Neusoft Medical Systems, USA Announces Alignment with Landauer Medical Physics





Neusoft Medical Systems, USA, a developer and manufacturer of advanced diagnostic imaging equipment including computed tomography systems, announced a partnership with Landauer Medical Physics (LMP), the leading independent provider of medical physics solutions. This partnership will allow Neusoft Medical Systems, USA and LMP to offer a turnkey program for Neusoft clients to more efficiently provide imaging services with minimal hassle and cost.
 
LMP professionals provide a consultative understanding of all state and federal regulations and relevant standards (ACR, Joint Commission, IAC, Image Gently, Image Wisely, etc.) to help Neusoft clients maximize the return on new imaging equipment, avoid regulatory surprises or lost reimbursement due to non-compliance, optimize image quality and radiation dose and minimize unnecessary expenditures or delays.
 
Christopher McHan, President of Neusoft Medical Systems, USA says, "Safe and effective imaging requires two component, high quality technology and competent, compliant imaging practice. At Neusoft, we are focused on developing high performing and cost efficient technology and partnering with other to allow our customers to be more successful. By partnering with LMP, we are able to reach beyond technology, to support our customers' demanding clinical schedules, regulatory requirements, and radiation safety needs."
 
"Landauer Medical Physics is excited to be able to offer clients a single point of contact to guide them through the complex process of setting up new imaging equipment. Our medical physicists provide practical guidance to ensure compliance with relevant state and federal regulations and best practices for radiation safety and image quality.  With our professional medical physics support, clients can maximize their reimbursement while minimizing unnecessary expenditures or delays.  We're excited to have Neusoft as a partner in this initiative," commented Mike Kennedy, President of Landauer Medical Physics.