“Expert-i Teleradiology Services” a teleradiology reporting services company participated in the activities of the annual scientific conference of the Department of Diagnostic, Interventional and Molecular Imaging at the Faculty of Medicine, Ain Shams University in its seventh session, sponsored by Dr. Mahmoud El-Metini, President of Ain Shams University, and Dr. Ashraf Omar, Dean of the faculty of Medicine and Chairman of the University Hospitals Board of Directors, and Dr. Muhammad Abu Al-Huda, Head of the Radiology Department and President of the Conference.
Expert-i Teleradiology Services presented its most important achievements in the field of diagnostic services and writing teleradiology reports, solving many problems facing the health care system in this field, covering the largest number of radiological examinations, saving time and responding to emergency situations, in order to facilitate hospitals that suffer due to the shortage in the number of radiologists, which leads to delayed reports or compromised quality.
In this context, Sherif Kandil, Head of Business Development Sector at Expert-i, said that the company has recently been seeking to cover the largest number of African countries and the Middle East to reach the highest quality in writing radiology reports, in order to meet the severe shortage of radiologists in many African countries.
He added that the company seeks to invest in the African market, especially after our success with Sudan and Libya, with our recent participation in the first medical conference “AFRICA HEALTH ExCon”, this important event that opened new horizons for cooperation between all partners to develop the health system in Egypt and Africa, especially after Egypt became enjoying with the ability to be the healthcare hub on the continent and establish itself as a pivotal player in the region.
Islam Ameen, the Marketing Consultant at Expert-i, praised the activities of the scientific conference this year, which deal with the latest developments and the technical revolution in the sciences and fields of medical and nuclear imaging.
He said, “We were able to make a technological revolution in the world of telemedicine, especially in the field of diagnostic radiology (Teleradiology), and to announce a completely new technology for the first time through a platform based on artificial intelligence to provide a streamlined workflow environment for radiologists that enables them to practice their work with many parties from anywhere.”
He added that from the beginning, we were keen to include a group of specialized experts in the field of radiology and trained at the highest level, whose number reaches more than 50 consultants in all subspecialties and holders of a doctorate in medicine, including members of many major Egyptian universities.