Technology | PACS Accessories | October 12, 2016

eRAD Releases RADAR Nudge Messaging Tool

Enables secure collaboration with remote healthcare providers

October 12, 2016 — eRAD announced that it has added a new product to its comprehensive suite of imaging workflow solutions. RADAR Nudge is a bi-directional, secure collaborative messaging tool for communicating patient information among remote healthcare providers.

Nudge transmits secure, encrypted information instantly among connected providers. Available for Windows users, and as an app on iOS and Android mobile devices, Nudge enables healthcare providers to securely share and collaborate on any type of patient information.

Premier Diagnostic Imaging, a long-standing eRAD customer, went live on Nudge recently. “We’re using RADAR Nudge internally to streamline employee communication between departments,” said Bob Gunter, CEO of Premier. “It’s been very effective in improving patient service and decreasing patient wait times.”

Nudge captures messaging history and contacts and allows the sharing of images, links, documents and other rich content. Messages can be grouped by topic into “conversations” for easy organization. Activity on one device is synced elsewhere, and all messages are archived for easy retrieval.

“The Nudge platform allows our team to get quick responses, share sensitive patient data securely, and receive messages remotely with the Nudge iOS and Android Apps,” said Gunter. “RADAR Nudge has streamlined our workflow while creating higher productivity and happier employees. And patients are impressed with our smooth service delivery.”

For more information: www.erad.com

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