We saw this as an opportunity to increase efficiency, productivity, and the quality of care we help our clients offer to their hospitals and patients. -- Joe Moock, CEO of StatRad
(PRWEB) August 14, 2012
StatRad is leading the way in teleradiology technology with the release of our new iPad app, which allows clinicians access to critical reports on the go. We know every second counts and we’ve taken one more step to shave time off getting our quality interpretations into the hands that need them.
“Healthcare technology continually evolves, and StatRad has always made it a priority to stay on the cutting edge,” says Joe Moock, CEO of StatRad. “Healthcare delivery has become more mobile with clinicians no longer tethered to workstations, now that they have anytime, anywhere access to patient data on mobile devices. We saw this as an opportunity to increase efficiency, productivity, and the quality of care we help our clients offer to their hospitals and patients.”
StatRad’s iPad app allows mobile users to:
- Move away from the confines of their workstation or scanner to submit exams, review reports, or submit QA.
- Receive push notifications when reports are complete seconds after being signed off by Radiologists.
- Be on-the-go and still have access to critical reports as soon as possible.
- View critical finding response times that are time-stamped and reportable, supporting their efforts to meet Joint Commission National Patient Safety goals and other initiatives.
The world is mobile and Teleradiology is too!
StatRad, a premier provider of teleradiology solutions, has provided around-the-clock image interpretation since 1995. Headquartered in San Diego, StatRad’s U.S.-trained, board-certified radiologists and staff deliver interpretations and reliable programs that increase efficiency and improve patient care. Their services allow hospitals and healthcare groups to save money, supplement staffing, satisfy hospital clients, and maintain control. For more information, visit http://www.StatRad.com or call 855-TELERAD. For media inquiries, contact Emily Crane at 858-768-0813.