News | Electronic Medical Records (EMR) | August 27, 2019

Royal Solutions and ZipRad Partner to Tackle Order Entry and Pre-authorization

Referring physicians can now print imaging orders directly from their EHR

Royal Solutions and ZipRad Partner to Tackle Order Entry and Pre-authorization

August 27, 2019 — Medical data delivery company Royal Solutions has partnered with ZipRad to streamline imaging exam order entry. Referring physicians can now print orders directly from their electronic health record (EHR) without the need for faxing, expensive, resource-intensive HL7 implementations and without having to re-enter information into a different portal. 

According to ZipRad, the company’s three-step solution takes less than 60 seconds:

  1. Print order and supporting documents from the EHR directly into Royal Solutions using the ZipRad print driver
  2. Answer guided prior authorization questions specific to the requested study
  3. Transmit prior authorization request to payer or benefits manager

Staff can easily enter orders to reduce call backs from imaging centers for additional pre-authorization information. Now, by simply downloading a print driver, referring physicians can employ the ZipRad artificial intelligence engine and directly transmit orders into RoyalMD. 

ZipRad provides an elegant decision support engine to better ensure referring physicians provide the appropriate supporting notes, documents and clinical support for pre-authorization. Royal Solutions and ZipRad have also incorporated single sign-on capability and the ability to attach patient charts directly to orders in the Royal Solutions platform.

For more information: www.royalsolutionsgroup.com, www.ziprad.com

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