Radiology is a high-tech specialty. Scanners are getting faster and faster while generating more and more data. What has hardly changed is reporting – the core activity of the radiologist. RadioReport® was developed to give people in the system room to maneuver and new opportunities for development.
RadioReport® revolutionizes reporting
We have mapped the thought processes of experienced radiologists into RadioReport®. The software guides you like a virtual interview to the final report – starting with / focused on anatomy instead of pathology. Instead of hundreds of templates, RadioReport® covers the entire range of MRI/CT indications with only 23 modules. The end result is a standardized report with machine-readable content ready for future AI applications.
From image to report in just a few steps
Exemplified by the “Knee MRI” module
Locate the side of the injured knee in the diagram (A) and enter the patient details (B).
Specify the patient’s trauma (C) and gonalgia (D) by simply clicking on the corresponding boxes.
Schritte 6 – 7: In den Schritten 6 und 7 bestätigen Sie, dass die osteochondrale Grenzfläche und das Femoropatellargelenk normal dargestellt werden.
With RadioReport® you achieve unprecedented efficiency. Complex records are generated with just a few mouse clicks. This gives you more time for image analysis, your patients or other operational activities.
With RadioReport® you receive a high-quality, standardized and comprehensible report that contains all the information pertinent to the referring physician. And this applies to every radiologist or healthcare professional who uses RadioReport®.
Since RadioReport® is multilingual, it can be used by an international network, allowing radiologists to offer their expertise and services worldwide.
RadioReport® improves the reporting quality and ensures a complete report of the findings. Mandatory fields help to avoid omissions and in-built plausibility checks prevent contradictions. This avoids inconsistencies between the findings and report.
Unlike other approaches to facilitate reporting in radiology, RadioReport® uses complete modules rather than templates. Since each module covers an entire range of indications, you can report the region studied holistically.
RadioReport® is driven by the anatomy, not the pathology. The software guides you like a virtual interview through the reporting process. The end result is a complete standardized report with machine-readable content.
These open up new business models for you. The value of the data generated by your reporting is considerable. It is measured as a benefit to medicine and is matched by a monetary equivalent. Data costs (but also earns) money.
New: Chest CT module
In addition to the entire spectrum of chest disorders, the module can also be used to fully present the changes demonstrated in patients with COVID-19 (SARS2) associated pneumonia.
New: Spine MRI module
The module covers all regions of the spine from C0 to the os sacrum including the SI joints.
New: Breast module
In reporting the module incorporates images from mammography as well as ultrasonography and MRI of the breast.