Vivid Diagnostic Imaging, LLC is a Medical Imaging and Healthcare continuous process improvement solutions provider located in Garland, Texas. We provide in-office nuclear cardiology imaging solutions including staffing, Lab management and process improvement for start-up and existing nuclear Labs.
With increasing operating costs and declining reimbursement rates, Physicians and Healthcare organizations are burdened with how to keep their practice/facility open rather than focus on caring for their patients/clients. It is critical that they remain financially viable and profitable in order to stay open and be available when patients need them. We provide Lean and continuous process improvement & optimization strategies that help eliminate waste, optimize value-adding processes, reduce cost in the right areas, increase revenue and empower organizations to succeed.
Our goal is to empower physicians and healthcare organizations to provide timely, life-saving care that ultimately improves quality of life and outcomes for patients.
Clinical Applications software installation and training
Over the years, we have built relationships with equipment suppliers and equipment service companies. As a result, we are able to negotiate on your behalf to secure contracts that help you save significantly on all nuclear gamma cameras, PET and PET/CT scanners, complete nuclear medicine hot labs, complete stress testing equipment and equipment service. We work with you and your staff to identify and acquire equipment that meet your budget and practice/facility needs.
Authorized representatives for imaging equipment purchase & servicing
We work with equipment suppliers to provide clinical applications software installation and Technologist training. We have experience in multiple nuclear imaging applications and processing algorithms and are available to facilitate seamless, timely equipment installation and training.
At Vivid Diagnostic Imaging, we put patient safety first!
Vivid Diagnostic Imaging participates in the image wisely pledge, a collaborative initiative of the American College of Radiology, the Radiological Society of North America, the American Society of Radiologic Technologists and the American Association of Physicists in Medicine.
This initiative was developed to encourage imaging professionals to perform nuclear medicine procedures only when clinically indicated, optimizing the radiation dose based on the specific clinical task. This means performing only studies that are necessary and meet the appropriateness criteria for patient diagnosis and treatment plan.