Technology | December 10, 2014

Primordial Design, Merge Healthcare Partnership Adds Real-Time Reporting, Dashboards to Merge PACS

Users will be able to call up, filter reports down to the finest detail

December 10, 2014 — Merge Healthcare Inc. announced a strategic partnership with Primordial Design to integrate Primordial’s analytics suite, RadMetrix, with Merge PACS to provide real-time reporting and dashboards for radiology departments.

RadMetrix will receive data from multiple sources and integrate with the Merge picture archive and communication system (PACS) to provide a single view of imaging and operational data for actionable decision-making, enhancing productivity and workflow. The combined solution offers Merge clients a common universal workflow solution and provides them with access to data to drive improved productivity.

Users will also be able to:

  • Easily create reports;
  • Access a large variety of reports with advanced parameters, filters, conditions and data points; and
  • Drill down and filter reports for advanced data exploration such as how many studies a radiologist reads per day and how long it takes to read each exam.

 

For more information: www.merge.com

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