It’s been 5 months since we launched Revise Radiology to the world. Since going live we have served over 110,000 questions to our users and, I’m pleased to say, without any significant downtime (hurrah!). We’ve had a lot of positive feedback from people and have learned a lot not only about running a high traffic website but also about the intricacies of running a limited company.
All this is well and good but we’re not resting on our laurels either. We are currently constructing more rapids packets to add to our rapid reporting database. We will add 5 by the end of the month and we hope to add a total of 10 by the next sitting of the rapid reporting module in April. These will of course be accessible by current subscribers at no extra charge.
We’ve individually looked at literally 1000s of permutations of answers to our questions as well as feedback on specific questions from our users and have made adjustments and updates to our database. We value your feedback and want you to know that every time you flag or dispute a question that one of the founders will look at your response – after all, if you take the time to help us improve our product then it’s the least we can do.
Work is coming along on other minor improvements to the site. I am working on integrating better viewing tools for the rapids images (such as improved zooming, windowing, etc). I don’t have an exact time frame for its introduction but work is ongoing.
Whilst looking at some of the data in our (frankly huge) database, I also discovered that we have users from 25 countries. That just goes to show how well regarded the UK FRCR exam is not to mention how far word can travel about a site!
I think 2015 is going to be a great year moving forwards. Keep your eyes peeled for more content and new tools in the near future.