Lead Radiology Administrator

  • Operations
  • New York, United States

Lead Radiology Administrator

Job description

At Covera Health, we believe that advanced data science can prevent serious radiologic misdiagnoses that often lead to poor patient outcomes. Using our proprietary framework, we've helped thousands of patients recover from injury and illness better, faster, and more affordably. We're looking for a Lead Radiology Administrator to join us to maximize the value of radiologic services and to generate the highest quality cost-effective care.

As the Lead Radiology Administrator at Covera Health, you'll work with the Company’s internal and external clinical experts to administrate and define sets of guidelines and definitions for optimal magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) exam protocols related to specific anatomical exams (e.g. shoulder, knee, spine and body). You will be involved in performing the quality assessment of MRI imaging that is performed at our Centers of Excellence. You will work closely with our Chief Medical Director, Dr. Richard Herzog who is also Director of Spinal Imaging at Hospital for Special Surgery and Professor of Radiology at Weill Medical College of Cornell University in New York City. You will also be responsible for serving as a key liaison to radiology provider organizations to communicate information about these exam protocol guidelines and to assist these organizations in their efforts to modify their protocols and practices.

You will be expected to:

  • In collaboration with our clinical team, contribute to efforts to define guidelines and standards for MRI protocols related to specific diagnostic exams and be involved in the quality assessment of the imaging exams.

  • Create material to capture and communicate information about MRI exam protocol guidelines and standards.

  • Serve as key liaison to radiology provider organizations.

  • Assist radiology provider organizations in their efforts to modify their protocols and practices.

  • Perform other duties and contribute to additional initiatives/projects, as deemed appropriate by the Company’s management team.

You'll be a full-time employee with competitive salary, stock options, and great benefits. Benefits include medical, dental, and vision insurance (with premiums fully covered), FSA, pre-tax commuter benefits, flexible paid time-off, and an excellent work environment. Most importantly, you'll get to work with an incredible team of other smart, motivated people who are passionate about changing healthcare for the better!


  • ARMRIT Certification or equivalent, or BA degree

  • At least 5 years of work experience as one of:

    • Senior MRI Technologist and Department Supervisor overseeing daily operations in a hospital, health system or large radiology practice.

    • Senior MRI Administrator, with prior experience as a senior MRI Technologist/Supervisor, of an imaging department in a hospital, health system or large radiology practice.

    • MR Imaging Application Specialist at MRI equipment vendor, responsible for supporting customers on topics related to MRI exam protocols.

  • Experience configuring and managing the imaging sequences included in MRI exam protocols.

  • Experience configuring default/optimal pulse sequence parameters and geometry settings within MRI exam protocols.

  • Experience working with MRI scanners from multiple vendors.

  • Experience interfacing with Radiologists and MRI Technologists.

  • Strong communicator with excellent ability to work in a team environment.