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RTLabs solutions are successfully operating in 18 Russian federal entities
Regional Medical Information System (RMIS), a key solution for regional healthcare informatization, is successfully operating as a Regional Segment of the Unified State Health Information System (RS EGISZ) in 18 regions of the country at approximately 1,500 medical organizations, with 60,000 active users and 50 million registered medical service deliveries. These numbers are good evidence of how active end-users are in using the service.
Fully compliant with Russian Health Ministry’s Methodological Recommendations, RMIS is a comprehensive solution for medical organizations at any level, from local outpatient clinics to major inter-regional medical centers.
Since 2011 RMIS has grown into a comprehensive software product to computerize over 40 key medical business processes, ranging from basic (patient file, registration desk, outpatient, in-patient) to highly specialized service components (such as pregnancy monitoring, nosological registers, etc.).
CAMI. Tele-radiology, another healthcare solution from RTLabs, is a cutting-edge tool for creating a regional platform for tele-medicine. A number of regions in Russia are already using CAMI. Tele-radiology to build regional archives of medical images as well as offer (in full compliance with the law) such a remote service as interpretation of computerized tomography, MRT and other diagnostic radiology results.
As an example, in April 2017 the Republic of Tatarstan launched Radiation Therapist for All, a project to offer radiologist’s consultations on any life-threatening conditions (such as stroke, injury, emergency conditions, etc.) identified by x-raying after office hours at any place. The service is used now 20 times a day across the republic.
In February and May 2017 the Region of Murmansk tested voice input by reading out protocols of computerized tomography of the brain, abdominal cavity and chest. This technology helps to save at least 30% of radiation therapist’s time and reduce the number of input-related errors and medical personnel’s fatigue. The quality of professional medical speech recognition in this technology is around 95%. CAMI. Tele-radiology is now run in eight regions across the country, with its piloting or pilot installation under way in six regions.