News | September 05, 2013

Advanced Data Systems EHR for Radiology Ranks as Top Five System for MU Attestation

RadiologyMU.org Releases Industry EHR Statistics for Radiology Imaging EHR Use

Advanced Data Systems EHR for Radiology Ranks as Top Five System for MU Attestation

September 5, 2013 — MedicsDocAssistant EHR for Radiology from Advanced Data Systems (ADS) is one of the top five most widely used electronic health records (EHRs) for meaningful use (MU) attestation among radiologists, according to figures released by radiologyMU.org.

The national organization providing information about MU in medical imaging found that ADS’ certified electronic health record technology (CEHRT) ranks among the highest of more than 75 EHR systems used by imaging specialists to attest through August 2013. 

MedicsDocAssistant EHR for Radiology combines ease-of-use with a full range of advanced features and is optimized for medical imaging practices of any size. The affordably priced technology electronically stores and tracks patient clinical data as it pertains to radiology and provides all the functionalities and tools radiologists need to automate complex report preparation for lucrative EHR MU reimbursements. 

The application integrates with ADS’ MedicsRIS (radiology information system). MedicsDocAssistant EHR for Radiology is certified by Drummond Group as complete EHR for Stage 1 MU.

For more information: www.adsc.com

 

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