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A Radiology Workflow Solution for Veterinarians and Their Animal Patients Launched
Date:10/31/2013

Minnetonka, MN (PRWEB) October 31, 2013

Telerad Tech recently announced the release of VETSpa™- A simple to use, affordable, image workflow solution for Veterinarians. VETSpa™ is specifically designed to target the veterinary segment of healthcare market and addresses the workflow issues and challenges in the methods of storing and sending images and reports.

VETSpa™ can scale from a small veterinary clinic having one CR or DR to a large Veterinary hospital having multiple modalities. The simple and easy to use solution relieves the Veterinarians of all the infrastructure headaches and allows them to focus on the patients. The system allows the Veterinarian to view images from anywhere using a simple computer with web access.

Radiologists and Veterinarians benefit equally from the web based platform. The system is designed in such a way that it optimizes image workflow and other day to day applications that best suit the daily operations of Veterinarians. It also allows the Veterinary doctor to archive images in disaster management locations at a very low cost and provides security and peace of mind. The system allows for sharing images with the patient using a secure patient link.

Telerad Tech’s cutting edge radiology workflow solution RADSpa™ has been installed in hundreds of sites worldwide. The features and benefits of RADSpa™ have now been extended to Veterinarians and helps improve the productivity in the veterinary space, thereby taking healthcare delivery for the Veterinary segment to the next level.

The demo of Telerad Tech’s RADSpa™ can be viewed in Chicago this December at RSNA-2013 Booth No. 5823 South Building Hall A. To book an appointment visit our website- http://www.teleradtech.com or call Mohan at: +1 952 449 5116.

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