Technology | Dictation Systems | November 25, 2015

M*Modal Expands its Imaging Reporting Suite to Improve Documentation Quality

Fluency for Imaging is the top-scoring front-end speech solution in the KLAS diagnostic sub-segment.
 

November 25, 2015 — M*Modal will showcase improvements to its Fluency for Imaging reporting suite at RSNA 2015. M*Modal will demonstrate several new advancements that focus on improving the clinical quality of documentation and supporting the radiologist’s workflow as the industry moves towards value-based care.
 
To support the dual goals of payment modernization and improvement in clinical quality, M*Modal now offers an integrated solution to provide operational, clinical and financial metrics in real-time that will benefit the entire imaging enterprise. M*Modal’s new analytics offering, M*Modal Scout, is integrated within Fluency for Imaging to optimize efficiency and user experience.
 
M*Modal’s proven Computer-Assisted Physician Documentation (CAPD) functionality continues to help radiologists improve the quality and completeness of the report as they document the interpretation. The M*Modal closed-loop clinical documentation system delivers automated, evidence-based and true real-time feedback on, for example:

•       Critical findings with an integrated, automated Critical Test Result Management (CTRM) workflow
•       ICD-10 related specificity including acuity
•       Laterality and gender mismatches
•       Documentation completeness and best practices to support the ACR Imaging 3.0 initiative

The M*Modal software is continually updated with the latest documentation guidelines as more use cases are added to support radiologists in their reporting workflow.

Additionally, M*Modal is introducing the seventh generation of its cloud-based Speech Understanding engine which delivers superior out-of-the-gate speech recognition accuracy and performance.
 
For more information: www.mmodal.com

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