News | Enterprise Imaging | October 17, 2019

OneWelbeck Selects Intelerad to Standardize Medical Imaging at New Centers of Excellence

nuage PACS in the cloud anchors extensive Intelerad solutions deployment for network of new facilities in U.K.

Intelerad's nuage Patient Portal

Intelerad's nuage Patient Portal. Image courtesy of Intelerad.

October 17, 2019 — Intelerad Medical Systems announced that OneWelbeck, a London operator of specialist facilities for minimally-invasive day surgery and outpatient diagnostics, has standardized on a range of Intelerad medical imaging solutions to equip its centers of excellence. All imaging and surgical departments will leverage the Intelerad solutions. Focused on leveraging technology and innovation to deliver exceptional outcomes for patients, OneWelbeck is deploying the following Intelerad solutions:

In addition, OneWelbeck is using Intelerad modules for:

  • Case assignment;
  • Peer review;
  • Analytics; and
  • Teaching and multidisciplinary team (MDT).

nuage PACS in the cloud is the cornerstone of a comprehensive, next-generation, distributed medical imaging platform for storing, retrieving and routing medical images. It ensures image and data integrity, while providing anytime, anywhere access. The system incorporates customized workflows and native support for subspecialty reading in a flexible, component-based design.

OneWelbeck plans to open 20 more UK-based clinics over the next five years.

“OneWelbeck required new solutions for all aspects of healthcare, and Intelerad’s workflow capabilities were the best we reviewed during a comprehensive, 18-month evaluation period spanning a wide range of vendors,” said Kelvin Donald, chief of infrastructure and partnership for Welbeck Health Partners. “We believe in going ‘beyond better’, and we have found that Intelerad’s solutions and staff fit that characterisation precisely.” 

The Intelerad partnership is part of OneWelbeck plans to open 20 more U.K.-based clinics over the next five years. 

For more information: www.intelerad.com

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