Technology | November 10, 2014

Intelerad Introduces New Performance and Quality Suite

Suite features fully integrated peer review, critical results management, Intelerad Analytics and other features

Nov. 10, 2014 – Intelerad Medical Systems launched its Performance and Quality Suite, which provides imaging enterprises with a set of key Intelerad modules designed to improve operational performance and diagnostic standards.

To improve diagnostic quality level the Performance and Quality Suite features a newly-enhanced Peer Review module that comes fully integrated into InteleViewer to simplify the process and help deliver timely feedback. The Image Quality Review module allows radiologists to provide feedback to technologists regarding the quality of images produced, while the new integrated Resident Over-Reads module improves the reporting quality of radiologists in training.
 
The Suite also features Intelerad’s Critical Results module, which improves patient care by enabling better prioritization and tracking of critical cases, and enhancing communications with referring and emergency room physicians.
 
In order to measure performance and facilitate continual improvement, the Suite leverages Intelerad Analytics to provide real-time metrics regarding radiologist productivity, quality levels, departmental workflow, study volumes, turnaround times and more.
 
For more information: rsna.intelerad.com

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