Technology | September 20, 2011

Carestream RIS Meets Meaningful Use Phase One Requirements

September 20, 2011 – The Carestream Vue radiology information systems (RIS) meets the first phase of meaningful use requirements in the United States. This flexible platform allows data workflows to be quickly and easily adapted to meet changing business and regulatory needs worldwide.

The Vue RIS also delivers built-in tools that allow users to adjust processes to increase efficiency and help boost revenue. The RIS delivers exceptional functionality including: built-in critical results reporting, American College of Radiologists (ACR) peer review, integrated voice recognition, patient scheduling and tracking, structured reporting, document management, film tracking, user interface for referring physicians (including optional exam ordering) and other features.

Its business intelligence capabilities equip users to organize personnel, equipment and exam data to make strategic decisions that can help improve profitability. Carestream Vue is a next-generation healthcare information technology platform that simplifies RIS+PACS+reporting in radiology, cardiology and mammography.

For more information: www.carestreamhealth.com

 

 

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