News | November 14, 2007

Philips RIS Created to Support Medical Industry, Management Methodologies

The Philips XIRIS radiology information system facilitates collaboration across the medical enterprise reportedly allowing the user to structure organization for communication across several departments. XIRIS automates the healthcare professionals’ tasks, including scheduling, organizing, reporting, tracking, dictating, transcribing and distributing detailed patient information into reports containing exam images. XIRIS is said to be the first enterprise radiology information system designed to support the medical industry and management methodologies.

XIRIS is a completely Web-based application designed to manage patient registration, scheduling, exam tracking, staff and resource management and the generation of reports and statistical information. XIRIS improves the productivity of your radiology practice with HIPAA compliant auditing logs and enhanced workflow tools to track all activities of your center. XIRIS can be integrated into a new or existing center via its own HL7 Broker or DICOM Worklist Manager. The system also shares information across multiple centers with Multi-center RIS-Backbone available in a variety of formats to fit your multi-center or enterprise model.

Company website: www.medical.philips.com

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