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MRI & X-Ray Outsourcing Increasing From Hospitals and Imaging Centers Worldwide
Date:11/2/2009

PUNE, India, November 2 /PRNewswire/ -- TeleDiagnosys based in India and US and a leading provider of Teleradiology/Nighthawk services has signed up several new clients from US and Europe in the past few months. TeleDiagnosys has been providing Teleradiology services to an international clientele in countries like USA, UAE, Canada, Uganda and Switzerland etc.

Teleradiology involves transmitting MRI, CT Scan and X Ray images from hospitals and imaging centers for interpretation by radiologists sitting at remote sites and has been increasing in the past few years. According to Technavio a research & consulting firm the global Teleradiology market is expected to grow at double digit rates in the next five years.

"We are seeing a lot of interest for our services from different countries which are facing radiologist shortage and pressure to reduce costs. Utilizing our services also enhances productivity and margins for clients" according to Dr Ashish Dhawad, COO of TeleDiagnosys. "Rapid digitalization of hospitals and widespread reach of internet is further driving the growth of this market" said Dr Deepak Patkar, CEO of TeleDiagnosys.

TeleDiagnosys provides reporting services for multiple modalities like CT Scan, MRI, Ultrasound and X Rays. The images after being transferred are read remotely in India and reports are sent back to the respective hospitals/imaging centers within the stipulated time period.

About TeleDiagnosys:

TeleDiagnosys is India/US based premier provider of offsite Teleradiology & Nighthawk Reporting Services from Certified radiologists in USA and other countries. TeleDiagnosys provides competitive prices for all reads resulting in increased revenues and profits for imaging centers and hospitals. The company's exceptional growth in the Teleradiology market is driven by its ability to offer high quality services at low costs, including 24 x 7 x 365 cove
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