News | PACS Accessories | November 03, 2017

Carestream Introduces Workflow Orchestrator to Clinical Collaboration Platform

Orchestrator boosts quality and speed of radiology reading workflows; adds chat modules, alerts and screen sharing

Carestream Introduces Workflow Orchestrator to Clinical Collaboration Platform

November 3, 2017 — Carestream Health will demonstrate its new zero footprint Workflow Orchestrator that can enable greater productivity, quality and collaboration for radiology reading workflows at the 2017 Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting, Nov. 26-Dec. 1 in Chicago. These modules are currently available for order and are expected to begin shipping in the first quarter of 2018.  

The Workflow Orchestrator is native to Carestream’s Clinical Collaboration Platform. The Orchestrator’s productivity module directs imaging exams first to appropriate clinical subspecialists, and then to all available radiologists as needed to satisfy desired turnaround times. Exams also can be assigned to specific radiologists according to a referring physician’s preference and existing affiliations with hospitals or healthcare facilities. The platform’s workload balancing functionality can optimize reporting times.

Subspecialty reading is designed to deliver a higher level of quality and accuracy to help enhance patient care. 

The quality module offers comprehensive management reports for peer review, while the communication module enhances collaboration through use of chat capabilities, alerts and screen sharing for radiologists, technologists and onsite physicians. Worklists can be categorized by type and user profiles contain subspecialty, main location and credentials.

Administrative features allow corrections to exam data and the ability to add specialties for radiologists and manage worklists for specialty reading. Carestream’s Vue Motion enterprise viewer allows referring physicians to securely view a patient’s imaging exam on mobile devices and discuss a patient’s condition with radiologists if needed.

For more information: www.carestream.com

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