Bangalore, Aug 22th 2022 : Leveraging cutting-edge technology to make sure no radiology image is left unreported for more than 2-3 hours, 5C Network has launched their artificial intelligence-powered platform called Prodigi. This state-of-the-art platform enables teleradiology at a massive scale, and makes it possible for diagnostic centres and hospitals to submit scans and access reports directly on the cloud-based platform. Realising the growing dependence on radiology for diagnosis, monitoring, and prognosis, 5C Network believes that Prodigi will go a long way in reducing the burden on radiologists as well as referring doctors. The highly advanced platform compresses radiology scan images losslessly i.e. without compromising on image quality. The platform is easy to use and can be accessed using desktop as well as mobile devices.
The Prodigi platform is the core of 5CNetwork’s flagship teleradiology service called Borderless Radiology. Breaking geographical constraints, 5C offers radiologist interpretation of X-ray, CT, MRI, Mammogram, and Nuclear Medicine, sending the scanned images to the most suitable, qualified radiologist for the study. What is noteworthy is that by this remarkable innovation of Prodigi, 5C Network has brought massive scalability to the hitherto person-dependent teleradiology practice.
“With growth and advances in the medical field, radiology has today become a significant aspect of diagnosis. Now there is a huge supply-demand gap of radiologists, and it is technological advancements that help cater to the need, and address the shortage of radiology experts. Harnessing the power of technology, with Prodigi we are trying to ensure that no radiology image is left unattended in the country for longer than 2-3 hours. It also enables accurate and timely diagnosis across several modalities,” said Kalyan Sivasailam, CEO and co-founder of 5C Network.