Teleradiology and Artificial Intelligence: Two major disruptive Technologies for the Medicine of the Future: Part 3
No more dreams of the future: Artificial Intelligence (AI) is finding its important place in medical diagnostics.
We at ERS – Emergency Radiology Schueller understand and operate telemedicine as an important, secure centre of medical data. Not only do we fully comply with the requirements of the GDPR and other international legal texts: We also develop our own high-security and high-availability networks so that our customers benefit from our all-round data protection at all times.
Naturally, all AI manufacturers are interested in offering their products to as many users as possible. Telemedicine, especially teleradiology, offers this possibility. Our technology at ERS – Emergency Radiology Schueller protects medical data on a global level and allows our customers and all interested medical professionals to use the most up-to-date AI that is best suited to their specific needs.
AI in teleradiology does not mean that the medical activity is shortened or even unnecessary. On the contrary: We at ERS – Emergency Radiology Schueller have been carrying out independent tests with what we believe to be the most appropriate AI for years. In this way we ensure that these AIs, which have been tested over a long period of time and with a lot of our own data, represent a significant benefit for medical diagnostics in the future. Man and machine go hand in hand. We attach the greatest importance to the fact that humans will always have dominion over AI.
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The steady development of ERS and Radailogy in the German-speaking market is accompanied by an ever-increasing media presence. The latest issue of ÖZK, the specialist magazine for managers in the German-speaking world, contains a brief update of all the news.
People rightly expect more and more from medicine. Radiology has a particularly important role to play because it is always at the forefront of patient care in providing quick and correct, groundbreaking answers.
Teleradiology is of great advantage here: it brings high expertise quickly to places where radiologists are not always available. At ERS – Emergency Radiology Schueller, we pool our radiological expertise and deliver first-class medical quality to all patients everywhere, around the clock.
ERS, as the leading private teleradiology provider in Switzerland and Austria, is in a strong position to support other hospitals and institutes suffering from professional shortages.
ERS currently offers its service to nearly 20 hospitals in German-speaking countries. “We are set up to cope with high capacities. It is precisely because of this that we are able to offer our staff a high caseload – the be-all and end-all for producing consistent top quality. We remain wide awake and are always growing,” confirms Gerd Schueller, founder of ERS.
A corresponding campaign was launched in October 2017. ERS learns through a multitude of personal conversations with radiological and economic decision-makers what enormous difficulties have to be mastered in the respective health markets – and offers their cooperation. “As soon as our prospective customers realise how determined we are to offer our service and which radiological and technical solutions we can provide individually, the advantages of our service become immediately clear,” adds Michael Peck, responsible for all IT services at ERS.
Without telemedicine, the medical future will not be possible. Radiology has a crucial gatekeeper function in successful patient care. We at ERS – Emergency Radiology Schueller have been taking responsibility for all patients for years, around the clock, without compromise.
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Innovation and technology are among the markets of hope in the health economy, as a recent study underlines.
Under the aegis of the Weitmoser Circle, of which ERS is a member, the first results of a study conducted by Deloitte among medical executives show that telemedicine is considered to be of particularly high importance in future cost optimisation and benefit enhancement in medical organisations. The first study results were presented on 17 November 2017 during the annual meeting of the Weitmoser Circle. The research was conducted to identify processes and levers for increasing efficiency in health economics among medical managers of hospitals.
The study also shows that the user-friendliness of IT applications is the lever with the greatest estimated effectiveness for increasing efficiency in the hospital sector.
For us at ERS, the study results mean,
1) we are on the right track to sustainably improve the medical landscape with our services
2) that our IT solutions are already very user-friendly. Our independently developed IT tool XTIS enables us to transfer our findings fully EDPG/eGA/ELGA-compliant into the RIS/KIS systems of our customers.