Expert-I studies expanding in Africa, Gulf region

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Expert-I, teleradiology reporting solution company specializes in medical imaging reporting for hospitals and imaging centers, has participated in the 57th Scientific Conference of the Egyptian Society of Radiology & Nuclear Medicine (ESRNM), in cooperation with the International Society of Radiology (ISR) and the Pan Arab Association of Radiological Societies (PAARS), under the auspices of the Ministry of Health, Population and Higher Education.

During the conference, the company presented its achievements in diagnostic services, writing remote radiology reports, solving many problems facing the health care system in this field, saving time and responding quickly to emergency cases, in order to facilitate hospitals that suffer due to the shortage in the number of radiologists, which leads to delayed reports.

CEO of Expert-I Tamer Gawish said that the company was keen from the beginning to include a group of specialized experts in the field of radiology and trained at the highest level, whose number reaches 45 consultants in all subspecialties and holders of doctorate degrees in medicine, including members of many major Egyptian universities. In addition to, consultants registered with GMC in London and consultants from the German Authority in Wachartzproving, who have the ability to deal with many types of radiation such as X-rays, CT scans and magnetic resonance and provide diagnosis of the case and send it to any place, whether inside or outside Egypt.

Regarding the company’s new expansions, Business Development Manager Sherif Kandil said: “We are currently studying expansion in Africa and the Gulf region. The company has succeeded in being present in Africa, starting with Sudan and providing remote reporting service in many hospitals.

Kandil added that Expert-I will not neglect its role in other countries such as Kenya, Nigeria and others.  On the Gulf side, the company has been present in Saudi market and there are discussions and agreements to enter other Arab countries in 2022, relying on the company’s experiences and strength in Egyptian market in more than 25 centres and hospitals.

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