Brell Health has unveiled a pioneering digital platform that combines medical acumen with patient-centric care.
Established in 2022, Brell Health seeks to navigate the shifting paradigms of patient care brought forth by the global pandemic. As an increasingly digital-savvy population seeks active involvement in healthcare, the Vancouver startup’s all-in-one platform transformis radiology reports from static documents to interactive patient experiences.
Through an integrated image viewer and virtual consultation, Brell’s platform allows radiologists to provide live specialist consultations, bridging the gap between physicians and patients.
It also overhauls the language of radiology reports. Leveraging AI technology, Brell introduces an empathetic dimension to radiology reporting. Its medical dictionary deciphers complex medical terminologies, offering a nuanced understanding through contextual imagery and descriptions.
As decreased reimbursements and rising study volumes have put radiology providers under immense pressure, the advent of virtualization has created a disconnection between providers and patients, according to Dr. Ramin Sahebjavaher, a seasoned entrepreneur and technology.
Sahebjavaher, who left Prenuvo to launch Brell Health, says his company’s platform addresses this lacuna by offering meaningful, personalized engagement, instilling a sense of confidence in patients about their healthcare journey.
“We are addressing a critical gap in the radiology workflow, for both patients and specialists, by facilitating access to meaningful engagement that is scalable and revenue-generating,” said the startup CEO.
The HIPAA-compliant platform is entirely web-based and compatible with all operating systems.
“Brell is an incredible platform,” believes Dr. Jason Itri, a certified radiologist based in Virginia.
Itri observes how it “allows patients to get more value from their imaging exam by being able to speak one-on-one with an experienced radiologist who can help them understand the importance of their findings and ensure that no relevant findings were missed or misinterpreted by the original interpreting radiologist.”