News | Artificial Intelligence | March 27, 2023

DeepTek.ai, a Pune, India-based radiology AI company offering multiple AI-powered solutions for radiology workflow optimization and central reporting services, announced that it has added Usmanpura Imaging Centre, Gujarat's largest imaging center, to its list of partners.

DeepTek.ai, a Pune, India-based radiology AI company offering multiple AI-powered solutions for radiology workflow optimization and central reporting services, has announced it has added Usmanpura Imaging Centre, Gujarat's largest imaging center, to its list of partners. Image courtesy of DeepTek.ai.


March 27, 2023 — DeepTek.ai, a leading radiology AI company offering multiple AI-powered solutions for radiology workflow optimization and central reporting services, has added Usmanpura Imaging Centre, Gujarat's largest imaging center to its list of partners. The partnership between DeepTek.ai and Usmanpura Imaging Centre marks a significant milestone in providing high-quality radiology interpretation services to patients across the state of Gujarat with presence across 12+ locations.

DeepTek.ai's central reading services, powered by its cutting-edge AI platform, Augmento, will further enhance Usmanpura Imaging Centre to deliver accurate radiology reports with reduced turnaround time, enabling faster diagnosis and treatment. The service will ensure round-the-clock patient care for Usmanpura Imaging Centre, as DeepTek.ai will be taking on all central reporting for the Centre.

“Our country will never have enough radiologists, and this is a great way to scale the skilled,” said Amit Gandhi, Chief Business Officer, DeepTek.ai, based in Pune, India. He added, “Our goal is to empower radiologists and radiology department administrators with AI-powered tools that enhance patient care, reduce turnaround time, and improve diagnostic accuracy.” He added that the company will be collaborating to build a Center of Excellence to focus on subspecialty reporting such as neuroradiology, etc., noting, “This new phase in radiology reporting experience will further enhance the delivery of top-notch central reporting services across the country. Together, we will improve patient outcomes and revolutionize the radiology industry."

“We are excited to be associated with DeepTek as its AI powered platform, Augmento, is a one-of-a-kind solution that helps radiologists improve the turnaround time and the quality of reports,” said Dr. Amit Gupta, Founder, Usmanpura Imaging Centre. ”I am sure it will change the scenario in the country on how radiology reporting is perceived, and bring in a drastic change in radiology reporting quality.” Gupta added.

According to the company announcement, DeepTek.ai has successfully established commercial adoption of AI technology in clinical practice, creating clear and quantifiable value for patients, hospitals, and radiologists. In so doing, DeepTek.ai has established itself as a leading provider of central reporting services, leveraging AI-powered tools and a pool of highly experienced radiologists. With over 650+ installations across more than states in India, the company’s offerings touch over 60,000 lives monthly, and are working with over 350 global customers spread across India, Japan, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Nigeria, Kenya, and several other countries, with a 170+ member team, supported by marquee equity partners including TATA Capital Healthcare Fund II and NTT DATA-Japan.

More information: deeptek.ai


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