News | PACS | November 02, 2015

Intelerad Forms Partnership With Kailo Medical to Improve Ultrasound Reporting

Partnership will make Kailo Medical’s SonoReview electronic worksheet and structured reporting solutions available to InteleViewer clients


Inteleviewer, structured reporting

Intelerad Medical Systems, a leader in distributed medical imaging solutions, today announced a partnership to integrate Kailo Medical’s SonoReview solution with Intelerad’s product suite. Designed for both sonographers, technologists and radiologists, SonoReview provides highly customizable reporting templates and electronic worksheets that save time, and produce clear and concise reports.
“SonoReview is a very complete and well-rounded solution that complements our existing offerings nicely,” said Chris Henri, CTO, Intelerad. “As opposed to other solutions on the market, SonoReview takes input from all stages of workflow and produces dynamic, natural language reports. It provides comprehensive support for ultrasound including obstetrics, gynaecology, vascular, musculoskeletal, small parts, breast, abdominal and echocardiography, as well as other modalities, such as DEXA and nuclear medicine.”
In addition to preventing transcription errors, SonoReview seamlessly integrates measurements from modalities and voice recognition packages, resolves the legibility issues associated with handwritten worksheets, and enables referring physicians to review sonographer worksheets, drawings and graphs directly within a diagnostic or clinical viewer.
“Having SonoReview integrated with Intelerad's software will yield significant efficiency gains and clinical benefits,” said Bernard Duscher, co-founder and director, Kailo Medical. “In addition to saving radiologists up to 50 percent of their time for various ultrasound studies, the solution is both agile and feature-rich, allowing historical study comparison, image review, interactive touch-based markup, and the ability to start and stop examinations directly from their PACS workstation.”
Demonstrations of Intelerad’s product suite, including their SonoReview integration will be available at RANZCR 2015 (booth 43), and at RSNA 2015 (booth 3343). To book, visit
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