May is National Stroke Awareness Month Every year, more than 795,000 people in the United States have a stroke, or a reduction in blood supply to the brain, causing brain tissue to die within minutes from lack of oxygen and nutrients. To raise awareness of this deadly disorder, May has been designated as National Stroke …
Immediate Opening – Lead Vascular Technologist Job Summary New Frontier Mobile Diagnostics has an immediate opening for a Lead Registered Vascular Technologist (RVT/RDMS) to complement the expansion of our imaging team. The ideal individual should be capable of independently performing vascular, general, and OB/GYN ultrasound studies as part of NFMD’s on-site care for patients, as …
Imaging Care for Minority Health Month April is National Minority Health Month, and New Frontier is celebrating minority voices and bringing awareness to the healthcare disparities faced by minorities in the United States. As we highlighted in the post explaining our mission, “Imaging for Everyone,” access to quality, affordable healthcare is one of the largest …
New Frontier has joined many in the medical community exploring the advantages and disadvantages of handheld ultrasound imaging scanners that connect to smartphones and tablets. Here are the key points we suggest care providers take into account when weighing their imaging tech options.
Kansas City Pediatric Cardiology will now be able to reach more families of children with heart conditions in Kansas and Missouri by partnering with New Frontier Mobile Diagnostics, the region’s newest provider of portable diagnostic imaging.
Increasing revenue, decreasing stress, and optimizing the patient experience with point-of-care ultrasound services.
While 2020 saw us get off the ground, 2021 is the year when New Frontier truly starts executing on our core mission – improving access to diagnostic imaging for everyone, regardless of where they live or their insurance coverage.
A registered diagnostic cardiac sonographer (RDCS) shares her thought process when evaluating sticking with the hospital’s patient churn and burn or switching to something lesser known: a portable diagnostic imaging company that goes directly to the point of care.
There’s a perfect storm brewing. Pandemic era patients are avoiding non-urgent visits to their doctors, causing an income downturn. On top of that? 2021 E/M coding changes are coming around the bend. Is your practice poised for growth?
Quality technology, experienced and properly motivated technologists, and a tech-physician relationship built on trust are the cornerstones of a top tier diagnostic imaging practice.
Find out not only how adopting a provider that excels in these three areas can take patient care to the next level, but also the toll a deficit in these areas can take on outcomes and the practices’ bottom line.
New Frontier Mobile Diagnostics was formed to make diagnostic care easy, safe, and convenient. NFMD brings compassionate care close to the patient, where they need it.
Our mission: Imaging for Everyone
NFMD is categorized as an Independent Diagnostic Testing Facility (IDTF), and is an approved Medicare Part B and Medicaid provider in Kansas and Missouri.