RMS expands its capabilities with an additional GE Signa Voyager Mobile with AIR Coils and AIR Recon
Radiology Management Solutions Limited (RMS) was founded in 2013 by Bill Bailey.
Bill had worked at some of the leading NHS trusts in the north-west for many years as a MR radiographer and service manager. His vision was to look at how he could provide high quality and patient focussed diagnostic solutions, that utilised in-house radiology capacity as well as providing additional in-sourced imaging solutions when required.
RMS clinical director Bill Bailey comments: “RMS engage with NHS trusts to innovatively reduce radiology waiting lists, save money, and increase efficiency through the best utilisation of existing imaging resources. RMS also provide flexible, in-sourced diagnostic solutions to further reduce waiting lists through easily procured, fully staffed scanners and community-based imaging support.”
Currently the RMS team is helping with additional capacity at one of the north-west hospitals. To facilitate this contract the company is using a new GE HealthCare Signa Voyager AIR Mobile. The mobile is equipped with the latest AIR technology from the AIR Coils to the AI-based reconstruction engine. The new AIR Technology revolves around patient comfort and increased efficiency which are key areas that RMS can bring to the trust with a requirement to help reduce the waiting list as well as provide an exceptional patient experience.
The system is not only equipped with the latest AIR Coil technology but also has the latest intelligent reconstruction algorithm AIR Recon built in, which will reduce scan times and further improve IQ without trade-off.
RMS site lead Chris Lennon comments: “The new GE Voyager Air Edition is clinically advanced – with clearer images and shorter scan times. The Air Recon technology means that patients are more comfortable during their scan and scans take less time. The resulting MR images are superior in quality and sharpness.”
This new technology will support the ongoing high standards that the RMS provide to its customers.
Bill Bailey comments: “The team are really enjoying working with the new GE Voyager scanner with air recon. It’s simple to use and produces fantastic images by reducing background noise. This means faster scan times, increased patient throughput and superior image quality either by reducing the number of sequences minimising patient movement, or improved signal for similar scan times.”
Picture: Chris Lennon , RMS site lead.
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