Technology | June 02, 2009

Intelerad Shows New IntelelPACS Features

June 2, 2009 - Intelerad Medical Systems will preview several new IntelePACS enhancements, such as critical results management, peer review and Image Quality Review tools, during the exhibits portion of the 2009 Annual Meeting of the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM).

The new IntelePACS features that will be demonstrated at SIIM are:

Critical Results Management facilitates timely communication of critical findings between radiologists and referring physicians. Radiologists can bypass the standard dictation or transcription processes and communicate directly with the referring physician. An audit trail is provided for all communications and the delivery of results.

Peer Review allows a radiologist to review an interpretation made by a peer. Peer Review is easy to use because it is embedded in the IntelePACS workflow. All information can be stored in a database and used to generate reports for performance evaluations and other analysis.
Image Quality Review (IQR) allows a radiologist to review the quality of images produced by a radiology technician. Similar to Peer Review, IQR is truly integrated within the IntelePACS workflow. All reviews are stored in a database from which reports may easily be created. IQR provides an effective way to analyze technicians' performance and areas for improvement.
Communications module provides radiologists with an effective means of communicating with colleagues, particularly for radiologists working at different sites, without disrupting their workflow. Messages can be sent between radiologists in the same manner as an instant messenger.

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