We developed ISORT to help medical professionals and researchers not just in their daily reporting process but also in managing data, creating statistics and performing research.
ISORT is not just a software. It is an advanced methodology of reporting that’s beneficial for all kinds of user groups, such as radiologists, hospital management and clinical researchers.
Redefying clinical reporting. ISORT guides clinicians through the reporting process to deliver high quality, professional reports in less time
Spending less time with clinical reporting to improve workflow and increase productivity.
ISORT helps hospitals to improve services and efficiency by creating standardized reports and clinical database with single data entry.
ISORT gives research groups a robust “statistics ready” database and lets them focus on what matters most: achieving results.
Our Coronary CTA and Ca-score reporting module is based on the latest guidelines of the Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography (SCCT). ISORT provides a coronary segment based reporting form, which automatically calculates risk scores (SSS, SIS, Leaman), imports dose info from the CT scanner, evaluates the appropriateness of the examination based on the guidelines of the American Heart Association (AHA) and provides CAD-RADS score and recommendations based on the SCCT practice guidelines.
Our system is tested on more the 10 thousand examinations.
Diagnostic and interventional radiography of lower extremity, mesenterial, renal, supraaortic and upper extremities arteries, vena cava inferior and veins of the lower extremities, phlebography, vena cava superior and central vein, vena cava filter, dialysis fistula, stentgraft, thrombolysis, mechanical thrombectomy and sclerotisation. Automatic dose information collection and score calculation based on the TASC II classification.
Brain MRI reporting module created on the basis of the key findings seen on T1-, T2-, T2*-, diffusion weighted MR images and single voxel MR-spectroscopy. All findings are reported based on the same anatomical classification giving a standard reporting system for the clinicians.
Complete heart surgery reporting module for coronary artery bypass graft operation, aortic, mitral, tricuspid and pulmonary valve operation and artificial valve implantation, aortic graft implantation and pacemaker/ICD implantation.
ISORT was created by a team of medical entrepreneurs called Bioscreen. During a research project, they couldn’t find a robust solution for reporting and collecting data simultaneously, so they started to develop one that fits their needs. This is how the concept of ISORT was born: a modular, data focused and user-friendly data collecting and research tool. The original idea started out from research, therefore it was critical requirement to develop a flexible and customizable tool, which does not interfere with daily clinical practice.
ISORT can support various scientific projects and can be used for clinical reporting by different specialities.
Besides the development of ISORT modules, the team behind Bioscreen performs cutting edge research and have presented their results at several international medical conferences.