Technology | November 20, 2012

Intelerad Heading to RSNA on the Heels of Big Announcements

Distributed radiology solution provider caps big year with the launch of new products and analysts’ praise

November 15, 2012 – Intelerad Medical Systems is currently ramping up for this year’s RSNA, which takes place November 25-30 at McCormick Place in Chicago. The Intelerad booth this year is #4814, which is located in Hall A of the event center’s South Building.

“We’re very much looking forward to RSNA this year,” said Randall Oka, president and CEO, Intelerad. “As a company, we’ve grown a lot in the past few years and are looking forward to meeting with current and future customers to discuss our new offerings and how they help manage the challenges of radiology practices today.”

New Products

Flow™ by Intelerad® provides radiologists with fluid diagnostic experiences across streamlined workflows, accelerating team collaboration and growing business in complex distributed environments.  With its unified interface, intelligent worklists, structured reports and embedded subspecialty tools, Flow is a high performance enterprise diagnostics solution that lets teams deliver quality results smarter, faster.

InteleConnect Clinical Hub is an online portal for referring physicians, providing easy access to patient images and exams, anywhere and anytime.  Through the solution’s universal clinical viewer, InteleConnect provides physicians with zero-footprint access to any internal or third-party PACS or DICOM archive, using desktop web browsers, mobile devices, or even a streamlined iOS app.

Nuage™ Disaster Recovery Services provides hosted disaster recovery solutions for hospitals and ambulatory imaging providers.  Built on the Nuage Cloud Imaging Platform by Intelerad, Nuage services are scalable and supported by Intelerad infrastructure.  Secured at multiple tier-3 data centers and monitored 24/7, Nuage provides cost-effective PACS data security and reliable business continuity.

Intelerad’s InteleOne Solution Receives High Marks from KLAS

In October, Intelerad’s InteleOne solution received an overall grade of A- in the KLAS research report InteleOne: A KLAS Innovation Review. The report was written by KLAS analysts, with the findings based on a comprehensive series of interviews conducted with InteleOne customers.

Amongst the report’s key findings, InteleOne customers reported improvements in efficiency and workflow, with over 70% seeing a good or excellent ROI. Furthermore, over 60% of customers have seen improved customer relationships. In terms of integration, KLAS validated that InteleOne currently interfaces with 36 different PACS, RIS and EMR solutions.

Intelerad-sponsored events at RSNA

On Sunday, November 25 at 11 a.m., Intelerad will present Radiology Business Journal's list of the 100 largest radiology practices. This list will be unveiled at Intelerad’s booth.

On Tuesday, November 27, Intelerad is sponsoring the first annual RSNA 5K Fun Run, which benefits the RSNA Research & Education Foundation. The run, which already has 450 people registered, starts at 6:30 a.m. at Avery Field in Chicago’s South Grant Park.

Throughout the show, Intelerad will have a digital graffiti wall at their booth. On Monday, November 26 from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Intelerad will have a digital graffiti artist painting a mural at their booth. Outside of that time, conference attendees are invited to express themselves by painting their own design on the wall, which will then be printed out on mouse pads.

For more information: www.intelerad.com/rsna2012/

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