My situation is like this. We have a radiologist serving multiple sites. His main job is to intepret x-rays and give instant reports. He does this from the main site. At the remote sites we have radiographers who are always generating the x-ray sheets. The current procedure is (1). the x-ray sheets are generated and sent (physically) to the main site (2). the radiologists inteprets and makes the report (3). the report is sent back to the respective remote site. As can be seen the process is a slow one and needs to improve.
Do we have a Cisco solution that can speed up the process by allowing real-time visual presentation of x-ray images between two sites? All the branches are networked.
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