Teleradiology Subspecialty Interpretations And Study Reads


National Diagnostic Imaging can supplement a radiology group's or radiology department's subspecialty interpretation needs by providing access to highly specialized, U.S. based and fellowship trained, Board-Certified subspecialty radiologists .

Companies in the teleradiology industry such as National Diagnostic Imaging ( are contracted to provide affordable full service preliminary and final sub-specialty (subspecialty) diagnostic image interpretations, overflow radiology coverage, imaging services, case reads, final teleradiology reports and nighthawk image study interpretations for radiologists, hospitals, imaging centers, and physician practices nationally.

Featured telerad subspecialty interpretation services offered by National Diagnostic Imaging include daytime reads, overnight reads, subspecialty MSK interpretations,orthopedic and spine MR interpretations,  day or night coverage for telemammography, image interpretation services, MRI, Neuro, Body and PET/CT interpretations and multi-modality teleradiology sub-specialty interpretations.

NDI specializes in affordable teleradiology subspecialty interpretations  including final interpretations, digital telemammography, ultrasound and sonograms, breast imaging, day coverage and night coverage for sub-specialty readings and readings involving emergent, routine and overflow diagnostic image studies.

National Diagnostic Imaging provides innovative, world class teleradiology subspecialty interpretations for radiologists, imaging centers, radiology groups, clinics, hospitals, radiology departments, office-based imaging practices, outpatient clinics. private practice physicians, medical centers and other healthcare facilities .

Listed below are just a few of the teleradiology subspecialty interpretation services offered by National Diagnostic Imaging. 

Visit, call National Diagnostic Imaging at 216-514-1199 or email  if your radiology group or imaging ceneter would like to outsource your radiology interpretations to subspecialists.