North Coast Radiology Group (NCRG) has flexible delivery options available so you can receive NCRG reports and diagnostic images as efficiently as possible.
This delivery option consists of using a secure messaging service (Medical Objects) to deliver validated reports either directly into practice management software such as Best Practice or Medical Director as HL7 files OR as PDF’s into a specific folder on your server or main computer (suitable for those who do not use practice management software).
Electronic Reports & Images
Electronic reports and images are made available to referrers via Inteleconnect (a web-based Portal and Apple App) or Inteleviewer (Windows or Apple desktop application – download from here). These all rely on internet availability, a valid user and password. To apply for an online account, please click here
You can receive NCRG reports via facsimile. To provide us with your fax number click here to update your practice details.
A printed report can be delivered via post or given directly to patients. Images may also sometimes be printed depending on the modality. Set the practice preference here
Filmless is the preferred method but films can be given to patients or posted. When updating practice details select Filmless to No and select preferred delivery method.
Diagnostic Images can be exported onto a CD, which includes reader software to enable practitioners to review those images digitally. The CD can be sent in the post to the referrer or given directly to the patient by updating practice details
One Time Access
We are able to grant one time access to specific patient examinations or images where patients may be visiting a non-local practitioner who does not have an online account with us and/or when patients have forgotten to take their images. To request one time access for a particular patient examination, please click here
NCRG does not email medical reports or images using standard email due to confidentiality and privacy of patient information.
It is important to note that for any of the diagnostic imaging report and image delivery methods described above, you as the referring practitioner need to ensure you are receiving reports and images for patients in your care.
To download a copy of our Confidentiality form, please click here
If you are having any technical issues with your existing delivery of reports and images from us, please click here