Dr. Ryan Polselli: Patient-Centered Practice

Dr. Ryan Polselli, founder and CEO of MammoLink®, is a Breast Imaging Radiologist who also serves as the current Head of Breast Imaging for Global Imaging Specialists. He has more than a decade of clinical experience in his field and is passionate about making sure patient needs are met in the breast imaging field.

MammoLink®: A Patient-Centered Practice

When Dr. Ryan Polselli founded his first company and later founded MammoLink®, he was interested in improving how patient needs are met in the industry. Recently, MammoLink® has made promising strides in the industry, and the team sees a bright future.

Ryan Polselli

Dr. Polselli predicts that, soon, MammoLink® will take its place as the most patient-focused, effective, and efficient breast cancer screening and diagnosis organization nationwide.

Helping Women in Need

In addition to making breast cancer screening and diagnosis more readily available, Dr. Polselli and his MammoLink® team make charitable contributions with a portion of the funds from every mammogram. This money goes to helping women in need.

About Ryan Polselli

Ryan Polselli designed MammoLink® to send a portion of every mammogram back to the community to the charity chosen by each patient. "Our current healthcare system forces patients to jump through an endless number of hoops to take care of themselves. It would be hard to design a more inconsiderate, inconvenient, and inefficient system. The system "bends" patients, often unreasonably, to fit the needs of the system, rather than "bending" to the needs of the patient. It is time that we completely redesign a healthcare system that puts patients first and gives patients complete control so that they can best take care of their health. This is especially true in the field of breast cancer screening and diagnosis." --Ryan Polselli, M.D., Diplomate of the American Board of Radiology, Fellowship Trained Breast Imaging Radiologist, Founder and CEO of MammoLink®
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