WHAT IS VETMEDIMAGE?

 

VetMedImage is a teleradiology service specialising in providing reliable and practical diagnostic imaging support for clinicians and veterinary clinics. Our core business can be summarised as any form of remote diagnostic imaging reporting.


ALL CASES ARE REVIEWED BY TWO SPECIALISTS.

 Prof. Dr. H. van Bree (DVM, PhD, DECVDI, DECVS)

 

Each RX/MRI/CT report undergoes a meticulous double-reading procedure in which two specialists view each report before it is released to our customers.
Double readings is just one element of VetMedImage's unique quality approach.


WHAT IS ''TELERADIOLOGY''?

 

Teleradiology is the electronic transmission of radiographic patient images and consultative text from one location to another. VetMedImage specialises in providing clinicians with reliable diagnostic imaging support via teleradiology.


A TRUSTED MEMBER OF YOUR DIAGNOSTIC TEAM.

 

Having a Radiologist as part of your practice develops a personal relationship with the doctors and facilitates communication that improves patient care, diagnostic quality and hospital growth.

 

You would not read your own histopathology, so why read your own radiographs, CT, or MRI images? VetMedImage is committed to delivering the best service for you and your patients.


IT'S EASY TO SEND IMAGES IN TODAY'S DIGITAL WORLD.

 

You can send images directly from your computer in JPEG or DICOM format. Alternatively, you can take digital pictures of your hardcopy radiographs and send them in JPEG format (instructions/support provided).

 

You submit these images to us with a simple referral form (you can find this form in the registered members area) − a fast and easy way for you to have your cases read and interpreted!


All cases are reviewed and reported within 24 hours of submission. And a comprehensive written report (PDF file) is sent to you via e-mail the following business day.

 

 

 

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