Teleconsult pathologists offer services ranging from remote reporting of cyto- and histological cases, to lab design and quality assurance programs. We support the most basic lab set ups with second opinions and on-line consultations, and connect more advanced labs to our web based telepathology platform for routine reporting of diverse cases.
Our pathology services are offered by Dutch and EU Board Certified clinical pathologists with sub-specialties in the fields of neuropathology, mamma pathology, hepatopathology, nefropathology, endocrine pathology, gastointestnical pathology, dermatopathology, urogenital pathology, Perinatal pathology, Pulmonal Pathology, Endocrine Pathology, Gyneacopathology, musculoskeletal pathology, head and neck pathology.
Our pathologists are mainly active in clinical hospital settings, keeping them closely connected and in tune with daily clinical situations and challenges. This creates affinity with remote cases and ensures the up-to-date knowledge our customers require.
Our pathologists are recruited and selected based on their motivation, experience and sub specialty fields. Prior to joining the Telepathology team, new pathologists must pass a pre-qualification test as part of our Quality Assurance Program. Subsequently the performance of each individual pathologist is monitored continuously through our Peer Review program.
IT Expertise & Solutions
Our IT solutions are vehicles for delivery of our service, not profit centers. That is why our customers enjoy the latest web based telepathology communication technologies at minimum cost. Our IT support center will tailor integration and connectivity plans with your current systems, ensuring secure transmission of interpretation of results and reports, directly into your LIS or HIS if desired.
National laws & regulations
TeleConsult Europe is a true international teleradiology services provider, designing its governance framework to be compliant with local rules and regulations. Our country management team will work together with national and local authorities to address matters such as professional accountability, patient privacy and confidentiality, and data management regulations.