The news just went out and we are very proud at Intelerad to be recognized as a key leader in our native market!
The InteleOne solution has been in operation at Central Louisiana Imaging for over a year and half now. Dr Stephen Rice analyzes the results and key success factors with us.
IntelePACS and InteleOne to provide report templates with choice of digital dictation or voice recognition for every case
The Right Tool for Every Case
Read Your Way.
- Use the best reporting method for each and every case
- Read and report all studies from a single user interface
- Provide consistent, template-driven reports to referring physicians
Designed to accommodate the way radiologists naturally read and report studies, Intelerad’s Multi-Method Reporting™ blends dictation, voice recognition and structured reporting together into a single, streamlined interface and workflow.
Learn more about Intelerad’s Multi-Method Reporting or come to see us for a live demo at RSNA 2010 (Booth #4849, Hall A)!
Visit www.intelerad.com/rsna2010 for a preview of what will be showcased at our booth.
For Radiology Imaging Consultants (RIC), a large radiology practice in the Chicago area, providing around-the-clock final interpretations by on-site board-certified radiologists had vaulted it to a leadership position. Then growth became more difficult – with staff at maximum capacity and too many systems to manage – it was no longer feasible to provide 24/7 on-site staffing for all its customer hospitals.
Enter Intelerad’s Inteleone, a solution which enables radiology groups and hospitals to streamline their medical imaging workflows when reading for multiple facilities with different HIS, RIS, PACS and EMR. It provides a personalized, universal worklist and easy access to all studies, priors and reports from a single integrated viewer that can be accessed from any computer. In short, with InteleOne, location is irrelevant – exactly what Radiology Imaging Consultants needed.
“Until InteleOne, there was nothing that convincingly integrated multiple facilities seamlessly,” said Dr. Abraham Jay Bronner, RIC’s CEO and practicing radiologist. “No one else was able to do it.”