Technology | November 21, 2012

UMEDEX’s Cloud Offers Efficiency, Savings

UMEDEX Inc.’s cloud-based radiology management services can make businesses more collaborative, efficient and profitable

From healthcare reforms to shrinking reimbursements to new payment models, challenges in the radiology industry are steadily increasing.  Add in new compliance requirements and the complexities of moving from ICD-9 to ICD-10, and radiology businesses realize it’s becoming imperative to operate at optimum levels at all times.


Diagnostic services and radiology practices find it hard to juggle different systems for clinical and operational workflow — not to mention the additional software, infrastructure, personnel and money needed to manage the businesses’ information and communication.

UMEDEX offers businesses a comprehensive cloud-based clinical and operational system. The product solution covers all aspects of diagnostic operations, including patient scheduling and registration, operations management, marketing and sales, technologist operations, clinical reporting, quality control, information technology and medical billing.

Available in modules, UMEDEX products provide users extensive flexibility and control so they can configure applications to match their workflow. The complete suite offers an integrated referral network, customizable resource management and remote monitoring of procedures, making it the best choice for professionals looking to build successful health-care operations.

UMEDEX’s range of tools make it easy for everyone in the continuum of care to collaborate within and among other health-care providers. And cloud-based collaboration helps run your operations efficiently and profitably.

UMEDEX offers OXYGEN Application Suite for Diagnostic Centers and Hospitals, OCTANE Application Suite for Mobile Health, OASIS Telemedicine Suite for Expert Physicians and AMRADNET Telemedicine Interpretation Services.

For more information: www.umedex.com

 

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