Technology | January 02, 2014

Accelarad Unveils Medical Image Exchange Analytics at RSNA 2013

Product update gives users real-time insight into workflow efficiency, system usage, ROI

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January 2, 2014 — Accelarad, a cloud-based medical image sharing solution, announced a product update at the Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting (RSNA 2013) that includes image exchange analytics reporting and a new user interface (UI).  Accelarad customers now have access to a real-time analytics dashboard, with options for more complex and custom dashboard options based on subscription level.
 
Accelarad’s medical image exchange users can now self-select timeframes to quickly review the number of studies shared and received, as well as top activity from image viewers. These measurements provide insight into workflow efficiency; administrators can see which physicians and/or hospitals are using the system to view images and determine which doctors might need training. In addition, users can measure a facility's number of scans and determine peak times and trends in referral patterns to gauge revenue loss or gain. Moreover, the dashboard demonstrates true ROI by detailing the number of compact discs (CDs) eliminated by transitioning to an electronic online process.
 
In addition to the analytics, Accelarad’s latest product update includes a new UI that improves the overall responsiveness of the application.
 
For more information: www.accelarad.com

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