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All Posts in Category: Teleradiology

Big Data and Its importance in Teleradiology

Big Data and Its importance in Teleradiology

What is Big Data?

Big data is nothing but a large amount of data. It can be structured or unstructured data that piles up or is generating valuable insights for a company or business on a daily basis. The matter of concern is not the amount of data but rather the use of that volume of data gathered and how companies make use of it. Big data helps in getting better insights and analysis for companies to work on their business strategy and model.

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Teleradiology during the COVID-19

Teleradiology during the COVID-19

The uncalled situation of a global pandemic is not only affecting us Healthwise but also proving that we have fewer resources for a situation like this. We are facing a scarcity of frontline workers, personal protective equipment and even the place to isolate and treat people. Therefore, many countries have decided to build temporary isolation wards and hospitals. Another area seems to be experiencing an increase in several cases, which is teleradiology. The growth in the number of CT scan cases is increasing and so are the radiological studies.

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Teleradiology and Corona Virus

Teleradiology and Corona Virus

Since the corona outbreak, the telemedicine industry is in focus due to it’s added advantage
of keeping healthy people away from the infected ones in the times when the world needs
care and support. One of the major branches of telemedicine, Teleradiology has something
important to do with Corona Virus.

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Teleradiology in Africa: Advanced the Teleradiology Provider of Choice

Advanced Telemed Services has expanded its coverage in Africa for the last eighteen months. Africa is a developing market. Radiology has not been as developed as much as the USA and the U.K. There are only 60 radiologists who are serving the country alone. In Africa, the drawback is that the salaries are very low. If a person makes $50 per month and has to pay $200 for an MRI, it would be expensive. MRI is used as the last resort. Other modalities such as X-rays, CT scan, and Ultrasound are done in abundance.

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Artificial Intelligence and Teleradiology

Artificial Intelligence and Teleradiology

Artificial Intelligence [AI] also called machine intelligence is all set to take the world by storm and the field of radiology is no exception. AI was in the spotlight in the recently concluded conference of the Radiological Society of North America [RSNA] held in Chicago, with a number of keynotes and scientific sessions dedicated solely to AI and teleradiology. The number of exhibitors at RSNA conference tagged as machine learning companies more than doubled compared to last year. If this gives an inkling of things to come, AI is here to stay.

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Teleradiology in 2019: What Lies Ahead?

Teleradiology in 2019

Teleradiology has sealed its place in the field of imaging for quite some time now however, as the trends of 2018 continue to evolve, technological advancements and changing landscapes create new arenas for teleradiology in the field of telehealth. According to the latest report by Future Market Insights, the United States will have the largest revenue share of the global teleradiology market amounting to about US$5.5 Bn by the end of 2026.

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Teleradiology: Then and Now

Artificial Intelligence and Teleradiology

There are approximately 34,000 radiologists in the United States. This number has significantly grown from 27,906 radiologists in 1995. Radiology is now a favored medical profession and is one of the highest paying in the industry. During the course of 22 years, radiology has also taken a huge turn in the way the reports are created and provided.

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