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(SAN FRANCISCO and CHICAGO) – Nov. 26, 2012
NightShift Radiology Achieves 3 Million Cases Read

NightShift Radiology, a national on-call teleradiology practice, today announced the company has read 3 million cases since its inception in 2001. The practice continues to demonstrate its sustained growth having reached the 2 million cases milestone in 2010.

"This achievement is a testament to NightShift's commitment to clients and our proven track record of success," said Michael Myers, M.D., co-founder of NightShift. "Over the years, NightShift has emerged as a unique voice in the teleradiology industry by remaining focused on supporting our clients' clinical needs, as well as their business objectives. Along with my fellow co-founder, Eric Trefelner, M.D., I would like thank our valued clients, as well as our dedicated staff, for making these 11 years of growth possible."

NightShift Radiology offers highly qualified radiologists, the majority of which are fellowship-trained, or have advanced Certificate of Added Qualification (CAQ) training. With an approach that emphasizes long-term partnerships, client practices of all sizes have come to rely on NightShift for timely and accurate reports and turnaround times, with ongoing quality assurance and support.

All of NightShift's radiologists are U.S.-based and employed full-time to ensure reliability and consistency of service. As a complement to standard service delivery, the company launched NightWatch, a web-based tool that offers on-demand access for case review and printing of radiology and administrative reports.

NightShift Radiology will be an exhibitor at RSNA 2012, North Building - Hall B: booth 7547.

About NightShift Radiology

Founded in 2001 by Dr. Eric Trefelner and Dr. Michael Myers, NightShift Radiology is a unique teleradiology provider supporting clients with U.S.-based radiologists, employed full-time by the company. NightShift delivers JCAHO-accredited services through sophisticated, secure and reliable technology backed by meticulous quality assurance and quality improvement processes. All radiologists are directly accessible and the company delivers accurate reports in 20-minutes or less, on average. More than 3 million cases have been read since the company's inception.