Sending Your Imaging Records Electronically is Easy
Brain2Spine, formerly Neurosurgical Associates of Tampa Bay, offers patients a safe and secure way to send medical imaging records, from the comfort of home.
Please upload your most recent imaging along with the report here.
If you have questions about how to find, upload, or submit your imaging scans electronically, see the instructions below or call our office at (727) 828-8400.
How to Obtain Your Imaging Records
You are guaranteed access to your medical imaging records under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
Your image files are typically stored at the facility where you had your exam. When you request your imaging records, you will be asked to sign a release form. The images will typically be available in one of these formats:
- A CD
- Another electronic storage device such as a flash drive
If you have any issues in obtaining your imaging records, or have questions about submitting scans, please call our office at (727) 828-8400.
The preferred browser for submitting scans is Google Chrome. If you want to use Internet Explorer 9 or later, Safari, or Firefox, you will need to install the Java plug-in to upload images. The DICOM Grid application will recognize the browser you are using and guide you through the Java installation process. The plug-in should only take one minute to install.
Sign In or Register
Go to: https://nsatb.dicomgrid.com/share/Brain2SpineWebsiteUploads
Enter your email address and click ‘Continue’. Returning users will be prompted to enter their password. First-time users will be prompted to enter their First Name, Last Name, and password. First-time users are also required to accept the Terms and Conditions and the HIPAA Agreement.
Select the folder that contains your medical image files. A scan process will produce a list of qualifying medical images. Select the images that you want to upload. Enter an optional message. Check the authorization box. Click “Upload and Share Selected Studies”.
If you need help uploading your scans: