Your report

Your report will be interpreted and read by a Partners Imaging board certified radiologist.

Picture of Dr GoldbergIt will be sent to your referring physician the same day or within one business day, in the vast majority of cases.

Physician’s have access to your report from the Physicians Web Portal or via the PACS imaging client (Inteleviewer) provided as soon as the report is signed.  Reports are also automatically faxed at the same time.

Patients can also access their reports and scan history via the Secure Patient Portal that can be accessed from this website.  See pink link on the right side of this page or from the Patient Info menu. Simply register and login.  Your email address must be on file with us to be able to login.  Please call and update your email if it has changed or if you are unable to login.

Please note that it can take 2 to 3 days, from the time that the report is read, for it to show in the Patient Portal.

The Sub Specialist Advantage

While there are differences in image quality depending on the equipment, there is greater variability and potentially more serious consequences regarding the reporting of the scan results.  At many hospitals and imaging centers, a pool of radiologists, including general and less experienced radiologists, are assigned to interpret scans. In some cases, non radiologists may actually be the only ones providing results. Depending on who happens to be reading a particular scan, this often results in a vague and non-specific report which may not be fundamentally incorrect, but nevertheless, is not helpful to the referring physician. The patient in turn has lost an opportunity to receive proper treatment.

The radiologists at Partners Imaging are board certified, sub-specialty trained, highly experienced, and take our responsibility seriously. Each radiologist has interpreted tens of thousands of scans in his area of specialty. Because we read cases exclusively in our area of expertise, our reports are consistently accurate and highly detailed with pertinent positives and negatives. At the same time, they are relevant and practical to the patient’s problems.

At Partners Imaging, we understand the importance of prompt results. In most cases, a final transcribed report is sent to the referring physician or is available on our secure network within a few hours of completing the scan. All wet readings or pertinent results are called stat to the referring physician with a full written report following shortly thereafter.

As a courtesy to our referring physicians, we often provide a 2nd opinion report on outside scans.