Nines Differences
Quality Radiologists

Efficient IT

Swift Communications

Nines Differentiators

There’s Nines, and then there’s teleradiology. Nines is quality cloud-based radiology that leading health care facilities trust. We perform with high standards to bring you modern services across Nines physicians, IT, communications, and market awareness.

Quality, cloud-based. We’d like to support you in providing outstanding patient care. Let’s discuss how we can serve you as a trusted partner.

Our go-live with Nines was complex, but it was an incredibly smooth transition

- Top 20 U.S. Hospital Center

Quality Radiologists

World-Class Training

Nines hires leading radiologists with sub-specialties and training from world-class institutions including Yale, Johns Hopkins, Stanford, and University of Pennsylvania.

Empowered by AI

  • NinesAI is FDA-cleared to triage time-critical, life-threatening indications of mass effect (ME) & intracranial hemorrhage (ICH), and alert Nines radiologists in appx. 15 seconds after the scan is complete.

Responsible Staffing

  • Our staffing is commensurate with volume. We do not exceed capacity in exchange for profit. 
  • Licensed in 48 U.S. states and sub-specialized.

Efficient IT


  • Nines accepts your HL7 specs so your busy IT department can focus on other projects.
  • Nines manages integration complexity, significantly reducing your need to manage outside vendors.
  • Establish connectivity to modalities in case of PACS service disruption.

Saves Time

Respecting your valuable time, a dedicated Nines engineering team completes the job on schedule.

Swift Communications

Fast and Relevant

Nines engineers build tools at Silicon Valley speed to our radiologists’ specs.

Nines Navigator™


Concierge support is more than just IT, it’s streamlined workflow to communicate clearly with your team.

Nines Cloud Phone System

General Inquiries

Interested in partnering with or working at Nines? We'd like to hear from you. Let us know and we'll respond promptly.

This form is not intended to provide medical care or answer patient related questions. If you're a patient and have questions about your imaging study or medical care, please contact your medical provider.