News | Enterprise Imaging | December 07, 2015

Wake Radiology Using InteleOne XE to Connect Radiologists to Their VNA

Intelerad solution will enable a cross-enterprise workflow to read for multiple customers using a single worklist and viewer.

December 7, 2015 — Intelerad Medical Systems, a leader in cross-enterprise medical imaging workflow solutions, announced that Wake Radiology has chosen InteleOne XE for its diagnostic workflow and viewing needs. The selection follows Wake Radiology’s deployment of a VNA across their 20 sites.
 
Following the selection of their archive, Wake Radiology was looking for a robust and intuitive diagnostic viewer to provide a single, streamlined reporting interface and workflow to their radiologists. With InteleOne XE, their radiologists will be able to leverage a unified worklist and viewer that will seamlessly link them to the patient images and reports stored in their VNA.
 
“At the end of our vendor analysis, we asked three vendors to hook up to our test VNA to see how they perform,” said Brian Appleby, clinical systems manager, Wake Radiology. “For the radiologist workflow, Intelerad was the clear choice. Our radiologists found it intuitive and user-friendly, and were able to use data they were familiar with right away.”
 
A cross-enterprise workflow solution, InteleOne XE’s interoperability allows organizations to link to disparate RIS, HIS, EMR and PACS systems. For quality purposes, InteleOne XE’s allows to gather prior images and reports across the entire imaging ecosystem to ensure comprehensive patient history is available prior to reporting. Meanwhile, Intelerad’s robust, yet intuitive InteleViewer will allow radiologists to read for all modalities — from PET/CT to 3D tomosynthesis.
 
“We’re looking to be more efficient and advance our workflow, and also have a business tool that can help us adapt and change,” said Appleby. “We’re confident that InteleOne XE will provide that.”
 
“At Intelerad, our goal is to develop and deploy solutions that truly meet the needs of imaging enterprises,” said Randall Oka, president and CEO, Intelerad. “For organizations working with a VNA, this means providing a workflow and viewing experience that will enable radiologists to reach higher levels of quality and productivity.”
 
For more information: www.intelerad.com/inteleone-xe

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