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290 – Solving inefficient access to medical imaging. Dr Chaturica Athukorala, Aurabox

Solving inefficient access to medical imaging. Dr Chaturica Athukorala, Aurabox    Dr. Chaturica Athukorala, CEO and co-founder of Aurabox, is a fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College…
September 26, 2022

290 – Solving inefficient access to medical imaging. Dr Chaturica Athukorala, Aurabox

Solving inefficient access to medical imaging. Dr Chaturica Athukorala, Aurabox 

 

Dr. Chaturica Athukorala, CEO and co-founder of Aurabox, is a fellow of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR), a Staff Specialist Radiologist at the Canberra Hospital, and a Consultant Radiologist at BreastScreen ACT and NSW.

Aurabox is a cloud-based medical imaging storage and viewing platform that allows doctors to access a patient’s entire imaging history on one platform, regardless of where the imaging was obtained.

 

This episode looks at the barriers to medical imaging access and how to overcome them.

Did you know that viewing medical imaging can now be conveniently accessed by patients and clinicians in a single platform? This episode tackles the importance of having medical imaging on one platform and having an extended multi-disciplinary team. You’ll also get useful advice on taking the first step toward change, particularly in the most common issues that arise in the workplace every day.

 

Check out the episode and full show notes here.

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