News | February 26, 2008

Image, Information Management Solutions Focus on Hospital, Ambulatory Imaging

February 27, 2008 – AMICAS showcased its solutions for hospitals and ambulatory imaging businesses at HIMSS 2008, focusing on RadStream, Vision Reach, Vision Series Financials, Insight Dashboards, Vision Series RIS and Vision Series PACS.

RadStream is designed to reduce medicolegal risk by automating and documenting critical results communications. The product also automates prioritization of imaging exams based on a "most likely to interrupt" method, which has reportedly been shown to increase radiologist productivity.

Vision Reach now offers functions to simplify ordering new or follow-up exams through the zero-install physician portal, and supports proactive results distribution. Vision Reach also provides real-time connectivity with referring physicians.

Vision Series Financials offers a CashFinder feature that automates the identification and communication requirements associated with denial management, and reportedly combines a modern architecture with pioneering functionality to streamline the latest techniques for advanced revenue cycle management.

Insight Dashboards is a Web-based business intelligence platform that gives access to customized, near real-time, data for performance metrics and indicators, including clinical and operational factors.

The newest version of Vision Series RIS includes native HL7 integration and capabilities and advances in scalability for complex practices. Vision Series PACS is completely Web-based and provides a customizable paperless patient routing and internal communication system via RealTime Worklist. The system includes the management of communication needs around workflows such as ED discrepancies and study reservations.

For more information: www.amicas.com

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