Technology | September 21, 2009

SeeMyRadiology.com Shows Radiologists Benefits from Universal Worklists

At RSNA 2009, Accelarad will use SeeMyRadiology.com to show radiologists benefits from universal worklists combining exams from multiple locations. The application can automate sophisticated offsite reading workflow, with radiologist receiving appropriate data for subspecialty reading immediately and automatically.

SeeMyRadiology.com’s CloudPACS™ image interpretation tool set includes sophisticated viewers for all imaging specialties as well as embedded dictation, transcription with voice recognition, template reporting and management reporting tools. It also enables immediate viewing of prior exams acquired in multiple locations.

Across the enterprise, SeeMyRadiology.com supports image sharing among disparate departments and locations as well as provides access to images beyond the enterprise, meeting a crucial need in the OT, ER and other acute care settings. Using the enhanced SeeMyRadiology.com platform, hospitals can convert problems of costly and cumbersome image exchange, CD handling and external physician image access into revenue-generating services. This is all accomplished without compromising the hospital PACS network or burdening IT.

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