News | June 24, 2015

Radiology Partners Selects DoseMonitor for Radiation Dose Monitoring Solution

Single-server, browser-based software will help automate dose data collection and reporting across nationwide network

PHS Technologies, Radiology Partners, DoseMonitor, dose monitoring

June 24, 2015 - PHS Technologies Group LLC, a division of PACSHealth LLC, announced that Radiology Partners, the largest hospital-based radiology group in the United States, will begin offering PHS's DoseMonitor to monitor patient radiation exposure.

DoseMonitor is a single-server, browser-based software application that automates dose data collection and reporting. It fully integrates into a radiology information system (RIS), electronic medical record (EMR), and the American College of Radiology's Dose Index Registry, helping to eliminate time-consuming manual steps and reducing input errors. Facilities can accurately depict historical exposure and compare, aggregate, and interpret data from ionizing radiation sources for an individual patient, exam, or between diagnostic modalities in multiple facilities.

"Providing outstanding clinical value and service to our clients and patients is of utmost importance to Radiology Partners. To do so, we are investing in state-of-the-art clinical, operational and technology resources, including this collaboration with PHS to offer DoseMonitor," said Anthony Gabriel, M.D., COO of Radiology Partners. "We will utilize DoseMonitor's innovative technology to track, report and manage radiation dose levels for our clients across the country in order to help achieve our patient care goals."

For more information: www.dosemonitor.com

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