News | June 05, 2009

Aspyra Demonstrates Improved Revenue, Worflow With Latest RIS/PACS at RBMA 2009

June 5, 2009 - Aspyra Inc. said yesterday it will demonstrate the latest release of its AccessRAD RIS/PACS product at the upcoming Radiology Business Management Association (RBMA) 2009 Radiology Summit June 7-10 at Lowes Royal Pacific Resort in Orlando, Fla. (booth 411).

Aspyra’s AccessRAD RIS/PACS is designed to meet the needs of acute care hospitals, enterprise-wide delivery networks, and medium to large imaging centers, with end-to-end solutions that automate processes at every point of patient and imaging encounter workflow. As the demand for imaging procedure volume increases, reimbursements decrease, and the demand for quick report turnaround times increases, a radiologist must read more studies in less time. To improve efficiencies, AccessRAD Version 6.4 has new features and enhancements to increase productivity by requiring fewer workflow steps, more advanced hanging profiles and better presentation of relevant patient data.

“Aspyra has increased our facility’s workflow and efficiency by
coordinating our scheduling, order entry, reading, transcription, billing and reporting,” Said Phyllis Hall, site manager for Carolina Regional Radiology (CRR).

In today’s healthcare environment, a patient’s healthcare history may be distributed across many different healthcare facilities over a broad geographic area. This distribution increases the challenge to import and view a patient’s complete exam history. The company said the viewer import, export tools and order creation feature initiate when incoming diagnostic foreign studies are received from outside referring facilities, so organizations can easily import
and export patient exams and reports in the AccessRAD, DICOM, or HTML formats.

For more information: www.rbma.org

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