Technology | PACS Accessories | May 31, 2018

Intelerad Introduces InteleOne Maestro Enterprise Workflow Orchestration Solution

Solution built on InteleOne platform allows Assignment Engine, Order Management and Diagnostic Workflows solutions to come together

Intelerad Introduces InteleOne Maestro Enterprise Workflow Orchestration Solution

May 31, 2018 – Intelerad Medical Systems announced the release of InteleOne Maestro, its new enterprise imaging workflow orchestration solution.

InteleOne Maestro provides seamless integration between enterprise-wide disparate picture archiving and communication systems (PACS) and takes away time-consuming manual interventions, such as study assignment. The solution orchestrates order management, automates enterprise workflows and accelerates diagnostic performance.

Built on top of the InteleOne platform, Maestro packs powerful workflows into a single solution that delivers:

  • Order and image management – InteleOne’s suite of tools automatically prepares cases based on enterprise-wide patient data, even over large-scale and widely-distributed health systems;
  • Workflow automation – Intelerad Assignment Engine and SmartWorklist automatically and intelligently execute the provider’s goals in terms of sub-specialty management, service-line agreements (SLAs), workload balancing and after-hours assignments; and
  • Diagnostic acceleration – SmartLayouts, Multi-method Reporting and Instant Messaging capabilities deliver a personalized and enhanced user experience.

“Using Intelerad’s Assignment Engine allows us to read the same study volume using 8-10 percent fewer radiologists,” said David Miller, M.D., chief medical information officer, South Jersey Radiology Associates. “It also facilitates having studies interpreted at a different site than where the scan took place. This allows subspecialty exams to be read quicker and eliminates the time that radiologists spend waiting between studies.”

Maestro combines a single SmartWorklist with one universal zero-footprint viewer to securely deliver images and patient data to exactly the right location at exactly the right time. For maximum flexibility, when needed, images can be dynamically cached while still maintaining the ability to stream on demand when possible. Remote streaming without ever needing to move images outside of the local network is also an option.

For more information: www.intelerad.com

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