Technology | November 12, 2006

Scheduling, Delivery in New RIS 3.1 Improves Fusion RIS

Merge eMed has announced the release of Fusion RIS Version 3.1. This version improves upon Fusion RIS, now used as an integrated business and clinical workflow solution in more than 150 hospital-based and freestanding radiology imaging facilities.
Version 3.1 accelerates the solution’s productivity capabilities, with a deepened feature set that is closely aligned with real-world needs of today’s radiology practices. New features in this version include: a new Call Center Scheduler module, which features a high-performing, keyboard-driven scheduling process with flexible block scheduling capabilities; an updated Fusion Delivery Service, which reportedly speeds processing and improves consistency for printing and faxing of patient reports; mammography updates for compliance with the newest American College of Radiology (ACR) CR BI-RADS standards; and new RIS/PACS configuration for accommodating film in a PACS environment, and providing greater flexibility for the radiologists' reading process by offering both preferred local study reading with the available access to Image Channel streaming.

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