Telerad Tech, the global health IT company, is all set to unveil its proprietary veterinary radiology software VETSpa in the European markets during the BSAVA Congress 2018, the prestigious global veterinary event scheduled to be held in Birmingham, UK from April 4 -8, 2018.
Digital radiography has revolutionized not only human but also animal medicine. Veterinary radiologists perform thousands of studies every year on small animals, exotic pets and large animals to examine their bodies for various medical conditions. Images provide vital information to physicians and surgeons with regards to heart, lungs, bone, brain and abdomen of the vet patient and these studies are also done at various intervals to follow-up on the progress of the line of treatment. Images are shared for per review and are required to be stored for future reference. Often, Veterinary Radiologists are required to collaborate closely and live with surgeons from the operation theatre.
Telerad Tech’s VETSpa, is a Picture Archival Communication System (PACS) software solution with an integrated Radiology Information System (RIS). It has been designed for the veterinary radiologists, veterinary physicians and surgeons. VETSpa can be used to securely upload, view, annotate, share, and archive veterinary medical images and reports. Its intelligent radiology workflow enables integrated image management through centralized scheduling to multiple connecting modalities, sites or centers, and the Active Push feature enables faster downloads at peak load in even low bandwidths conditions, according to Mr Ashwani Sinha, the Global Head – Business Development.
VETspa is being currently used by over hundreds of Veterinary Radiologists in America to report studies for a range of modality, including X-Ray, Ultrasound, Endoscopy. The unique aspect of VETSpa is its ease of deployment, ease of use, language diversity, customization features and ability to report on the move through mobile devices, informed Mr Mohan Mysore, Vice President – BD, Telerad Tech. VETSpa comes with inbuilt features like Tibial-Plateau-Levelling-Osteotomy (TPLO), platform independent viewer capabilities, Vertebral Heart Score (VHS), CD burning and image sharing. It is available in cloud, standard, professional and enterprise packages, meeting the application needs of a range of vet radiologists and vet imaging centres.
Mr Prashant Akhawat, COO, Telerad Tech informed that VETSpa is being fast ramped up with Artificial Intelligence features, which will help veterinary radiologist and veterinary physicians with volume, speed, quality and accuracy. Telerad Tech will partner with value-added resellers, distributors and partners to make this product available to Veterinary Radiologists and Imaging Centres in Europe, informed Mr Akhawat.
Telerad Tech was established in 2009 with the goal of optimizing productivity and improving patient outcome delivery through transformational medical imaging software solutions. Today, it is amongst the market leaders in providing integrated RIS-PACS software solutions for teleradiology, medical imaging centres, and hospitals of all sizes globally. Telerad Tech’s solutions cater to workflows needs across departments, including radiology, cardiology, dentistry, oncology, and veterinary. Telerad Tech was founded to two Yale-returned medical professionals Dr Arjun Kalyanpur and Dr Sunita Maheshwari.
BSAVA (British Small Animal Veterinary Association) is a prestigious professional association of Veterinary professionals and is dedicated to promoting excellence in small animal practice through education and science. BSAVA is celebrating its 61 year of establishment and the BSAVA Congress 2018 is set to be attended by over 7000 delegates globally.