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Tele radiology services


Teleradiology involves the transfer of online medical services such as x-rays, computed tomography (CT) scans, and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) from one location to another with other physicians and radiologists to provide imaging studies. Teleradiology is the transmission of radiological patient images, the immediate availability of diagnostic services, reporting services, and timely professional help to both doctors and hospitals without being physically present at the location of the patient. 

Teleradiology services as a second opinion

Teleradiology services, as a second opinion

Teleradiology solutions provide services from anywhere, anytime, with quality assessment on any device without being present with the patient himself. The expenditure on healthcare services in India has been steadily increasing over the years. The rise in target disease prevalence, the demand for second opinions, and medical emergencies are the main factors driving the growth of Indian teleradiology companies.

Availability of radiologists

Availability of radiologists

Medical professionals are generally only located in large metropolitan cities such as Bangalore, Mumbai, Kolkata, etc.; therefore, medical centers in less developed areas are deprived of good image interpretation and a good communication system with the professionals. With the use of teleradiology, it won't be necessary for the specialists to be available on the spot, and they can provide telehealth with the ease of staying in-house, and hospitals in rural areas will also have the opportunity for quality diagnosis through teleconferencing.

Though, in recent years, there has been an increasing global shortage of radiologists and skilled workforce in the medical sector. A growing population across the globe has a greater chronicity of cancer, heart diseases, cerebrovascular diseases, etc., all requiring advanced technologies for their detection and research. Thus, teleradiology providers offer the rapid evolution of high-speed and high-resolution technologies with newer modalities for accurate diagnosis.

Telemedicine and Telehealth

The field of telemedicine has been rapidly growing, and teleradiology is an integral part of it. Telemedicine refers to the use of telecommunication technology to provide medical services remotely. A teleradiology service provider utilizes this technology to help telemedicine expand its reach across every medical specialty by transmitting medical data to radiologists, who can then interpret and provide accurate diagnoses. Using teleradiology, you can also get the facility of picture archiving and communication for various radiology studies.

This method of remote data interpretation has many advantages.

  • Teleradiology allows the radiologists to provide services without actually being present in that exact location.
  • It will erase the condition where the lack of adequate staff is not an issue anymore.
  • By diagnosing patients in rural areas, teleradiology improves radiological services in those sectors.
  • Teleradiology offers a team of highly skilled radiologists and physicians; thus, there will always be the availability of radiologists to interpret and to provide accurate diagnostics.
Telemedicine And Telehealth
Telemedicine And Telehealth
Telemedicine And Telehealth

Teleradiology reporting services

Online radiology reporting services

Tele-reporting is an advanced online application of technology in radiology medical services where a professional radiologist interprets medical data that may not be present in the location where the images are generated. This is extremely important during medical emergencies when timely reporting of diagnostic imaging and its interpretation is needed the most.

Subspecialty reporting

It is the study and practice of a concentrated area in radiology. It generally falls into 2 categories: diagnostic and interventional. Diagnostic radiologists use technologies such as ultrasounds, CT scans, MRIs, and PET scans to diagnose a patient's health condition. Interventional radiology uses illustration based procedures (angioplasty, ablation, and stent placements) to diagnose and treat various patients' conditions.

Both diagnostic and interventional radiology have further subspecialties. These subspecialty options include the following:

  • Diagnostic 
  • Interventional 
  • Neuroradiology
  • Musculoskeletal 
  • Pediatric 
  • Full Body MRI
  • Diagnosis and treating Breast cancers
  • Mammography

Medical imaging services

The use of teleradiology services for diagnosing patients utilizes many advanced teleradiology systems to provide the best reporting quality available.


Through pacs systems, radiology has been replacing the typical traditional role by a computerized means. This specialized software is used to transmit the data. It is also used to store, retrieve, and present data produced by different radiology equipment. The storage media for PACS can be online (cloud storage) or offline (on-premises, where there is no access to the internet). Through the transfer of medical data, medical personnel can be managed and streamlined online for the smooth workflow of patient exams.


Dicom is the international standard used for interpreting medical profile and related information. It defines the formats used that can be exchanged and stored with the data and quality necessary for the services provided by hospitals. 


Advancement in teleradiology solutions in India 

In the medical sector, there has been a huge growth in technological advancement, which has proved more efficient, cost-effective, and accurate diagnosis in online radiology solutions. In recent years of the medical field, online development has undergone a huge evolution with the use of algorithms and software techniques that can easily interpret radiological images. This has helped qualified radiologists learn from them, adapt and improve their performance and turnaround time, thus increasing their patient’s safety and patient care and reducing the overhead workload of the professionals. 

Online services are one of the major advancements that have been developed in recent years worldwide. Its data is extremely diversified because of its huge quantity of scans, which involve modified technology, digital and 3D radiology illustrations, tele-reporting, and online reporting.