) helps visionary radiology practices position themselves for long-term success.

Forward-thinking radiology leadership understand the important role of analytics-based, technology-driven collaborative care.

IRP’s advantage is that we leverage the power of collaboration to help practices achieve complete interoperability, and through this, independence and success.

IRP facilitates the development of fully integrated, non-competing Regional  Radiology Group Collaborations RRGC (Regional Radiology Group Collaboration) which uniquely position practices for continued growth and success within their markets. RRGNs enable information and resource sharing between practices, setting the stage for quality improvements based on real data and analytics.

IRP understands what’s at stake for your practice. We have developed processes for integration and imaging distribution that produce stronger, more resilient radiology facilities.

Forming an RRGN with IRP’s assistance provides:

  • A Sustainable Independent Practice Model
  • Comprehensive predictive and prescriptive analytics
  • Increased access to radiology capacity
  • Access to a sophisticated operations management and technology platform
  • Group to group benchmarking

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