Technology | PACS Accessories | November 12, 2015

Company showing new radiology report creation tool and teleradiology module, highlighting Q/ris 3000 workflow solution

medQ, RSNA 2015, radiology workflow, Q/ris 3000, Reporting PLUS+, teleradiology

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November 12, 2015 — medQ Inc. will be showcasing its latest innovations in radiology workflow technology at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 2015 annual meeting.

Its new Reporting PLUS+ is an enhanced radiologist's report creation and referring physician's communication tool. New offerings include an enhanced closed loop critical test results module, structured reporting and peer review. Coupled with medQ’s interactive physician's and patient portals and universal connectivity tool, communications among all the parties will be significantly increased.

Secondly, the company’s electronic health record (EHR)-driven, fully paperless and automated workflow solution will also be on display.  The Q/ris 3000 is a Stage 2 Meaningful Use (MU)-certified ambulatory workflow that is fully ICD-10 compliant. 

Third, medQ will also introduce its updated teleradiology module. This allows an unlimited number of sites to be brought in and integrated into a single, universal dictation and report distribution worklist.  What makes this work is that each site has their own protected data, accessible by the site 24/7, and orders are generated via an automated order generation program or via HL7. Distribution to these sites is automatic via email, fax or HL7.  An interactive app also connects the radiologists and the sites to edit the order, upload documents and even have the radiologist return the study for additional work. All of this creates a highly efficient workflow with significantly improved turnaround times.

The introduction of the Patient Balance Calculator lets the imaging center know exactly how much the patient should bring to be paid in full for the exam, reducing the need to calculate later and improve cash flow.

For more information: www.medq.com


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