News | Remote Viewing Systems | October 24, 2017

Intelerad SmartLayouts Streamline InteleViewer Layout Protocol Management

Solution streamlines the creation and sharing of hanging protocols across the enterprise

Intelerad SmartLayouts Streamline InteleViewer Layout Protocol Management

October 24, 2017 — Intelerad Medical Systems announced the release of SmartLayouts, a next-generation layout management system that allows radiologists to easily create their own layout protocols on the fly, directly within InteleViewer.

Once a protocol has been created, radiologists simply take a snapshot of their workspace, which adds the protocol to their collection and allows them to be shared with groups and users across the enterprise. SmartLayouts then uses intelligent automation to ensure that all future cases are laid out in a reliable and consistent manner, based on a variety of study attributes and characteristics, as well as each radiologist’s reading preferences

“SmartLayouts are designed to help streamline workflows and make radiologists significantly more efficient,” said Rick Rubin, chief engineering officer, Intelerad. “This is achieved by eliminating low-value repetitive tasks and removing unnecessary workflow interruptions to enable a more focused reading environment.”

In addition to increasing their productivity, enabling radiologists to efficiently create their own protocols also reduces the reliance and burden on information technology (IT) staff, who are often tasked with configuring layout protocols for their organization.

For more information: www.intelerad.com

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