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Teleradiology

Teleradiology as every other branch of telemedicine, owes its birth to imbalance of demand and supply. Teleradiology is the transmission of images such as x-rays, CTs, and MRIs, from one location to another for the purposes of sharing studies with other radiologists and physicians.

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Teleradiology Field is changing fastly in recent years. Future Teleradiology is the leading company for providing the teleradiology reporting service.

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What Does a Radiologist Do

What Does a Radiologist Do

A radiologist is a physician who completed medical school and received specialized training in obtaining and interpreting medical images using x-rays (radiographs, CT, fluoroscopy),radioactive substances (nuclear medicine), sound waves (ultrasound) or magnets (MRI).

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TELERADIOLOGY SOLUTIONS Do You Really Need It This Will Help You Decide

TELERADIOLOGY SOLUTIONS Do You Really Need It This Will Help You Decide

Teleradiology Field is changing fastly in recent years. Future Teleradiology is the leading company for providing the teleradiology reporting service.

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Teleradiology & Radiology data for artificial intelligence (AI)

Teleradiology & Radiology data for artificial intelligence (AI)

Teleradiology Reporting Services in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brazil, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Greece, Hungary, India, Iraq, Italy, Kenya, Kuwait, Libya, Mexico, Morocco, Nepal, Niger, Nigeria, Oman, Qatar, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, Sierra Leone, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Turkey, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, United States, Yemen.

AI is set to make a significant increase in the value radiology professionals provide the patients. Radiologists are pressurized to read and interpret a lot of images in a day. They are burdened with the responsibility of identifying and interpreting images that need minute attention and expertise.

These huge amounts of images like CT Scan, PET CT Scan, PSMA PET CT Scan, Xray or MRI and imaging reads create massive amounts of data, which can be made available to researchers to study. The burden to interpret these images is so high that it leads to burn out among providers, radiologists and teleradiologists. This takes away time that they could have spent on patient care. Instead of treating and counseling the patients about the images and providing care options, radiologists are spending time in front of the machines.

This pressure of reading images can impact the accuracy level of radiologists. Radiology is about visually interpreting the results and taking accurate decisions; errors are bound to occur with mounting pressure. Misdiagnosis can cause harm to the patients.

This is where Artificial Intelligence plays an important part. Deep learning algorithms lead to large dataset of medical images, to read and interpret the results just like a radiologist or teleradiologist. The algorithm is trained to run through normal and abnormal results, identifying suspicious findings, any health challenges found in the images like a tumour.

Deep learning methods help in detecting rare and difficult diagnosis as they are made up of huge datasets that contain the images of diseases. A trained radiologist/teleradiologist may identify just a case of a rare disease. But AI is trained on many datasets that helps them to identify unique conditions quickly. This increases the diagnostic accuracy as compared to a radiologist.

Artificial Intelligence is a broad field of vast number of technologies put together to train computers to behave just like intelligent human beings. Machine learning algorithms focusing on identifying the data pattern is based on datasets that have numerous examples and an answer. Deep learning is a new technology that is more specific form of machine learning.

Machine learning applications are used to screen examinations like chest CT or mammography. Some applications also aid in identifying if the tumor and lesion is cancerous. AI helps to identify patterns in the images and arrives at the right diagnosis with high reliability. They find patterns that are more complex than what a human being can identify.

For Artificial Intelligence Teleradiology and radiology produces a huge amount of data. This data can be used by various purposes like research and commercially applying the research results to make innovative products that can improve healthcare.

This data produced by radiology or teleradiology companies can be used to get an accurate diagnosis and then to utilize it by researchers for further studies.

Future teleradiology also makes these data available for varied purposes thus, contributing to the improvement of healthcare. You can get in touch with our team who will guide you in this matter.

We provide teleradiology services all around the globe. You may be located in USA, Mexico, Brazil, UAE, Yemen, Kuwait, Libya, Egypt, Australia, Japan, Germany, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Bhutan, Nigeria, Morocco, Greece, etc. or any other country- reach out to us for the best teleradiology services.

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Teleradiology Challenges The Barriers to Health Care- Future Teleradiology

#Teleradiology #futureteleradiology Teleradiology overcame these barriers by using technology. Interpretation of reports was made available to health care pr...

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Teleradiology in Near Future

Teleradiology in Near Future

Teleradiology is an advancement in radiology that has facilitated healthcare and saved many lives. Technology has brought a paradigm shift in the field of radiology and healthcare as a whole. At a time when technology is improving lives, teleradiology- a technological miracle is focusing on improving patient care and experience. When crucial reports like MRI, CT Scan, X rays, etc need to be interpreted urgently and an expert might not be available, it can delay treatment costing the patient’s life. Here teleradiology has a significant role to play.

Teleradiology centers are engaged 24×7 to extend assistance to doctors and healthcare professionals need quick analysis of the reports. This is just the basic assistance and guidance teleradiology can extent. But, along with this, teleradiology is making a quantum leap on the edifice of technology.
Let us look at how technology can transform teleradiology in the near future. These possibilities might appear unimaginable to many of us but, the reality is way beyond our imagination today. Infact this journey of transforming teleradiology has already begun. Let us see how?

Impact of cloud on teleradiology:

Cloud is a technological phenomenon that has impacted businesses, communication and our lives too. Thus, teleradiology and healthcare is not bereft of its impact. With a seamless cloud architecture, healthcare and diagnostic centers can store images on cloud – virtual data centers thus, setting free the space of offline servers.

This can help healthcare sector to save costs by using cloud-based software. Images can also be accessed at different places across geographies, without too much hassle, saving time and other resources too. Let us suppose the PACS server fails, with cloud access to reports and images won’t be interrupted. The productivity and access to information doesn’t suffer.
Physicians get seamless access to patient images as and when images are uploaded. Unnecessary and duplicate scans are now things of the past.

Healthcare sector supported by cloud technology will lead to saving costs, whose benefits can be transferred to needy patients.

Artificial intelligence; the ultimate transformer:
AI will look through images and point out the areas of concern. AI will put on priority crucial cases so that the radiologist can adjust his schedule to match the patient needs accordingly.
In future medical institutions are going to embed AI in their system. It will prove to be a valuable asset for teleradiology companies and the patients too.
It doesn’t imply that the needed human touch will be expunged. But AI will prioritize, allocate and alert the humans about cases where attention needs to be given urgently.
Also, AI will be able to sift through many images quickly and prioritize accordingly. Radiologist are less in number especially experts in certain field.
At present the burden on radiologists in tremendous and burnout is high among them. With the help of AI the mounting pressure on them will lessen.

Customization:
Healthcare prioritizes customer focused approach. The patient is now getting facilities that couldn’t be accessible in the past.
Now the customers are able to interact with experts who give their opinions and the case results can be discussed online.
Now companies are keen on customer focused interactions by letting them converse and communicate with teleradiologists online. Thus, teleradiology allows patients to have second opinion much more easily than before. This facility will be popular in the coming years.

Workflow management will be more efficient:
In the near future, teleradiology will surpass the limited reach of PACS and RIS system. They will become more efficient and easier to use.
The intelligent workflow management software will in future go beyond just viewing images and reporting the main features of the image. It will include smart tools that will easily direct images efficiently across internet to the radiologist with the apt expertise at that particular time.
Such workflow tools will collaborate tools that allows radiologist to communicate and discuss cases with other radiologist or clinicians to point out problem areas in the CT scan or may be the MRI scan in a virtual environment. Analytical tools will be used which can render better results.

If you are looking for teleradiology solutions get in touch with our team. We are available for our customers 24×7 all 365 days of the year.

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Teleradiology Challenges The Barriers to Health Care- Future Teleradiology

Teleradiology overcame these barriers by using technology. Interpretation of reports was made available to health care professionals in any part of the world by sending the reports via the internet to an expert teleradiologist operating from any geographical location.

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India a Global Hub for Teleradiology

India a Global Hub for Teleradiology

India preferred location for global teleradiology

Radiology is the most sought out specialties in India due to the demand in evidence-based medicine. Technology has contributed to a paradigm shift in the world of radiology. Today, India has been established as the teleradiology hub catering to a global audience. Countries like USA, UK, Mexico, Brazil, UAE, Yemen, Japan, Kuwait, Iran, Iraq, Greece, etc are now approaching Indian teleradiology companies to cater to their requirement of interpreting images like X-Rays, CT Scan, MRI, PET CT Scan, etc.

Why India is a preferred location for teleradiology?

Time zone difference:
It is 2 am in Houston, Texas in the USA and an emergency patient is wheeled into one of the hospitals there. An MRI scan needs to be done immediately to diagnose the patient but radiologists connected to the hospital aren’t available at those odd hours. The resident doctor conducts the MRI but, who will interpret the image for the doctor to arrive at a diagnosis?
Teleradiology provides a solution to the ailing patient to get a quick report and assists the doctor in extending the vital health care for the patient. On the outskirts of Pune, India a teleradiology company employing a team of radiologists interprets the images ranging from X-Rays, CT scans, MRI, PET CT Scan, etc.
The time zone difference is at the core of India becoming a teleradiology hub. It encourages hospitals across the world to outsource emergency cases to India. Countries don’t have access to radiologists during nights and are in other geographic / time zones, which makes India a preferred location.

Subspecialists in demand:

Now teleradiology hub provides subspecialized final reports 24×7. While earlier it concentrated on providing preliminary reads off hours.
Radiology groups, hospitals, and small imaging centers face a shortage of subspecialists on staff 24×7. Also hiring them is a huge financial burden, which might get passed on to patients. Teleradiology centers in India effectively counter this bottleneck.

In 30% to 40% causes, diagnosis and treatment changes if a specialist reads the case vis-à-vis a non-specialist.  This fact has been repeatedly substantiated.
The pool of radiologists:

America has an aging population thus, it needs more medical services leading to a higher demand for radiologists. Despite new entrants in the field of radiology, close to 50% of radiologists are 55 and older. Attrition has led to a reduction in the pool of radiologists in the country.

Growing demand and a shortage of radiologists results in high demand for radiologists. Indian teleradiology companies possessing required expertise caters to this demand.
Second opinion:

A frequent need from patients and families wanting a second opinion on radiological images turns them to teleradiology centers in India with subspecialists working on breast radiology, cardiovascular radiologist, chest radiology, Gastrointestinal (GI) Radiology, Genitourinary Radiology, etc,

Urgent care centers:

The growth of urgent care centers that have X-ray capabilities and ultrasound facilities led to an increase in the demand for teleradiology. Urgent care centers cannot have radiologists 24×7 or even full time. But, they require urgent interpretations of images and Indian teleradiology services provide a quick answer at a comparatively lower price.
In all the above cases India fits into the requirements and the needs of health care specialists around the world. So, if you are on the lookout of teleradiology services connect with Future Teleradiology based out of India.
Future Teleradiology based in India provides teleradiology services all around the globe. You may be located in the USA, Mexico, Brazil, UAE, Yemen, Kuwait, etc. or any other country- reach out to us for the best teleradiology services.

We also provide Teleradiology Services in Bangkok, London, Paris, Dubai, Singapore, Phuket, Hongkong, Barcelona, Milan, Beijing, Los Angeles, Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai, Moscow, Dhaka, New York City, Shanghai, Tokyo-Yokohama, Manila.

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Teleradiology in The Times of Coronavirus Pandemic

Teleradiology in The Times of Coronavirus Pandemic

A Capuchin Franciscan brother in Ireland is conveying us the message that hope never dies as millions of people are forced to be at home amid the coronavirus pandemic. Richard Hendrick, a Roman Catholic friar shared the poem, ‘Lockdown,’ on Facebook. It is worth a read as the poem talks about fear and isolation resulted from this global public health crisis that has killed more than 11,000 people. A few lines from the poem:

“So we pray and we remember thatYes there is fear.But there does not have to be hate.Yes there is isolation.But there does not have to be loneliness.Yes there is panic buying.But there does not have to be meanness.Yes there is sickness.But there does not have to be disease of the soulYes there is even death.But there can always be a rebirth of love.”

As we all arm against this life threatening virus and join hands to combat this challenge, World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the coronavirus crisis a pandemic on 11th March. Pandemic is a worldwide spread of a new disease. H1N1 flu in 2009 was the last pandemic killing millions worldwide.
The Guardian reports that in the Bavarian town of Bamberg, Germany people stood on rooftops with open windows to sing Bella Ciao, which is an Italian resistance song to extend solidarity with Italy where death toll due to COVID-19 continues to rise.
Italy has enforced lockdown and soldiers have been drafted to help as there have been 627 new deaths, the largest single day toll anywhere since the outbreak of the coronavirus. The Lombardy region has been hard-hit where infections first exploded last month. Hospitals and healthcare professionals are struggling to treat thousands of patients, working round the clock beyond human capacity.
Elena Pagliarini, a 40 year old nurse slumped at her desk over the keyboard and a mask on her face as she snatched a five minute break. Working around the clock shifts at Cremona Hospital near Milan, which is at the heart of the outbreak and has left almost 500 dead.
Amidst this situation that seems to be no less than apocalypse, teleradiology has a significant contribution to make. It plays a vital role in detecting the presence of virus and determining the future course of treatment. As healthcare professionals and radiologists around the world are preparing for this situation, the number of patients has grown progressively. The number of people getting infected by COVID-19 has surged in this past couple of days.
Radiology plays a fundamental role in the treatment process. The main contribution of radiologists is to expedite the process of exploration and facilitate it. Radiologists now have to provide not only an accurate but quick report of the images like Chest X-ray, CT Scan and MRI to arrive at the conclusion whether or not these depict the existence of the COVID-19 coronavirus infection.
Coronavirus is said to be similar to flu. But, the only point of similarity is that it is transmitted through the flow drops and by contact. COVID-19 presents a bigger challenge as it is much more contagious as compared to flu. There isn’t any vaccine and our immune system is unknown to it because we haven’t been in contact with it.
Early diagnosis of the disease is critical for the treatment and control. As compared to the RT-PCR, a chest CT image can be much more reliable and practical to arrive at diagnosis and assess COVID-19, specifically in the epidemic area.
Researchers have now found out a way to predict coronavirus through computed tomography CT evidence. Research found that CT imaging was able to identify coronavirus before some patient got tested positive in lab tests.
Teleradiolgy particularly will be the need of the hour when healthcare professionals demand their treatment to be preceded by radiological images and reports. They will need the support from teleradiologists around the world to fast track the process of detecting, diagnosing and providing treatment.
For patients living in remote areas teleradiology will be a lifesaver and with radiologists working around the clock, teleradiologists can extend their support.
Future Teleradiology Solutions, India is backed by team of expert teleradiologists available around-the clock to interpret and provide assistance to healthcare professionals / patients around the world.
You might be placed in any country, our team is with you in these catastrophic times working hard to reach out to the caregivers and health care team doing a phenomenal job. We are here to extend our support and assist even to the remotest areas where radioloigsts might not be available.
You may be located in Bangladesh, Italy, Spain, United States, UK, Algeria, Australia, France, Brazil, Iran, Tanzania or any other country- reach out to our team. 

Teleradiology in The Times of Coronavirus Pandemic

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#Radiology plays a fundamental role in the treatment process. The main contribution of radiologists is to expedite the process of exploration and facilitate it. Radiologists now have to provide not only an accurate but quick report of the images like Chest X-ray, CT Scan and MRI to arrive at the conclusion whether or not these depict the existence of the COVID-19 coronavirus infection.

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