Intelerad Solutions to accommodate VA’s large-scale, highly-distributed teleradiology program.
Denver, Colorado and Montreal, Canada – November 12, 2013 – Intelerad Medical Systems™, a leader in medical imaging PACS, RIS and workflow solutions, today announced that the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has selected IntelePACS® as the picture archiving and communications system (PACS) for their National Teleradiology Program (NTP).
“We are honored that the VA has selected Intelerad to deliver the technology and solutions required to support a first-class teleradiology program,” said Randall Oka, President and CEO, Intelerad.
“Our solutions’ architecture is particularly suited for highly-distributed environments and proven to deliver high-performance in large-scale deployments, which will be ideal for the NTP.”
As the Veteran’s Health Administration’s in-house teleradiology service, the NTP provides 24-hour teleradiology service to nationwide VA facilities.
“In deploying IntelePACS, the VA’s radiologists will benefit from a comprehensive reading and reporting platform with a single worklist, integrated voice recognition and specialty modules,” said Oka.
Intelerad Medical Systems is a leader in distributed radiology, specializing in RIS, PACS and workflow solutions for healthcare organizations.
Intelerad solutions increase productivity and streamline workflow by overcoming technical barriers in distributed and complex environments.
Highly scalable, flexible and robust, Intelerad’s solutions offer high performance and industry leading customer service and support.
Intelerad solutions like KLAS category leader IntelePACS® and Frost & Sullivan Healthcare Innovation Award recipient InteleOne® are used in more than 1000 sites across North America, Oceania and the United Kingdom.