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Dr. Reiner will help oversee RadSite’s quality-benchmarking programs, support several key committees, and assist in the development of future imaging outcome measures. Previously, Dr. Reiner served as RadSite’s director of accreditation. To view his full biography, click here.
“Dr. Reiner brings to RadSite a tremendous background in radiology, as well as his forward-thinking approach to advanced diagnostic imaging,” notes Garry Carneal, JD, MA, RadSite Advisory Board chair. His career, spanning more than 30-years, has been dedicated to advancing the practice and scholarship of radiology. He is a sought-after leader noted for publishing and co-authoring numerous books, articles, abstracts, and scientific exhibits. “He will be instrumental in expanding RadSites’s quality standards in the imaging field.”
RadSite is one of just four organizations recognized by the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to offer advanced diagnostic imaging accreditation. Pursuant to the MIPPA Accreditation (MAP), RadSite accredits CT, MRI, PET, and SPECT – also referred to as nuclear medicine – diagnostic imaging machines. To learn how RadSite’s MAP Standards can benefit payers, imaging providers and other stakeholders, click here.
Bruce Reiner MD, RadSite’s new chief medical officer replied, “RadSite is uniquely positioned to positively impact quality, safety, education, and clinical outcomes in medical practices by using objective data-driven analysis.” “Our approach can be customized to the unique practice and technology of accredited organizations. I am looking forward to building on and enhancing RadSite’s current standards to include metrics that can be used in today’s value-based purchasing environment,” concluded Dr. Reiner.
Dr. Reiner is licensed in 22 states, and holds certifications from the National Board of Medical Examiners as well as the American Board of Radiology. In addition to RadSite, he currently serves as a consulting radiologist for the Maryland Veterans Affairs Medical Center located in Baltimore. Dr. Reiner received his medical degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine and has been in practice since 1986.