News | December 11, 2013

Radisphere Selects Intelerad as its Primary Diagnostic Viewer

InteleViewer to maintain high-quality standards and drive efficiency across nationwide network of subspecialists

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December 11, 2013 – Intelerad Medical Systems announced that Radisphere has selected InteleViewer as its primary diagnostic viewer.
 
“Radisphere is leveraging our industry-leading viewer, complete with streaming technology, to provide its subspecialty radiologists with rapid access to studies regardless of where they are located,” said Randall Oka, Intelerad’s President & CEO.  “This will improve their quality of reads, efficiency and turnaround times.”
 
With more than 100 clients in 28 states, Radisphere’s radiology enterprise management solutions enable health systems to leverage their internal delivery network to provide standards-based radiology across the enterprise. By using InteleViewer to read data from a third-party PACS indexed by Intelerad, subspecialty radiologists across Radisphere’s nationwide network are provided instant access to patient history, priors for study comparisons and ordering information.
 
“We selected InteleViewer for its ability to quickly and efficiently move images around to our national network of radiologists,” said Radisphere CIO Jonathan Houk. “For wide area transmission of images, we found that InteleViewer has the best streaming protocols, enabling our radiologists to provide best-in-class service to our health system clients.”
 
InteleViewer excels in any viewing environment, PC or Mac, local or remote, through its smart streaming technology, which automatically streams images on-demand from the server, when not already cached to the workstation. Users can customize InteleViewer's functionality and layout display by individual, group, modality and reading location.

For more information: www.intelerad.com

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