Telestroke & Teleradiology

Access Medical Images Anytime, Anywhere.
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Rapid transmission of radiological images is essential for teleradiology and telestroke workflows. Intelerad delivers 24/7 access to your imaging data and rapid distribution of studies.

Access to Your Data Any time, From Anywhere

When you are responsible for real-time diagnosis and treatment recommendations for patients across multiple organizations and geographic areas—as is the case in telestroke care—fast, efficient medical image exchange is not just a nice-to-have, it’s a need-to-have.

Maximize efficiency with streamlined access to your modality worklist, images, and reports from any location with web-based connectivity. Improve collaboration by instantly sharing studies with other physicians, facilities, and DICOM destinations. With an easy-to-use web-based sharing portal, uploading and transferring studies on-demand is faster and requires less of your valuable resources.

Support Remote Work with a Web-based Universal Viewer

Our zero-footprint, web-based diagnostic viewer enables you to read and view studies from anywhere. Now, it is more practical than ever to provide care for cases of sudden strokes in rural and remote areas; you can also allow radiologists the convenience of reading from home during off hours.

Real-Time Image Exchange & Telestroke

Intelerad’s cloud-based image management system is quickly becoming the solution of choice in the world of telestroke solutions. With Intelerad, DICOM images are quickly and safely routed from outside facilities before and during patient transport. Imaging data can be uploaded and transferred easily, and from a variety of inputs like PACS, CDs, and other modalities.

For a patient experiencing a stroke, even a short period can represent the potential for irreparable damage. However, about one-third of Americans live more than an hour from a primary stroke center.¹ Additionally, research shows that there are only four neurologists per 100,000 persons in the U.S.,² meaning that many patients that present at a hospital with a stroke will not have a neurologist on-site to provide consultation. These statistics underscore the need for neurologists to spend their time as efficiently as possible.

Intelerad’s image exchange platform enables easy collaboration with community hospitals and trauma teams on telestroke cases, without relying on a VPN connection. Outside care providers need quick access to neurosurgical and other specialists when patients present in rural or community settings with signs of a stroke.

1 Adeoye O,. et al. Geographic Access to Acute Stroke Care in the United States. Stroke. 2014; 45. Published online Aug. 26, 2014.

2 Freeman, WD., et al. The workforce task force report clinical implications for neurology. Neurology.2013.81.5: 479-486.

* Lattimore SU, et. al. Impact of establishing a primary stroke center at a community hospital on the use of thrombolytic therapy: the NINDS Suburban Hospital Stroke Center experience. Stroke. 2003; 34: 55-57.


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