Clinics facing long transmission times for interpretations of radiological examinations can use the services of imaging interpretation and diagnosis offered by “Atlas Imagistica”.
At the beneficiary clinics, a DICOM NOD gateway (soft or hard) connecting to the teleradiology platform – TeleradiologyNET “Atlas Imaging” is installed at minimal cost.
The examinations collected with any scanning modality (RX, CT, MRI), which the beneficiary clinic decides to be interpreted by “Atlas Imaging” radiologists, are transmitted, by simply activating a button in the DICOM viewer of the beneficiary clinic, in the platform “Imaging Atlas”.
Transmission of images and all relevant clinical information is carried out in standardized DICOM and HL7 format via a secure and encrypted high-speed connection (SSL or dedicated VPN channel).
“Atlas Imaging” specialist radiologists interpret the images using the Advanced Visualization stations (which have CE certificate as Class IIA and/or IIB Medical Device) including 2D, 3D, 4D post-processing and post-processing software with specialty-specific AI capabilities (neuroradiology, oncology, cardiology, mammography, musculoskeletal imaging, abdominal imaging, chest imaging, vascular imaging, ENT imaging, etc.).
After interpreting the images, “Atlas Imaging” radiologists draw up, validate and sign the medical report using the template specific to the partner clinic in the RIS Atlas platform.
The medical report of the investigation in pdf format signed by the “Atlas Imaging” specialist is automatically transmitted to the PACS of the partner clinic, encapsulated in the DICOM file of the corresponding examination.
The receipt of examination interpretations by the beneficiary PACS is automatically confirmed by a DICOM Notification type message.
The DICOM file completed with the corresponding medical report can be used by the partner clinic with its own RIS/PACS, like any other DICOM file.
“Atlas Imagistica” can, upon request, integrate all the information into the partner clinic’s RIS using the HL 7/FHIR standard or through JSON files.
“Atlas Imagistica” offers continuous medical and technical support to the beneficiary clinics by phone, chat, audio or video from a Google for Healthcare platform. The platform enables secure communication and collaboration between the beneficiary, the requesting doctor, the radiologist and even the patient, in accordance with GDPR standards.
“Atlas Imagistica” sends periodic reports to beneficiaries according to requirements.
“Atlas Imaging” allows secure web access of clinics and patients to images and medical reports.
It allows clinic patients quick access to care through reduced time to obtain diagnostic imaging
It solves the problem of the shortage of radiologists
Provides access to the radiological expertise offered by specialized doctors of the “Atlas Imaging” clinic who use advanced visualization and post-processing technologies, including AI software
It solves the problem of extra loading during peak periods and understaffing situations
It solves the problem of covering on-call hours and on weekends
Provides clinics with lower costs