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
 
 
Background
Scanris is a teleradiology company offering reads and interpretations of images of different modalities such as MRI, CT, X-Rays and Ultrasound.

Scanris has developed its teleradiology services practice by adopting elements from the founders past experience in providing consulting and technology services for R&D of drug development and medical devices companies. The core principles and experience include:

Interdisciplinary training: Scientists, Medical specialists and technologists (software engineers) are cross trained to provide best of breed solutions.
Technology enabling: Scanris uses state-of-the-art technology in moving images from client’s locations to our locations.
Methodologies and principles: Scanris uses stringent services, principles and methodologies and follows documented SOPs to provide fast, effective turnaround to reading and interpreting MRI, CT, Ultrasound and X-ray images.
Compliance: Scanris core lab adheres strictly to FDA Regulatory compliance (21 CFR Part 11, cGxP, HIPAA).
Clinical trials: Scanris can additionally focus on patients enrolled in clinical trials. The founders past experience in technology and process consulting for clinical trials, knowledge of all systems and FDA rules and regulations through the practice in Compliance and Validation enables us to provide excellent teleradiology services for drugs and devices in clinical trials (Phase I-IV).
 

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