News | Mammography Reporting Software | April 04, 2019

Ikonopedia Introduces Automated Combined Reporting Package at SBI

Package automatically combines results from multiple breast imaging modalities into coherent clinical report for referring physicians

Ikonopedia Introduces Automated Combined Reporting Package at SBI

April 4, 2019 — Ikonopedia will introduce its new Automated Combined Reporting package at the 2019 Society of Breast Imaging/American College of Radiology (SBI/ACR) Breast Imaging Symposium, April 4-7, in Hollywood, Fla.

This latest update to Ikonopedia's system automatically combines results from multiple breast imaging modalities to produce a single, coherent clinical report for the referring physician. The Combined Reporting package supports any combination of mammography, breast ultrasound, breast magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), biopsy and post-biopsy mammograms. Used in conjunction with the Closed-Loop Resolution Manager, the system focuses on actionable items and monitors patients to full resolution of all clinical concerns – saving valuable time for the radiologist and staff and maintaining patient safety.  Designed to simplify reporting complexity to improve the radiologist experience, the new package includes such features as:

  • Configurable for automatic or manual report combining;
  • Combined report content is completely configurable;
  • Customized automatic recommendations available;
  • Easy one-click switching between combined exams;
  • Reports may be uncombined at any time before signing; and
  • Radiologist is alerted when combinable reports are present.

Ikonopedia is a structured breast reporting and Mammography Quality Standards Act (MQSA) management system designed to improve reporting efficiency and optimize facility operations. All findings are saved as discrete data, which allows Ikonopedia to prevent errors, maintain Breast Imaging-Reporting and Data System (BI-RADS)-compliant language and automate many time-consuming processes. Ikonopedia makes it possible to eliminate laterality errors, automatically choose exam-appropriate patient letters and pull forward findings from past exams, along with many other time-saving features.

For more information: www.ikonopedia.com

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