News | November 19, 2007

Amicas Presents Solutions to Improve Radiology Communication

November 20, 2007 - Amicas Inc. will demonstrate at RSNA 2007 a comprehensive solution suite designed to "close the loop" in radiology communications, including RadStream, a PACS which reportedly reduces medical/legal risk by automating and documenting critical results communications.

RadStream also automates the prioritization of imaging exams based on a "most likely to interrupt" method, which has been shown to dramatically increase radiologist productivity.

Also scheduled for RSNA is Vision Reach 2.0 radiology tool which includes a Web-based radiology order entry capability, which enables referring physicians and their staff to order exams online directly from completed reports or from the Vision Reach portal, in addition to receiving instantaneous secure notification when radiology reports are available.

This functionality builds on Vision Reach's zero client architecture, which means no software to download and no plug-ins, and has the ability to integrate the radiology report with key images and create a single "multimedia" report for referring physicians. Vision Reach also includes a personalized referring portal for physicians and their staff of all current and historical exams.

Other systems on display include the Vision Series PACS, which is a fully personalized workflow, including the management of communication needs around workflows such as ED discrepancies and study reservations. Personalized workflow management allows the user to create a number of custom workflows.

Vision Series Financials, which offers CashFinder technology to automate the identification and communication requirements associated with denial management, combines a modern architecture with pioneering functionality to streamline revenue cycle management. This solution can have a dramatic impact on reducing costs and increasing collections.

Insight Dashboards, which is a Web-based business intelligence platform, provides access to customized, near real time, easy-to-read data for key performance metrics and indicators, including both clinical and operational factors. This solution provides leadership with excellent visibility into operations.

For more information: www.amicas.com

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