HOW WE WORK
Through the restricted area, the customer will be able to register.
After the evaluation of the registration form, a link will be available to upload the exams.
Within 5 working days, a second reading report will be made available to patients.
The results will be communicated to the requesting doctors for discussion and clarification.
STEPS TO THE SECOND OPINION
2. UPLOAD YOUR EXAMS
A secure LINK for UPLOAD of exams in DICOM format.
Another link will be sent to collect clinical information.
A registration form will be sent to collect clinical information and other results.
3. RESULT: AUDIO-VISUAL REPORT
After 5 working days a final report is prepared.
A video will be attached explaining the findings.
The same report can be sent to the patient's doctor.
Data security and privacy. Work in safe environments according to the recommendations of the Federal Council of Medicine (CFM) for Teleradiology
Examination analysis focused on the personal history and individual history of each patient.
VOICE TO THE CUSTOMER
The patient will have space for her doubts regarding breast exams to be answered in a personalized way.
5 working days is the time to prepare the individualized report, which includes a correlation of the study's findings with the patient's history and previous results.
The results may be transmitted in person (by telephone) to the requesting doctors.
ACCESSIBILITY TO RESULTS
The results will be made available online to requesting patients and doctors.
VOICE TO THE CUSTOMER
The personalized service allows a diagnosis closer to the customer.
Access to information about the results and their implications is a patient's right.
We make ourselves available for clarifications and doubts inherent to the diagnosis.
Offer the second reading of diagnostic imaging tests related to breast diseases.
The second reading minimizes the effects of false-positive and false-negative results.
We believe that the second reading reduces the patient's exposure when undergoing a new exam.
Medicine is not an exact science, and the sharing of information enriches the diagnosis.
In this context, all studies carried out regarding breast diagnosis are subject to a second reading.