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Teleradiology is a completely legal method of getting radiology scans reported. The regulatory authorities have prescribed norms for the quality of images which are transmitted to the reporting radiologists. Statim’s PACS uses transfer protocol which enable loss-less image transmission over the internet, enabling radiologists to view the images on the same quality as they would be viewed directly on the console.
Statim Healthcare simply adds an additional gateway to your existing Dicom framework. It functions completely independent of your existing system, using the Dicom send option to upload cases from your PC onto our server via the internet. Our PACS can communicate with any Hospital Information System (HIS) or radiology Information System (RIS) which is HL-7 compliant.
Statim Healthcare empanels radiologists from all across the globe for different reporting needs. Our strong credentialing, process filters radiologists for comfort with different modalities, acquaintance with teleradiology, customer friendliness and dependability and availability.
Statim Healthcare has been founded by professionals with over 8 years of experience in the field of teleradiology. Our team has vast experience in executing various domestic and international teleradiology processes, regulatory compliance audits and certification. Statim’s in house team has radiologists credentialed in India, United States and Europe. We bring with us a deep rooted understanding of teleradiology across regions and market segments.
We charge a nominal set up cost which is determined on a case to case basis. In order to effectively service the needs of our clients, we ask that a minimum billing of INR 15,000 (USD 2,500) be generated per month so as to enable us to maintain our operational setup. Contact our sales team for high volume discounts.
Statim uses a PACS system which can be administered using on a web browser from any device connected to the internet. The browser interface provides the administrator with features which can not only help monitor the studies but also run analytics on studies conducted over the last 30 days including filtering studies by patient, modality, date, time, reporting radiologist, etc.