Routine Teleradiology Reporting

Specialised Radiology

Our routine teleradiology reporting service offers NHS and independent sector radiology departments a dependable and highly secure radiology reporting platform, led by our clinical directors, Dr Sujal Desai, Dr Simon Padley, and our medical director Dr Shawn Halpin.

We have developed innovative IT systems, streamlined our workflows and implemented a 7-day-a-week helpdesk, in order to provide our customers with the very best in routine subspecialist reporting services. These advanced working methods, together with our robust clinical  governance framework, mean that we provide a 24-hour turnaround for all cross-sectional imaging reporting, and a 48-hour turnaround for all X-ray reporting. Our service is bespoke and flexible, allowing radiology department leads to augment their reporting capability efficiently and cost-effectively.

We deliver fast, high-quality reports to in-house radiologists, facilitating timely diagnoses and treatment of organ-specific problems.

Our offer
  • A secure, automated end-to-end IT platform with integrated workflow management software for image retrieval, prior imaging, prior reporting, required clinical indications and direct reporting into client systems.
  • A team of subspeciality radiologists able to assess, review and provide expert opinion on a wide range of imaging modalities including MRI, CT, X-ray, CT colonography, nuclear medicine and PET CT.
  • 24-hour turnaround for all cross-sectional imaging reporting and 48-hour turnaround for all X-ray reporting.
  • Flexible contractual agreements designed to meet the needs of NHS and independent healthcare radiology departments in both the short and medium term.
  • Support to radiology departments struggling to meet reporting demand during staff absences and seasonal peaks, as well as changes to working practices – ie, 7 day working and extended hours.
  • Backlog management.
  • Reporting on complex cross-sectional imaging studies.
Modalities and sub-specialities covered
  • Musculoskeletal
  • Neuroradiology
  • Hepatobillary radiology
  • Gastrointestinal radiology
  • Renal imaging
  • Cardiothoracic radiology
  • Male pelvis
  • Female pelvis
  • Nuclear medicine
  • Paediatric imaging

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Clinical Effectiveness

Clinical effectiveness means ensuring that all aspects of service delivery are designed to provide the best outcomes for patients. This is achieved by ensuring that the right care is delivered to the right person at the right time they are in need and in the correct setting.


A patient’s information should always be up to date and correct on any systems used. It should also be confidential through correct storage and management of data.

Risk Management

Risk Management involves having robust systems in place to understand, monitor and minimise the risks to patients and staff and to learn from mistakes. When things go wrong in the delivery of care, our staff teams should feel safe admitting it and be able to learn and share what they have learnt, which embeds change in practice.

Patient & Public Involvement

Communication with patients and the public is essential to gain insight on the quality of care we deliver, and any possible problems that can result. Public involvement is equally as important to ensure that patient and public feedback is used to improve services into day-to-day practice for better patient outcomes.

Education & Training

This encompasses the provision of appropriate support to enable staff to be competent in doing their jobs and to develop their skills so that they are up to date. Professional development needs to continue through lifelong learning.

Staff Management

This ensures the organisation recruits highly skilled staff and aligns them with the correct job roles. Staff are supported in professional development and to gain and improve their skills.


The aim of the audit process is to ensure that clinical practice is continuously monitored and that deficiencies in relation to set standards of care are remedied. Research goes alongside audits to pioneer best practice improvements.