Technology | December 24, 2013

InteleRIS 8.224 Expands Capabilities of Radiology Information Systems

Intelerad’s latest RIS version includes mammography reporting module, new features to drive efficiency

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December 24, 2013 — Intelerad Medical Systems, a medical imaging picture archiving and communication systems (PACS), radiology information systems (RIS) and workflow solutions company, announced the launch of InteleRIS 8.224, the latest version of its reporting information system. The solution includes a new optional Mammo Reporting Module and several new features, including enhanced scheduling, complete-and-hold function for technologists, patient-signed outside prior requests and the ability to import PDF reports from outside systems via HL7. 
 
“Our goal with this latest version of InteleRIS is to further automate and simplify procedures to drive efficiency within radiology practices,” said Todd Davis, chief clinical systems officer, Intelerad. “As we move forward with this solution, we will be adding more self-service elements to reduce the workloads of front-office staff and help organizations attract patients and referring physicians who are interested in managing their appointments online.” 
 
InteleRIS Mammo Reporting Module 
Designed for clinics that perform breast imaging procedures, the InteleRIS Mammo Reporting Module boosts efficiency of clinic support staff. By providing a comprehensive set of breast imaging reporting and data system (BI-RADS) worksheets, the module allows for patients to be tracked efficiently. Fully integrated with InteleRIS, the module allows staff to easily book follow-up appointments, print results letters, print letters to physicians and enter pathology data.
 
Scheduling Portal for Patients and Referring Physicians 
As part of their plan to further develop InteleRIS, Intelerad will be adding a Scheduling Portal to the solution to allow patients and physicians to manage appointments online. The Portal allows patients and physicians to view previous appointments, book or request an appointment and fill out dynamic screening interviews prior to arrival which saves time at check-in for both patients and technologists.
 
For more information: www.intelerad.com

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