Technology | December 19, 2014

RamSoft Enhances PowerServer 6.0 with Essence Web-based Enterprise Business Intelligence Module

Product will help practice managers extract quality bottom line information quickly, eliminating tedious manual data processing

RamSoft Enhances PowerServer 6.0 with Essence Web-based Enterprise Business Intelligence Module

December 19, 2014 — RamSoft announced the launch of Essence, PowerServer 6.0’s Web-based enterprise business intelligence module. Essence features interactive data, dashboards and reports.

Essence can be accessed from anywhere on computers and iPads with an Internet connection. Pre-defined reports and dashboards can be used to monitor performance, turnaround time, charges, study volume and more. Custom reports can be built by adding data elements with easy to use drag and drop tools. Dashboards can be easily created from existing analysis reports, interactive reports or pre-defined reports created by the report designer. In addition to that, reports can be scheduled to automatically be generated and stored in configurable destination folders for review at a later time.

Reports can be exported as a PDF, HTML or an Excel file into electronic media devices.

RamSoft’s single database PowerServer RIS/PACS 6.0 workflow engine provides all functions traditionally found in disparate RIS, PACS, radiology EMR, reporting, physician portal and analytics software from within a single product. PowerServer 6.0 was showcased at RSNA 2014 and, in addition to Essence, will feature other advanced module such as RapidResults, a powerful clinical image and report viewer app that allows direct messaging between internal and external healthcare providers; PowerServer RIS/PACS/PM, Embedded Practice Management System and PowerServer Speech Understanding.

For more information: www.RamSoft.com

 

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