Frequently Asked Questions

Teleradiology is the process of transmitting and receiving digital radiology images from one point to another through a secure digital network. The transmission of images is performed using advanced computer systems, typically over internet. Through teleradiology, images can be sent to another part of the hospital, or anywhere in the world.
Teleradiology is a means of electronically transmitting radiographic patient images and consultative text from one location to another.
A basic teleradiology system consists of three major components:
1. An image sending station
2. A transmission network
3. A receiving/image review station.
All these components of our network are interconnected with each other via a secure network.

DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) is a standard that is the framework for medical-imaging communication.

All studies are read by one or more of our consultant radiologists. In addition, subspecialists will read studies according to their area of expertise like-
1. ABR certified radiologists.
2. FRCR Radiologists
3. Indian certified (MD/DNB/DMRD/DMRE) radiologists

All studies are read by one or more of our consultant radiologists. In addition, subspecialists will read studies according to their area of expertise like-
We offer turn around time between 3 hours and 48 hours according to the requirement of the client.

Yes, in case of emergencies and critical findings, clients/referring physicians can directly speak to our radiologists.

We have PACS where client center can upload studies directly/indirectly from the modality. All the technical support will be provided by us for implementing an efficient workflow.

You may upload it as you wish , preferably upload the data in bulk and at a specific time regularly.

Once you make the decision to use our telecardiology services and connect to our facility, we will provide you with the technical support to make the transition smooth.

We perform preliminary reporting, final reporting, night coverage, second opinions, subspecialty opinions and radiology staffing.

5% of the total exams are given for peer review.

We do not have any minimum volume requirement. Individuals who wish to obtain a second opinion or independent interpretation on his or her diagnostic study can also send/upload the study files for interpretation.

Yes, we provide service to individuals who wish to obtain an independent interpretation or second opinion on his or her diagnostic study.

We improve efficiency in radiology units of hospitals and imaging practices by providing timely, expert interpretation of diagnostic modalities which in turn reduce waiting time for patients. Practices where there is no radiologist to interpret exams can make use of our service without actually hiring a permanent radiologist. We also provide night coverage and vacation coverage for radiologists.

We provide sample reporting in order to monitor our quality of reporting and workflow. This is free of cost and we offer up to 5 trial runs for a modality.

1. Practices/facilities where there is lack of certified/licensed radiologists to reports studies even though there are equipments and technicians to perform examination.
2. Busy practices, where there is delay in delivering reports to all patient on time.
3. Practices, where a reading radiologist is in vacation.