Pellucid Networks develops its Tele-Radiology technologies so as to facilitate healthcare operation
Online PR News – 27-May-2011 – – Technology, as a matter of fact, plays an essential part in medical discoveries with constant innovation such as CT or MRI system, HIS integration, Ultrasound scan, ophthalmoscope, etc. In practice, it is impossible to perform a certain image successfully without these medical imaging equipments. With the ultimate goal of creating as much as system software to facilitate medical operation, Pellucid Network highly values the essential role of Tele- Radiology system enabling online market place.
At this point, only global organizations or large healthcare centers have the required financial bandwidth to buy and use Tele-Radiology solution. Now with a deep understanding of the Tele-Radiology business, Pellucid Network provides customers with all the necessary tools to enable even traditional Tele-Radiology service providers such as:
• Image acquisition for any Medical facility anywhere in the world
• Secure Communication and collaboration between Radiologists
• Web based DICOM worklist
• Web based DICOM workstations necessary for diagnosis
• User defined radiology workflow
• Structured reporting modules
The strongest argument for traditional, full-time hires is always the location. Having an employee show up to work in-person can have tremendous benefits. But with Pellucid’s advancements work-flow management and tele-presence software, radiologist can be remotely productive no matter where they are via smart web browser, PC and mobiles, etc.
Pellucid Networks particularly contributes its www.MedClique .com, a professional network exclusively for radiologists and physicians in order to post medical study cases of special interest, browser articles and publications, access relevant Continued Medical Education (CMEs) and most importantly, communicate and collaborate with their peers.
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