SG&A Services has provided radiology image management, network infrastructure, and standards knowledge to its clients for PACS, Mini-PACS and Teleradiology projects since 1984. Working with IS, Radiology, Bio-medical, and other clinical department stakeholders, SG&A understands an institution's diverse needs for successful deployment of a PACS project, no matter the size. A privately owned, independent consulting firm, SG&A works exclusively with healthcare provider institutions, keeping an unbiased vision of what's best for the clients.
SG&A structured the firm to be flexible and responsive to the clients by providing customized consulting services to fit your needs. We have a passion for excellence and dedication to providing the highest professional consulting services.
SG&A consultants are recognized experts in the industry focused on analysis, development, planning, and deployment of PACS. The consultants currently have over 400 individual implementations.
The SG&A mission is to make your PACS and/or IT project a success. SG&A Services is dedicated to providing the management tools, techniques, and consulting services to ensure the successful planning and implementation of the client's PACS and IT integration project. SG&A can help clients satisfy the technical, clinical, economic, and scheduled requirements to ensure a successful implementation.
SG&A clients are large and small hospital inpatient and outpatient facilities, imaging centers, and integrated Networked Healthcare providers. These organizations are all seeking to leverage and integrate hospital and radiology information and PACS systems with enterprise wide network, storage and security strategies. Consolidating today's multiple vendor strategies into one single enterprise strategy is often the single largest challenge.
Stuart C. Gardner, President & Founder
Stuart C. Gardner is the founder of SG&A Services. He has over twenty-five years of network and radiology image management and PACS industry experience. As an industry entrepreneur, Mr. Gardner co-founded two leading PACS companies. In 1985, he co-founded AVP a PACS and teleradiology company that was later acquired, and in 1987, co-founded Merge Technologies, the world largest provider of DICOM product and applications tools in the industry. He is also a past member of ACR/NEMA DICOM Standards Committee from 1985-1992.