October 5, 2015 — Healthcare workflow systems provider medQ Inc. released its Q/RIS 3000 Enterprise software Version 6.0. In addition to being Stage 2 Meaningful Use certified, the Q/RIS 3000 is now fully ICD-10 compliant, including an innovative crosswalk so that users can correlate ICD-9 to ICD-10 and SNOMED codes.
The new release provides a more powerful package for reading services/groups as well as imaging center and hospital based radiology operations. With these program changes, radiologists will be able to use their resources more fully to increase productivity and profitably while at the same time improving patient.
In addition to the new ICD-10, major innovations in this new release are:
• A completely paperless workflow from electronic ordering through to final report distribution.
• New innovations to the intelligent scheduling module, including; wait listing, dynamic exam time setting on the calendar and other productivity features to improve the patient experience.
• Enhanced macro creation for the radiologists and split screens to view prior reports while dictating the current.
• Enhanced DICOM Structured Reporting tools to move data directly to the dictation macro
• A patient portal that goes beyond basic MU data. Now, patients can view and download final reports and view images.
• Referring physician’s electronic ordering enhanced including being able to upload documents needed for the procedure from their office locations.
• Q/RIS connect, an HL7 engine that allows users to direct connect via HL7 to their referring physician’s EHR/EMR to improve responsiveness and provide radiologists with key decision support information.
medQ provides radiology information technology and service solutions that enable healthcare providers to deliver quality, cost effective patient care. The medQ solutions provide an end-to-end, patient-centric diagnostic imaging management process that result in greater operational efficiencies, improved patient outcomes in addition to overall bottom line improvements.
For more information: medq.com