Framework launch: updated Teleradiology Reporting Services

Our updated Teleradiology Reporting Services framework offers trusts flexibility, giving access to skilled, extra resources available 24/7, to assist with analysis, consultation and review of x-rays, CTs and MRIs.

The East of England NHS Collaborative Procurement Hub is pleased to announce the updated Teleradiology Reporting Services framework is now live.

This framework offers trusts access to the services of remote, trained specialists from across the globe, for the secure, primary interpretation or consultation and clinical review of plain radiographs (x-rays), CTs and MRIs plus associated data.

The acknowledged national shortage of radiologists means trusts face potential challenges in meeting reporting target times using in-house services. The Teleradiology Reporting Services framework offers flexibility with skilled, extra resources being available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to assist trusts in resolving such challenges.

Additional new providers are now available.


The framework’s many benefits include:

  • flexible personnel to assist at times of increased demand or low staffing levels
  • rapid response times
  • reduced waiting times – for teams and patients
  • sub-speciality opinion and support
  • clearance of any backlog in reporting
  • compliance with relevant reporting guidelines.

Scope of Services

  • sub-speciality reporting
  • on demand reporting
  • major trauma – within 60 minutes
  • stroke – within 30 minutes
  • routine radiology reporting – within 24 hours and 72 hours
  • routine radiology reporting: overflow and backlog reporting – up to 7 days
  • acute reporting – within 1 hour
  • inpatient reporting (in-hours and out-of-hours) – within 4 hours
  • 24 hour availability

Further framework information

For more information about the Teleradiology Reporting Services framework or to discuss your requirements, please contact our Corporate Services team. Email: