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Frequantly Asked Question

Frequantly Asked Question

What is Teleradiology?

Teleradiology is the process of transmitting and receiving digital radiology images from one point to another through a secure digital network. The transmission of images is performed using advanced computer systems, typically over internet. Through teleradiology, images can be sent to another part of the hospital, or anywhere in the world.

Teleradiology is a means of electronically transmitting radiographic patient images and consultative text from one location to another.

A basic teleradiology system consists of three major components:
  • 1. An image sending station
  • 2. A transmission network
  • 3. A receiving/image review station.
  • All these components of our network are interconnected with each other via a secure network.

What is DICOM?

DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) is a standard that is the framework for medical-imaging communication.

Who will read our studies?

All studies are read by one or more of our consultant radiologists. In addition, subspecialists will read studies according to their area of expertise

How long will it take to get my reports?

Depending on your needs, we can turn reports around in as little as 30 minutes.

How will you send my report?

In addition, you can access reports via our secure server. The password-protected entry can be found on our interface that we provide to our clients.

What areas of subspecialty do you have?

Teleradiology Providers has subspecialists in all areas of radiology, including, but not limited to: cardiac, musculoskeletal, body imaging, neuroradiology, pediatric, and women’s imaging. We also have exposure to chiropractic practice imaging and facilties for clinical trial reporting.

Where do your radiologists read from?

Our radiologists work from their homes or our dedicated centre and all of us speak English as their primary language.

Are the radiologists available for consultation?

Yes, our radiologists are available for consultation.

How will I receive my reports?

You can access your reports via a secure login to our PACS which is provided by Teleradiology Providers. Our reports have special software to provide key images on the report and aid the referring physician’s understanding of the process.

How do I get started?

1. Get in touch with us – We will answer your questions, get to know your needs and develop a proposal for you

2. Once we have agreed, discussion with our IT team to evaluate your current technology and what will be needed for teleradiology

3. Our IT team will remotely connect your centre to our dedicated server and we our team can start reporting for you. Usually it takes at the most 3-4 days to get started.

4. Remote training for your technical staff

5. Continued training for staff when needed

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