News | Enterprise Imaging | May 10, 2018

Carestream Demonstrates New Clinical Collaboration Platform Capabilities at SIIM

Next-generation workflow features upgrades to the communication and report analytics modules

Carestream Demonstrates New Clinical Collaboration Platform Capabilities at SIIM

May 10, 2018 — Carestream is demonstrating its upgraded Clinical Collaboration Platform that can expedite and enhance radiology reporting at the 2018 Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) annual meeting, May 31-June 2 in National Harbor, Md.

This next-generation workflow for reading imaging studies boosts productivity and responsiveness, and enhances the quality of the report by having exams read by the right radiologist as dictated by their qualifications and areas of expertise. The platform’s communication module enables collaboration through use of chat capabilities, alerts and screen sharing for radiologists, technologists, physicians and other caregivers.

A report analytics module enables viewing of unstructured textual medical information that can provide valuable insights for quality reporting, education and training.

For more information: www.carestream.com

 

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