Technology | PACS Accessories | November 18, 2015

Intelerad Launches Integrated Technologist Portal with IntelePACS 4.12.1

Portal provides technologists with customizable worklists, a case editor, access to patient history and document scanning

Intelerad, IntelePACS 4.12.1, Technologist Portal, RSNA 2015

IntelePACS image courtesy of Intelerad

November 18, 2015 — Intelerad Medical Systems announced the release of their Technologist Portal. Integrated directly into IntelePACS (picture archiving and communication system) and InteleOne XE, the solution facilitates case assignment to technologists and allows them to add the information required to fill orders.

According to Intelerad Chief Engineering Officer Rick Rubin, the solution’s worklist allows technologists to see their pending patients, start and complete exams, modify demographics, view images and scan documents. “Meanwhile, our partnership with Kailo Medical provides highly customizable reporting templates and electronic worksheets that save time, and produce clear and concise reports,” he added.

A Web-based solution accessible from any browser, the Portal allows users to create multiple custom worklists based on selected criteria. From there, the user can start an exam; update order information; add notes; view images; and complete orders from within their worklist. In addition, the solution allows users to view studies that have failed to obtain validation; modify procedure codes; edit, move or copy series; and view and scan documents.

In addition to the introduction of the Technologist Portal, IntelePACS 4.12.1 offers a host of new features. For example, Intelerad’s Multi-Method Reporting (MMR) solution now allows users to self-edit report templates; create a personalized dictionary; use InteleViewer report templates in MMR with M*Modal; and sharing quick text settings among multiple users.

For breast imaging, the latest release features a number of enhancements to Intelerad’s Tomosynthesis Module, such as the ability to automatically stack through slices, adjust stacking direction and speed, and improve navigation through studies via enhanced sequence protocols.

Adding to Intelerad’s extensive list of integrations, InteleRIS (radiology information system) now integrates with the American College of Radiology’s Breast Imaging-Reporting and Data System (BI-RADS), while InteleViewer has integrated with PenRad MIS to facilitate better reporting and tracking of mammography data, as well as the National Breast Screening Service in the United Kingdom.

Demonstrations of Intelerad solutions will be available at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 2015 annual meeting.

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