Technology | Radiation Dose Management | July 13, 2016

RamSoft Introduces New CT Dose Module

Cloud-based system helps streamline exam reporting workflow, maintain Joint Commission compliance

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July 13, 2016 — RamSoft recently announced integration with Scannerside to introduce a new CT Dose Module. Through real-time radiation dose tracking, analytics and reporting, the module enables healthcare facilities to comply with computed tomography (CT) regulations, practice medical imaging more responsibly and improve patient safety measures.

According to RamSoft Clinical Applications Manager Luke Bideaux, the CT Dose Module is designed to maximize workflow automation while complying with Joint Commission requirements. The module is equipped with the capability to seamlessly pull information from CT dose report screens and bookmark the values right into the radiology report, saving time for the radiology staff and eliminating data entry errors.

The module is a 100 percent cloud-based system that allows users to evaluate usage protocols, compare rates against national averages, supply patients with easy-to-understand printouts, automate dose reports and streamline exam workflow.

For more information: www.ramsoft.com

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