Teleradiology is a branch of telemedicine that uses telecommunication systems for the transmission of radiological images from one location to another. Additionally, it helps radiologists in interpreting various types of images, such as digitized X-rays, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), positron emission tomography (PET), ultrasound and nuclear medicine studies, remotely.
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- Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS):
PACS is a medical imaging system that is used to store, retrieve, manage, and distribute medical images. It is worth mentioning that this method eliminates the need for manual storage, retrieval, and transmission of sensitive health data of patients. Most of the PACS are connected to off-site
cloud servers, which makes the storage easier and medical data accessible, essentially from anywhere around the world
- Radiological Information System (RIS):
RIS is a teleradiology software system that is used to manage data for medical images. Additionally, it can be customized to store various patient related information, such as patient scheduling, patient total radiation dose, workflow management and list management. RIS improves workflow and streamlines processes, while systems, such as PACS, provide storage and a long-term option for the management of patient information. It is worth mentioning that, both RIS and PACS act as two complementary systems which are usually used in conjugation in most of the radiology clinics.
- Clinical Information System (CIS):
CIS is a computerized system that organizes, stores and validates medical information of a patient. Additionally, it maintains a record of health history, prescriptions, and doctor’s notes. Further, the built-in safety features of this system minimize the chance of errors in the patient data to a large extent.
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Owing to numerous advantages offered by teleradiology solutions, this domain has gained a significant amount of interest from both patients, as well as radiologists. The rising interest in this domain can be attributed to following reasons:
- High Demand:
The demand for teleradiology solutions has increased manifold, over the several years. According to the American College of Radiology, the market for MRI, CT scan and interventional radiology services has increased at an average rate of 7.3% per year, during the period 2009-2021. Further, post the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the demand for teleradiology services has increased significantly in the healthcare market.
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