Technology | Radiation Dose Management | December 10, 2015

Cerner Displays Radiation Dose Management Solution at RSNA 2015

Latest version of RadNet RIS integrates dose data into Cerner EHR, enables statistical and analytic reporting

Cerner, RadNet RIS, RSNA 2015

December 10, 2015 — Cerner’s RadNet Radiology Information System (RIS) provides the ability to receive, display and report on radiation dose. This enhancement provides the following features:

  • View radiation dose data in the Cerner Millennium EHR (electronic health record);
  • Include dose data into the technologist and radiologist workflows;
  • Incorporate dose data on the radiology exam report;
  • Provide historical dose data to caregivers in the patient chart; and
  • Enable statistical and analytic reporting of dose information.

The updated system was on display at the 2015 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting, Nov. 29-Dec. 3 in Chicago.

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