Health Care Radiology Applications (x-Ray, MRI, Ultrasound, CT)


Ultrasound Application

Increase in ultrasound report volumes and shortage in radiologists is the most common reason for the reports not being delivered within the deadline and endless workload. A radiologist needs at least 3-5 minutes to interpret an ultrasound report but using HCES’s application there is no need for a radiologist to dictate the entire reportRadiologist assistant can prepare the report based on text sheet by entering the measurements in our application, so that the radiologist can just verify the report after completion the process takes barely a minute. Only solution which could increase the number of reports read with increased accuracy since the abnormal measurement calculations can be done in the software itself. The application covers all modalitiesi.e abdomen, renal bladder, obstetric, pelvic, vascular and in-house. Calculations are updated monthly basis with expert opinions and from recent research papers.


MRI Application

Interpretation of MRI case could be time consuming for radiologist. A radiologist needs 10 minutes to one hour to interpret an MRI report. HCES’s solution for MRI is a non-live approach i.e without the presence of radiologist MRI cases can be prepared with his recorded voice. Radiologist could record the necessary information regarding the case within two to three minutes. Radiology assistant could prepare the report based on the guidelines mentioned by radiologist in the audio. So that radiologist can reduce his time in dictations.


CT Application

Interpretation of CT case could be time consuming for radiologist. A radiologist needs 10 minutes to one hour to interpret anCT report. HCES’s solution for CT is a non-live approach i.e. without the presence of radiologist CT cases can be prepared with his recorded voice. Radiologist could record the necessary information regarding the case within two to three minutes. Radiology assistant could prepare the report based on the guidelines mentioned by radiologist in the audio. So that radiologist can reduce his time in dictations




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