In an ongoing effort at remaining the #1 lowest cost provider, despite many opportunities SIS remains privately held and has avoided going public enabling more flexibility and a focus on clients rather than shareholders. This has enabled us to keep costs low and be there for the industry especially now when healthcare entities need it the most. SIS has been around for 21 years and is the nation’s foremost Diagnostic Services Organization (“DSO”) being rapidly retained by healthcare entities to cut/control imaging costs and assist in overall increasing diagnostic testing efficiency.

SIS has forged strategic relationships with industry leaders such as GE, Cardinal and others to provide the most cost effective and seamless services for those performing in office diagnostic imaging. We boast clientele across the United States, including many of the premier organizations in their area. A partial list can be seen scrolling across the bottom of the site.

SIS provides everything from equipment, ongoing personnel and management services, radiopharmaceuticals, licensing, accreditation, physicists, camera service, and all else required for efficient and affordable testing. SIS provides its clients a turnkey, bundled, lower cost option to providing in house diagnostics. Whatever your needs are, SIS has a perfect solution.

SIS’s fixed and mobile diagnostic cost cutting solutions have been featured by FOX Business News, DotMed, Cardiovascular Business, Cardiology News and Managedcare Magazine, and has been referred to as “the future of in office diagnostics.”

SIS and its group of companies are licensed and in full compliance with the regulatory bodies.

SIS is accredited by the Intersocietal Commission for the Accreditation of Nuclear Medicine Laboratories (ICANL) which provides facility approval and certification programs for nuclear cardiology, nuclear medicine, and PET. The ICANL is a member division of the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC). The IAC is comprised of six member divisions, each ensuring quality patient care and promoting health care within a specific medical specialty.