News | PACS Accessories | April 26, 2017

RamSoft to Demonstrate Revenue-Increasing Products at RBMA PaRADigm 2017

Tools featured at annual conference of radiology business professionals include Universal Worklist, Patient+, Availity Authorizations and Availity Patient Access

April 26, 2017 — RamSoft recently announced their plan to demonstrate four new products at the 2017 Radiology Business Management Assoication (RBMA) PaRADigm annual meeting, April 23-26 in Chicago. The new products — including Universal Worklist, Patient+, Availity Authorizations and Availity Patient Access — are available within RamSoft’s PowerServer RIS/PACS (radiology information system/picture archiving and communication system), PACS and Tele Plus. They are designed to streamline workflow to improve patient care, maximize productivity, strengthen relationships with referrers and increase revenue.

When reviewing studies from multiple sites, RamSoft’s Universal Worklist simplifies workflow by consolidating study information to a single worklist, eliminating the need to switch between different PACS and RIS systems. This streamlines radiology workflow and in-turn saves valuable time and money, while keeping physicians content with quick turnaround times.

Patient+ is a robust set of solutions designed to increase patient referrals. It includes Direct Messaging, which facilitates secure communication between referrers and the radiologist; RapidResults, a zero-footprint, clinical image and report viewing app that conveniently enables physicians to view images and reports from any browser-capable device with just one-click from virtually any electronic medical record (EMR); and Microsoft HealthVault, which simplifies report management by sending reports to patients’ Microsoft HealthVault accounts.

Availity Authorizations automates the prior authorization process, dramatically reducing it from days to minutes. It automatically checks eligibility and benefits, and submits authorizations in real-time to reduce costs and increase productivity.

Availity Patient Access optimizes collections workflow by verifying patient and payer coverage information, processing payments and more. This solution ensures that each patient account is resolved at the point of service.

For more information: www.ramsoft.com

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