Technology developed by radiology innovator Hexarad is targeted at reducing the key causes of diagnostic delay. The Hexarad Platform is an award-winning teleradiology solution developed by radiologists, for radiologists to increase departmental efficiency, reduce waiting lists and generate cost savings. The platform provides routine, backlog, and urgent and out-of-hours services, along with proprietary software to oversee, organise and optimise radiology departments.
HSJ Modernising Diagnostics Award for improved patient flow equivalent to an extra doctor on shift, a significant improvement given the pressures A&E departments are under.The Hexarad Platform is currently in use at several NHS sites. A Hexarad collaboration with North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust has been shortlisted for an HSJ Modernising Diagnostics Award for improved patient flow, where the Hexarad platform saves approximately 14 hours of clinical time in A&E every night, equivalent to an extra doctor on shift, a significant improvement given the pressures A&E departments are under.
Hexarad cco Dr Amy Davis comments: “NHS radiology departments across the UK are struggling to meet surging demand, and unfortunately it’s patients who suffer from the consequences of delayed diagnosis and treatment. As radiologists ourselves, we wanted to develop technology that could address the key causes of unnecessary delays, and it’s great to know that our technology is making a real-world impact.”
Hexarad delivers industry-leading turnaround times and consistently high customer satisfaction scores. Its rapidly growing customer base consists of over 50 sites in the UK and the Republic of Ireland.
Picture: Hexarad directors cco Dr Amy Davis, cfo Dr Sam Dumonteil, ceo Dr Farzana Rahman, cto Tim Baker and coo Dr Jaymin Patel.
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