Merivale Medical Imaging (MMI) has deployed IntelePACS breast imaging solution from Intelerad Medical Systems, for reading and reporting of all its screening and diagnostic mammography studies.

Intelerad Medical claimed that IntelePACS breast imaging enterprise-wide licensing model frees-up radiologists from workstations and its distributed architecture provides secure access to multi-modality images irrespective of location.

MMI radiologist and CEO Bernard Lewandowski said that they have been an Intelerad customer for a number of years now, and there was no doubt that we wanted to use IntelePACS for breast imaging as well.

“The Intelerad Breast Imaging module is so well integrated with IntelePACS, that reading and reporting mammography cases is extremely efficient. Advanced layout tools, hanging protocols, and availability of priors are just some of the benefits allowing our radiologists to use IntelePACS so effectively, across all specialties,” Lewandowski said.

Intelerad Medical Systems founder and chief technology officer Chris Henri said that they are pleased to see that IntelePACS Breast Imaging is being broadly and readily adopted by their leading customers.

MMI, a multi-modality clinic and one of the independent health facilities in Ontario, offering imaging services like ultrasound, mammography, nuclear medicine and general radiography.