Teleradiology: The Future is Now
Once considered speculative, teleradiology is now accepted by radiologists who are using it to control costs, increase productivity and improve the quality of their practice. Those who implement it still face challenges, such as high costs, the complexity of operating wide area networks, proving the cost-effectiveness of the service, and improving speed of delivery of images.
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