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Ensuring Performance in a Complex, Ever-Changing Environment

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Alliance Medical is one of Europe’s leading independent providers of imaging services, with operations located across the UK, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands and Spain. In the UK alone, the organization provides services to 400,000 patients each year.

Through technical excellence and exceptional service, Alliance Medical has grown consistently over the past 25 years. In January 2015, the organization started a ten-year contract as leaders of a collaborative network delivering PET/CT scanning services to NHS patients at 30 locations across the country. Six months later, they were named ‘Diagnostics Provider of the Year’ at London’s HealthInvestor Awards.

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Written by atkinsonintelerad

May 11, 2016 at 8:57 am

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Boosting Performance in a Nationally-Distributed Enterprise

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by Paul Atkinson, Marketing Community Manager, Intelerad

Intelerad’s web-based architecture has long been known for enabling high performance in complex environments – from hospitals to large multi-site radiology enterprises and teleradiology groups.

In 2013, NationalRad, a leading subspecialty diagnostic radiology practice located in south Florida, deployed IntelePACS® across their nationwide network of radiologists. In doing so, their team was equipped with an intuitive, industry-leading viewer in InteleViewer™, with rapid access to patient images and information.Chrome Legacy Window 2262015 14610 PM

Last week, we published a case study in which NationalRad’s COO Karen Jodat and Director of IT Ben Gustman discuss the difference that Intelerad has made to their enterprise, which interprets over 100,000 subspecialty exams each year for approximately 125 clients.

In addition to discussing the benefits of system stability, a vastly improved workflow, and Intelerad’s referring physician’s portal, Mr. Gustman describes the positive experience of working with Intelerad’s team.

“At Intelerad, the people, and how they handle things, has really made a difference for us,” said Gustman. “On top of that, the software’s very intuitive. We got trained on the software, but it really didn’t require a whole lot of training. It just made sense right from the beginning.”

To read more, visit the case studies section of our website.

Written by atkinsonintelerad

March 2, 2015 at 11:38 am

IntelePACS and InteleViewer Performance – a Radiologist’s Perspective

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By Paul Atkinson, Marketing Community Manager, Intelerad

ProScan Imaging is a unique radiology group based in Cincinnati, Ohio. One of the largest privately-held teleradiology companies in the world, the organization is made up of 26 outpatient imaging centers across seven states, and provides services to over 300 locations around the globe. On top of that, they also own and operate WorldCare Clinical, which collects and assesses medical images in support of clinical research trials.

An Intelerad® customer since 2006, ProScan’s 30 radiologists use IntelePACS® exclusively to read more than 350,000 studies every year. I recently had the opportunity to sit down with some members of the ProScan team to discuss how they are using our solutions. A full case study, featuring a video interview with their President, Mike O’Brien, can be found on our website.

What I wanted to present here was an interview with Dr. Malcolm Shupeck, to provide the radiologist’s perspective of how Intelerad solutions are helping to drive his performance.

Written by atkinsonintelerad

May 22, 2014 at 4:47 pm

Integrating a Tomosynthesis Module Directly into InteleViewer

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By Paul Atkinson, Marketing Community Manager, Intelerad

As you may have read earlier this week, Intelerad announced the launch of a Tomosynthesis Module that integrates directly into InteleViewer™ (the press release is available here). The module provides a great deal of value to customers as it allows them to expand their breast imaging capabilities and attract new business, without having to invest in dedicated workstations.

By allowing radiologists to read studies from their regular workstation , the module further drives productivity by quickly retrieving tomosynthesis images in their proper orientation, providing automated layout protocols, and allowing images to be stored locally on their workstation.

I recently sat down with Rick Rubin, Intelerad’s Chief Engineer, to discuss the new Tomosynthesis Module. You will find the interview below, where he discusses the timing around this release and how users will benefit from the Module, from both a diagnostic and operational perspective.

Written by atkinsonintelerad

May 15, 2014 at 2:16 pm

Bringing our philosophy to the U.K. market

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By Randall Oka, President & CEO, Intelerad

As you may have seen from this morning’s press release, today marks another milestone for Intelerad as we announced plans to expand our U.K. operations. We’re excited about this new chapter, which follows a period of success that we’ve experienced in the region through our existing customer base, and will ideally lead to the U.K. playing a larger role in our global operations.

One of the advantages of having a customer base already developed in the U.K. is that it provides us with a better understanding of the challenges facing public and private radiology organizations, including NHS Hospitals and Trusts.  bonhomme

The truth is, we’re an alternative to legacy PACS providers, not only in the solutions we provide, but in our philosophy as well. As opposed to fixating on financial results for the market or equity partners, our reason for being is to help organizations provide the highest possible levels of patient care in the most efficient way possible. It’s for this reason that we constantly look at ways to improve the solutions we build and the support we provide – so we can deliver the best possible customer experience to organizations who aim to perform at the highest level.

This philosophy means that we are also selective in who we choose as employees. While this can create staffing challenges at times, it enables us to maintain a team that is both highly-talented and willing to go the extra mile. It also means that we can trust our staff to think a little “outside of the box” when deploying our solutions  to help customers achieve their goals – a level of flexibility that not every solution provider can deliver.

In sticking by this ideology for the past 14 years, we’ve built a significant list of accomplishments. On top of being named as the top ambulatory PACS on the market seven times, we’ve also won awards for our workflow solutions and have received a great deal of recognition for the services and support we provide. We’ve also grown organically, with our staff now surpassing 250 people, and our customer base ranging from small imaging centres to large hospitals across the U.K., North America and Oceania.

We’re looking forward to applying our philosophy to a wider U.K. market, and providing solutions, services and support that will take your operations to the next level. If you’re based in the U.K. and interested in learning more about our company and solutions, we will be hosting a series of events in the region this April that I’d like to invite you to attend. On-site will be our Founder and CTO Chris Henri, UK & Ireland Sales Manager Roy Kinnear to discuss Intelerad and our solutions. The events will also provide you with the opportunity to take in product demonstrations and customer testimonials. For more information, please visit our U.K. tour microsite.

– Randall Oka

Written by randalloka

March 31, 2014 at 11:48 am

Entrevue avec un client d’Intelerad

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par Hélène Gey, Vice-Président du Marketing, Intelerad

La semaine passée, nous avons eu la chance de parler avec le docteur Pierre Bergeron de Radiologie DIX30, un centre de radiologie à Brossard qui vient tout juste d’installer notre solution IntelePACS au mois de Janvier. Voici la vidéo de notre conversation.
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Written by helenegey

February 26, 2013 at 4:21 pm