News | Breast Imaging | December 10, 2015

Cerner Shows Mammography Reporting Solution at RSNA

Solution helps to simplify and automate all processes associated with mammography service delivery 

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Cerner’s RadNet Mammography Management solutions help facilities provide mammography services efficiently and deliver high quality patient care. The unified Cerner Millennium health care information technology architecture ensures clinicians have immediate access to consistent patient information. Built on that architecture, RadNet Mammography Management helps simplify and automate all processes associated with mammography service delivery — from scheduling and exam completion to results reporting and follow-up care notification. The solution also incorporates all of the key steps associated with mammography services and care directly into users’ daily workflow, ensuring efficient operations and quality care.

Cerner’s Mammography Management modules address five crucial areas:

  • Data collection
  • Results distribution
  • Patient recall notices
  • Documentation of follow-up
  • Quality assurance and statistical reporting

For more information: www.cerner.com

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