News | PACS Accessories | November 21, 2016

Teleradiology Solutions Focused on Expansion Efforts at RSNA

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Teleradiology Solutions (TRS), a global leading telediagnostic delivery company, announced it will be attending RSNA 2016, being held Nov. 27-Dec. 2 at McCormick Place convention center in Chicago.

TRS is now ramping up efforts to expand its foothold in the U.S. beyond the Northeast, where the company currently serves more than 100 hospitals. Booth visitors will be able to learn more about TRS’ services and can meet newly added regional sales directors. The company is also looking to hire more radiologists across the U.S.

“We are thrilled that TRS will have a strong presence at this year’s RSNA conference, and we are looking forward to sharing our exciting U.S growth strategy as well as collaborating with our peers,” said Arjun Kalyanpur, M.D., founder and CEO of Teleradiology Solutions. “TRS has been gaining exciting momentum in the industry recently, and we believe this is just the start of magnificent things to come for our partners and most importantly, our patients.”

TRS is currently one of the largest teleradiology and telediagnostic companies in Asia, and one of the larger teleradiology companies in the United States. Among TRS’ most recent major announcements is that it was selected by Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) in Boston, one of the top-ranked hospitals in the United States, to perform remote 3D post-processing services.

During RSNA, Senior Radiologist Anjali Aggrawal, M.D., will be presenting her paper “Inadequate Clinical Information in Emergency Radiology Consultations - Does it Really Affect the Error Rate or is it Merely a Bugbear?” on Nov. 27 at 11:35 AM in Room N228. 

While its focus to expand across the U.S. is new, TRS’ leadership role in the U.S. is well documented. Founded by two Yale University trained physicians in 2002, it is among the first teleradiology companies in the U.S. to be accredited by the Joint Commission (JC) accreditation for healthcare organizations. TRS was also awarded “Best in KLAS” in 2011.

For more information: www.telradsol.com

 

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