National Coalition for Quality Diagnostic Imaging Services

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The National Coalition for Quality Diagnostic Imaging Services (NCQDIS) was established in 1997, as a trade association for the diagnostic imaging industry in the United States.

NCQDIS has three primary objectives:

  • to monitor regulatory developments that may affect the industry;
  • to act as an industry advocate on regulatory and legislative issues;
  • to educate third-party payers-governmental and nongovernmental-about the cost-saving technological advances and high-quality services diagnostic imaging centers provide.

Today, NCQDIS represents more than 2,400 outpatient diagnostic imaging centers and departments throughout the United States.

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