Definition : teleradiology
Main Entry: tele•ra•di•ol•o•gy
Pronunciation: "tel-&-"rAd-E-'äl-&-jE
Function: noun
Inflected Form: plural -gies
: radiology concerned with the transmission of digitized medical images (as X rays, CT, MRI scans and sonograms) over electronic networks and with the interpretation of the transmitted images for diagnostic purposes
 
 

Scanris is a teleradiology company offering reads and interpretations of images from different radiology modalities such as MRI, CT, X-Ray and Ultrasound.  These interpretations are provided by a network of leading, internationally trained, US Board Certified and licensed radiologists.

Scanris' teleradiology team offers interpretations of radiology-based images in all specialties. DICOM standard images are transferred to the offshore team using either the
Scanris' secure proprietary infrastructure or the client’s own systems.

Scanris provides various levels of Service - Preliminary Reads, Final Reads, and Subspecialty Reads. Additionally other services can be customized to Clients' requirements.

Complete reporting including analysis, review and escalation requirements can be provided within 30-45 minutes of image receipt. This turn-around time is sized to client needs.  All reporting is delivered according to agreed standards and formats.  Click here for Scanris' Sample Reports.

 

Scanris is extremely sensitive about patient information and adheres to strict HIPAA rules and regulations. If Scanris’ secure proprietary infrastructure is utilized, all patient data is stripped from the images before they are sent offshore. This enables complete buffering of sensitive U.S. patient information.
 

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