Technology | May 27, 2010

New Structured Reporting Solution Debuts at SIIM 2010

May 27, 2010 - On-demand conversational documentation services are helping health care providers capture discrete clinical information from dictation to generate complete and timely electronic medical records. These tools provide comprehensive yet adaptable solutions for creating highly accurate, structured, encoded and shareable medical documents.

At SIIM 2010, June 3 to 6, in Minneapolis, M*Modal will unveil a healthcare search and discovery solution that accesses rich data found in clinical narrative documents.

The clinical document architecture (CDA) content server links clinical narrative to health care reporting and decision making. The system creates and indexes semantically interoperable, semistructured data from flat text documents or consumes the existing CDA documents that M*Modal business partners are already creating today. This new service is designed to support applications, such as advanced medical record search, compliance reporting, clinical decision support and outcome analysis.

M*Modal will also highlight the integration of its Speech Understanding technology with the Philips’ iSite PACS System developed by Poiesis Informatics.
M*Modal and Poiesis Informatics will partner to present a demonstration that integrates Philips iSite, using their open integration application program interface with M*Modal’s advanced Speech Understanding technology for application within a radiology department.

For more information: www.mmodal.com

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