Teleassistance in radiology
How to tackle staff shortages and manage increasingly complex diagnostics.
Radiology is facing new challenges, including a shortage of specialists. Large hospitals in the United States are dealing with this situation by using a remote network access solution that brings relief to both staff and patients.
Hurdles in diagnostics
The Great Resignation
What exactly is remote scanning assistance?
Training up staff
Since implementing this technology, we have scanned 1,000 patients already, and haven’t had to repeat a single patient.Melissa Petrasko, Vice President of Imaging Services, Central Florida Division at AdventHealth, Orlando, Florida, USA.
I think it’s an asset keeping the techs that you have – they’re more engaged.William Lee, MRI Virtual Specialist at AdventHealth Orlando, Florida, USA.
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1 syngo Virtual Cockpit is not commercially available in all countries. For regulatory reasons, its future availability cannot be guaranteed. Precondition: Expert-i enabled modality from Siemens Healthineers and appropriately trained personnel operating under applicable federal, state, and local laws as to the specific imaging modality(ies), including radiation and contrast.
2 Prerequisites include: Internet connection to clinical network, DICOM compliance, meeting of minimum hardware requirements, and adherence to local data privacy regulations.
The outcomes achieved by customers of Siemens Healthineers described herein were achieved in the customer's unique setting. Since there is no "typical" hospital and many variables exist (e.g. hospital size, case mix, level of IT adoption) there can be no guarantee that others will achieve the same results.