News | Electronic Medical Records (EMR) | November 14, 2022

Improves patient outcomes, unburdens radiology from the follow-up responsibility and optimizes organizational productivity

Improves patient outcomes, unburdens radiology from the follow-up responsibility and optimizes organizational productivity

November 14, 2022 — Illuminate, Inc., the provider of software that unlocks vital unstructured clinical information lost in the EHR that can drive patient care improvements, announces their end-to-end follow-up and surveillance solution called Discovery360 services. They are designed to simplify a healthcare organization's ability to setup a multidisciplinary lung nodule surveillance program. 

Our Discovery 360 services combine the skills of our nurse navigators with our understanding of the patient follow-up and management process and Illuminate ActKnowledge AI technology. Together, we can lower the barrier for implementing a comprehensive lung nodule surveillance program that saves lives by ensuring patients receive timely diagnosis and treatment. 

Benefits Include: 

  • Better patient outcomes 
  • Additional imaging and surgical revenue 
  • Greater physician and nurse navigator productivity 
  • Fewer patients lost to follow-up care 

Illuminate ActKnowledge, as well as the full suite of Illuminate applications will be available for demonstration in the Illuminate booth at this month's Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting. Visit Illuminate at RSNA in Booth #6711 – North Hall

Illuminate will also be discussing the value of an enterprise approach to solving the follow-up management problem in their RSNA Innovation Theater presentation

Title:     Actionable Incidental Findings Follow-up; Just Tracking Them Isn't Enough    
When:  Tuesday, November 29, 2:30CT
Where: Innovation Theater, Booth 3316 - South Hall 

Registered RSNA attendees can add the presentation to their schedule by clicking here

"80% of lung nodule patients are identified incidentally by radiology, NOT via lung screening," notes Dr. Mark Perry, MD, Radiologist, Oncologic Imaging, "AI supported services like Discovery 360 enable radiology to ensure patients receive the timely follow-up care they need while minimizing the operational burden." 

Illuminate ActKnowledge provides the foundation for a comprehensive lung nodule program by simplifying and automating the identification and management of these patients, whether they are identified as an incidental finding by radiology or via a lung screening program. It uses AI to automate the inefficient manual process of patient identification, tracking, and communications, which in turn enables healthcare providers to improve resource utilization, patient care, and department management. 

"Radiology has historically been held responsible for ensuring follow-up imaging is performed and their recommendations are received by the referring physician," states Matt McLenon CEO. "This is just the tip of the follow-up iceberg as comprehensive follow-up requires coordinated ongoing imaging, patient surveillance and treatment." 

Other Illuminate applications that will be available for demonstration at RSNA include: 

  1. InSight – Search driven access to any clinical report. 
  2. PatientView – Instant access to the full patient record at the point of care. 
  3. Analytics – Fact-based monitoring of scheduling and resource allocation. 

For more information: https://www.illuminate.ai/

Find more RSNA22 coverage here 


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