Technology | November 05, 2012

Intelerad Launches New Enterprise Diagnostics Solution

Flow by Intelerad bolsters reading and reporting efficiency to drive higher quality results for care teams

October 23, 2012 – Intelerad Medical Systems announced the launch of Flow by Intelerad. An enterprise solution for radiologists, Flow provides fluid diagnostic experiences across streamlined workflows to accelerate team collaboration and grow business in complex distributed environments.

“The concept of Flow came from conversations with leading radiologists who expressed the need for an integrated diagnostics solution that could drive productivity across the enterprise,” said Rick Rubin, chief engineering officer, Intelerad. “To accomplish this, we developed a high-performance solution for workflow management, embedded subspecialty reporting and flexible reporting so care teams can deliver quality results smarter and faster.”

Some of Flow’s key features include a unified reading workflow with assignment and allocations, universal worklist and enhanced critical workflows. Leveraging InteleViewer’s diagnostic reading and reporting capabilities, Flow also features an intuitive interface with advanced hanging protocols for tailored study layouts. For adaptive and flexible reporting, Flow offers embedded voice recognition and intelligent structured reporting through Intelerad Multi-Method Reporting and industry-leading dictation solutions. The solution also includes embedded multi-specialty workflows for mammography and advanced three-dimensional imaging and fusion (MPR/MIP).

Focused on collaboration, the solution offers enhanced communications functionality such as instant messaging, InteleConnect web- or app-based results delivery and a quality suite with critical results, peer review and teaching files management. Built on Intelerad’s robust web-enabled architecture, the solution provides radiologists with high-performance access to studies and priors from any location.

“We truly believe that Flow will energize radiologists by facilitating the way in which they work best,” said Rubin. “Whether it’s in a hospital or reading group, Flow will optimize enterprise diagnostics to deliver consistent high-quality results, inspire collaboration and drive productivity.”

Flow by Intelerad will be released to market in the first quarter of 2013.

For more information: www.intelerad.com

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