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Joe Schmugge

Vice President of Operations. Mr. Schmugge has led many areas of the practice, since joining vRad in 2004, including the 24/7 operations center team, demand forecasting, physician services, and the radiologist quality assurance program.

Imaging volumes beginning to return amidst COVID-19

No one anticipated the rapid onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, nor the plunge in imaging demand that followed. The question on everyone’s mind is, “When will we return to ‘normal’?” Despite predictions that a drop of 50% to 70% could last 3-4 months, early indicators show volume returning in many parts of the country already.

Critical Relay Times and the Future of Stroke and Trauma Treatment

 Today is our third and final post in deference to Stroke and Trauma Awareness Month:

Trauma Awareness Month and vRad’s Impact

As I mentioned in my last post, May is both Trauma and Stroke Awareness month. vRad serves hundreds of trauma and stroke centers across the U.S.  The intention of this blog series is to provide a behind-the-scenes look into our process for triaging stroke and trauma studies and relaying critical findings. 

Stroke Awareness Month and vRad’s Impact

May is both Stoke and Trauma awareness month.  In recognition of this, we will be publishing a series of 3 posts covering:

  1. Stroke information and our impact;
  2. Trauma information and our impact;
  3. Critical relay times and the future of stroke and trauma treatment.