ROE Portal

Physicians outside Mass General/Partners can use our convenient Web-based program, ROE (Radiology Order Entry) Portal, to schedule exams and get access to results, including exam images.

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ROE (Radiology Order Entry) Portal is the fastest, most convenient way for physician offices to schedule exams and obtain results.

An easy-to-use program:

  • Schedule imaging exams instantly including MRI, CT, PET-CT, ultrasound, mammography and X-ray studies
  • Access patient results and images, including relevant prior studies
  • No software to install
  • Customized access for both office staff and clinicians

Streamlined ordering and scheduling:

  • Checkbox requisition: Select the exam, clinical indications and protocol preferences in a few simple clicks
  • Select an appointment date and time at any of our locations
  • Onscreen calendar shows available appointments at a glance, including same day/next day availability
  • Complete pre-exam information for patients: Your patient leaves your office with an appointment confirmation, driving directions, and exam preparation instructions

Direct access to results and images:

  • Simply view, print, or copy patient results into your own EMR
  • Receive direct alerts for important findings, in addition to immediate contact for urgent or emergent cases

Get started now:

NEED HELP?

If you have questions or need assistance at any point in the referral process, please contact:

Brian Cerroni
617-850-5377

Natalie Egan
617-957-7863

Thomas Rizzo
603-498-7089

  • Click the "Request ROE Portal Access" button and fill out a quick form. One of our respresentatives will contact you.
  • Already registered? Click "Access ROE Portal" to launch ROE Portal.














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