News | Enterprise Imaging | March 30, 2017

Australia's Primary Health Care Limited Using Intelerad to Unify 141 Diagnostic Imaging Sites

Primary’s diagnostic imaging division interprets over 3 million examinations annually for public hospitals, private hospitals, medical centers and community-based centers.

March 30, 2017 — Intelerad Medical Systems recenlty announced that Australia’s Primary Health Care Limited (Primary) has selected Intelerad’s InteleOne XE as the enterprise imaging platform for its diagnostic imaging division, Healthcare Imaging Services (HIS). Together with the Nuance PowerScribe 360 Reporting platform, InteleOne XE will provide a consolidated archive and unified workflow, allowing the nationwide organization’s 141 sites to operate as a single entity. 
 
One of Australia’s largest diagnostic imaging networks, HIS provides a full range of imaging services to public hospitals, private hospitals, medical centers and community-based centers.

InteleOne XE seamlessly links clinicians to patient images and reports stored across disparate radiology information systems (RIS), hospital information systems (HIS), electronic medical records (EMR), picture archiving and communication systems (PACS) and vendor neutral archive (VNA) systems. By connecting clinicians to the various repositories found within the imaging ecosystem, the solution creates cross-enterprise imaging workflows that enable better subspecialist utilization, improve collaboration amongst colleagues and help deliver higher quality care in less time.
 
By consolidating HIS’ archives, InteleOne XE will also provide their independent radiologists with rapid access to current and prior patient data stored across the health system. This not only saves time, but provides a clear view of existing clinical information, resulting in more accurate and timely diagnoses.
 
“With InteleOne XE, we will gain an enterprise workflow that will simultaneously improve operational performance and patient care,” said Dean Lewsam, CE, HIS. “The solution is also highly scalable, which will support our growth, and performs well over low bandwidth – a critical requirement given the remote regions we cover in our network.”

For more information: www.intelerad.com

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