J & J Medical, LLC

       -The Power of Prevention-™

Coronary Calcium Scoring Program Development
A customized "turnkey" calcium scoring program developed by national experts for your CT department 

The J & J Medical team has over 60 years of combined coronary calcium scoring experience and have helped to develop and operate some of the most successful calcium scoring programs in the country.

Many CT operators have not implemented a successful calcium scoring program and forgo both clinical and economic benefit as a result. Coronary calcium scoring is an essential tool for your clinical practice and your CT department.

Developing a turnkey calcium scoring program requires expertise, experience, and access to volumes of information. The experts at J & J Medical have amassed and developed every essential component of a successful calcium scoring program to aide your CT department's transition into heart attack prevention via coronary calcium scoring.

 Coronary Calcium Scoring

  • Can be delivered via 4, 16, 32, 64 slice, or newer CT scanners
  • Is a low radiation, non-invasive test 
  • Has been scientifically validated by recent peer reviewed research as an effective heart attack prevention and early CAD detection test 
  • Takes only minutes
  • Is being evaluated for reimbursement by several major payors
  • Occurs in hospitals, imaging centers, and cardiology and radiology practices
  • Has significant economic impact on CT Departmental performance

Components Include:

    • Staff, physician, and administrator education
    • Implementation of all operational processes                                                
    • All departmental forms and documents 
    • All applicable policies and procedures 
    • Scheduling department integration
    • Physician reading and overread planning 
    • Complete business and financial performance forecasting
    • Much more....

    Early detection of coronary artery disease and heart attack prevention via coronary calcium scoring are initiatives of both the American College  of Cardiology and the American Heart Association