Technology | November 24, 2010

Collaborative Workflow Solutions Improve Productivity

November 24, 2010 — The next-generation Radiology Collaborative Workflow Solutions offers providers a sophisticated technology platform to enhance productivity and ensure the delivery of measureable high-quality radiology care. The three solutions will be showcased at the 96th annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) in Chicago.

In the era of healthcare reform, healthcare reimbursement rates are under rapid and uncertain change, placing radiologists in a position of compensation pressure, heightened competition and increased government-mandated quality reporting. To address these challenges, Medicalis offers professional solutions to optimize radiologists’ productivity and quality, operational solutions to maximize imaging device management and utilization solutions to improve collaboration between providers and payors for optimal evidence-based ordering of imaging procedures.

Medicalis provides Collaborative Workflow Solutions that use evidence-based knowledge for quality-driven, data-proven radiology services. They are designed to ensure that clinical evidence, appropriate imaging orders, the accuracy of reports and the timely delivery of critical results are addressed throughout the care cycle, and provide access to transparent dashboards for evaluating productivity and quality of care. They offer built-in quality modules for peer review critical finding and critical test results management that meet Joint Commission requirements and American College of Radiology (ACR) guidelines. In addition, the solutions enable providers to meet many of the radiology-centric “meaningful use” criteria.

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