Technology | October 07, 2008

Intelerad to Introduce New PACS, RIS Workflow Solution

Intelerad Medical Systems launched its new software and networking solution, InteleOne. InteleOne is designed to unify the reading and reporting workflows of radiology clinics and healthcare organizations that provide radiology services to facilities with multiple PACS and RIS.

InteleOne consolidates the image and patient data from multiple PACS and RIS into a streamlined, single workflow solution. Radiological studies can be routed from many different acquisition sites and integrated into the InteleOne master database for reading and case management alongside relevant prior studies. InteleOne enables radiologists to report from a single worklist, viewer and dictation system or voice recognition product – reportedly increasing their efficiency and eliminating the need to learn and use multiple products or workstations from different vendors. Report generation and distribution is also handled within InteleOne, allowing radiologists to sign-off reports in a single system while InteleOne delivers the reports via fax, email or HL7 communications.

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