Diagnostics Center Management software

Each day our outpatient centers serve hundreds of patients in need of medical imaging and other radiology procedures. Physicians refer their patients to CDI because we offer exceptional quality in clinical services, images and diagnoses – which are critical to determining your care and treatment.
As one of the nation’s first outpatient imaging providers, CDI’s foundation is our uncompromising commitment to quality. Our centers are led by specialized physicians and staffed by highly trained, patient-focused associates. We are experts in imaging technology; thus we use only advanced imaging equipment, aiding our team in providing you and your doctor with the best possible results. Our goal is to provide the finest in imaging services – the right procedure, at the right time, for each individual patient.

We invite you to explore our Web site for more information on your or a loved one’s medical imaging or radiology procedure, on your local CDI center, or about our physicians or related information. Welcome to CDI. We’re glad to be of service to you.


The purpose of diagnostic centers is to detect harmful health conditions that may exist within the human body. Some problems, such as certain types of cancers, liver problems, kidney stones, gallstones and certain other maladies can only be detected through diagnostic imaging. Diagnostic centers commonly do DNA testing and MRI imaging on a regular basis. Some diagnostic services are provided through the use of mobile systems like the Mammogram, which screens for breast cancer.
Policies and Procedures (P & P) are practices that are set up to instruct personnel on how to perform operational tasks. P & Ps should answer why a task is being performed and how the task is expected to be completed. They are generally written for the purposes of operational management, regulatory compliance, accreditation standards and legal mandates.

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