Technology | September 21, 2009

Nuance Closes the Loop on Radiology Reporting, Communication

Nuance Healthcare will be showcasing their closed-loop radiology reporting and communication solutions – RadPort, PowerScribe, RadWhere, Veriphy, and RadCube - the industry’s only comprehensive end-to-end solution suite. This revolutionary approach to managing the order-to-results delivery cycle helps Radiology departments dramatically improve productivity, profitability and patient care.

RadPort 2.0 is the latest release of Nuance’s secure web-based decision support system that allows healthcare facilities to manage high-tech imaging utilization and satisfy pre-certification requirements through the use of an evidence-based clinical decision support system that integrates with CPOEs.

RadCube 1.5 is the latest release of Nuance’s powerful radiology data mining and outcomes analysis solution. RadCube 1.5 offers healthcare facilities the opportunity to make more informed business decisions through the use of structured data and business metrics.

PowerScribe 5.0 is the latest release of Nuance’s industry-leading speech recognition reporting solution. PowerScribe 5.0 provides an unprecedented level of accuracy as well as an updated speech engine, architecture enhancements, improved user interface, and system enhancements that give radiologists more control over their reporting workflow.

Nuance will also showcase RadWhere 3.0 is the latest release of Nuance’s industry-leading speech recognition reporting solution for facilities with unique multi-site workflow requirements. RadWhere 3.0 provides workflow management capabilities, multi-RIS/multi-PACS support, peer review, data capture and extraction, structured reporting tools and custom workflows.

Veriphy 4.0 is the latest release of Nuance’s critical test results management solution, which boosts clinician productivity and automates compliance with industry standards. Veriphy 4.0 guarantees reliable delivery, management, and auditing of critical patient findings and seamlessly integrates with PowerScribe, RadWhere, and other third party applications.

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