Can you help with Teleradiology software for our organization to perform Teleradiology?
We can provide the Teleradiology software for sending the Scans for Tele reporting. Our team will support you with the setting up of a platform.
Do you carry malpractice insurance?

All or Radiologists have Indemnity Insurance.

Do you provide technical support for the Teleradiology software?

We provide 24×7X365 technical support services on-call to troubleshoot any issues should problems develop due to technological infrastructure reasons.

How can our referring physicians speak with the reporting radiologists?

You or your referring physicians can speak to our radiologist at any time through a toll-free number.

How can we get more information?

You can write to us at with your queries or requirements and our staff will get in touch with you to provide you complete information.

How do I get started?

Once the contract is agreed upon and signed with the client our service team member reviews the implementation process with client staff members. Firstly a technical evaluation is performed for all hardware and software requirements free of charge. Then our radiologists work with the client to optimize protocols to maximize patient throughput. The client is trained on how to transmit the studies and how to receive the interpreted reports. The process will be tested before going live.

How do we send our studies for reporting?

You can send your studies in many ways. Either you can route the DICOM image directly to our systems from your existing PACS system or we can provide you our Teleradiology software for sending your images for reporting.

How do you manage quality control?

An internal review managed by a dedicated quality team has stringent quality control (QC) mechanisms implementing appropriate corrective actions at all phases leading up to the finished report.

How much time does it take to start off on your Teleradiology service?

We offer an advanced turn-key technological solution and we can start servicing you in as little as three hours. Overall, however, the timeframe will vary depending on the viability of technical staff/ doctors.

How secure is your system?

Our platform is HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) compliant and our processes, systems, and infrastructures are completely committed towards confidentiality and data security.

How will I access my finished reports?

Reports may be transmitted by email or viewed online using our web-based reporting system. Urgent findings are informed telephonically to the referring physician. The reports can also be accessed directly from your EMR subject to HL7 integration and upload.

Is Teleradiology Reliable Compared to Conventional Radiology?

The quintessential difference between the two is the presence of radiologists on site. In Teleradiology, the images are interpreted remotely by a radiologist who is not present at the site where the images are generated whereas, in conventional radiology practice, the radiologist is present physically at the site of imaging.

Is there a long-term commitment required with regard to engaging with you?

Typically the Agreement is for a period of one year however by giving sufficient notice as stipulated in the agreement the engagements can be called off.

What is the educational/training background of your radiologists?

Our radiologists are all MCI certified and/ or Diplomate of National Board (DNB) certified.
What areas of subspecialty reporting do you cover?
We offer expertise in multiple subspecialties including

  • Oncologic Radiology
  • Breast Imaging
  • Nuclear Radiology
  • Neuro Radiology
  • Pediatric Radiology
  • Cardiac Imaging
  • Abdominal Imaging
  • Muskuloskeletal Imaging
  • PET/CT
What is the turn-around time for reporting?

Typical for Emergency reporting or STAT the Turnaround Time (TAT) is less than 30-45 minutes. The TAT is subject to the agreed turnaround time with the clients for Elective cases.

Who will be reading our cases?

Highly qualified Radiologists trained from top universities in India and the National Board read your scans.