Our board-certified, in-house radiology staff has experience in multiple therapeutic areas along with extensive technology expertise for managing high-volume trials. We also have a strategic relationship with Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), which we've maintained for more than 20 years, giving us unprecedented access to the best clinical talent in the world and more than 80 subspecialty-trained physicians.
Whether you choose from WCC's own board-certified, in-house radiology experts, subspecialty-trained physicians from MGH or your own independent reviewers, you will receive the expertise, scalability and resources necessary to manage large volumes of images and keep your trial on track.
Since its creation out of Massachusetts General Hospital Imaging (formerly the MGH Department of Radiology) in 1995, WCC has maintained a strategic relationship with the oldest and largest teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School. This access to the vast range of expertise in multiple subspecialties and modalities (including neuroradiology and nuclear medicine) allows us to provide our sponsors with the highest quality medical reads by leaders in many different disease states.
We draw our extensive global technology expertise and teleradiology capabilities from our parent company ProScan Imaging. As one of the world’s most trusted and experienced radiology providers, ProScan enables us to manage virtually any volume of images for our trials, while evolving our service offerings and expanding our global reach as the imaging industry grows.
Through our cross-department relationship with MGH, we are able to draw from the best independent readers in the world for imaging studies and beyond by offering our sponsors access to subspecialty-trained physicians from across departments, who have world-class therapeutic expertise in multiple disease states. We also provide Endpoints Adjudication Committees (EACs) if multiple subspecialists are required. Whether it's a melanoma study that requires a radiologist, dermatologist and oncologist, or a vascular study that requires an arrhythmia specialist and stroke neurologist, WCC can leverage the expertise needed.
As a member of the ProScan family of companies, WCC leverages the infrastructure of a diagnostic teleradiology network that efficiently processes over 1,000 images per day from 350 sites worldwide using our proprietary WorldPRO technology. This advanced reach allows us to provide sponsors with access to global therapeutic expertise and the scalability to process any volume of images for radiology review and image archiving.
ProScan is a global leader in operating freestanding diagnostic imaging centers and owns and operates one of the most sophisticated image transmission networks in the world. All of ProScan’s radiologists are fellowship-trained in at least one subspecialty and bring extensive experience in image interpretation. The ProScan team also provides a superior workflow born from decades of experience as the oldest privately-held teleradiology practice in the U.S., enabling us to offer an operational advantage for complex trials.