Radiology Associates of North Texas, P.A. (RADNTX) is participating in a merger that will further expand the organization. Tyler Radiology Associates and East Texas Radiology Consultants are joining with the group; through this merger RADNTX is welcoming 28 new radiologists, expanding the practice to over 200 physicians. The organization continues to be the largest private radiology practice in Texas and one of the largest in the nation, with plans for continued expansion.
Both practices decided to merge after connecting with RADNTX’s Independent Radiology Network (IRN). The IRN is designed to provide expanded resources and improved quality for private practice radiology practices throughout Texas and the surrounding states. Partnering with other high-performing regional radiologists is a foundational endeavor of RADNTX’s physician leadership.
“Tyler Radiology Associates (TRA) is proud to enter into a partnership with Radiology Associates of North Texas.,” says Dr. Robert Weissmann with Tyler Radiology Associates. “TRA believes in independent, physician-led radiology practices. After evaluating several options, we are excited to have found a partner that shares our values and vision for healthcare in East Texas.”
RADNTX’s goal through the IRN is to provide Texas-based radiology practices that desire to remain independent and wholly physician-owned but require expanded service levels access to RADNTX’s world-class infrastructure. Through the IRN, RADNTX is able to provide practices with information technology services that include an integrated worklist driven platform, as well as billing and revenue cycle management, clinical coordination, increased sub-specialization, overnight final reads, quality and compliance programs, analytics and reporting, business services, and much more.
“What initially brought us to Radiology Associates was its reputation for honesty, integrity, and quality in the radiology market. Radiology Associates’ goal is to provide maximum support for the continued private practice of radiology in the state of Texas,” says Dr. Randy Erwin with East Texas Radiology Consultants. “For private practice to survive and prosper, a large organization dedicated to their members, fellow physicians, and patients is paramount.”