Technology | October 29, 2007

Fusion RIS MX Aims to Simplify, Improve Workflow

Merge’s Fusion RIS MX solution reportedly streamlines the entire radiological information workflow to reduce administrative tasks, provide faster report turnaround, improve cash flow and increase satisfaction of patients, referring physicians and employees.

The Fusion RIS MX is HIPAA-supportive and designed with the help of clients to replicate radiology workflow "best practices" within imaging centers or radiology departments.

Key elements include of the system include enterprise-wide licensing and scaleable design that is used successfully by customers with small volume, as well as some of the largest imaging center chains in the country; flexible scheduling options that allow customers to fine-tune scheduling workflow and optimize room utilization; and embedded modules for applications like document management and dictation, to facilitate seamless, paperless workflow.

Other features include a local and regional security business module that helps to address HIPAA compliance with minimal business disruption, Practice Analysis and Crystal Reports for comprehensive business intelligence. And billing capabilities tied tightly to the RIS workflow.

Merge Healthcare also offers FUSION RIS/PACS Information is available in the PACS section.

October 2007

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