Technology | October 19, 2008

Vision Series RIS Drives Productivity

AMICAS offers a return on investment image and information management solution suite, which not only includes RIS and PACS but additional data management solutions.

Vision Series RIS, which drives administrative staff productivity and revenue opportunities. This ambulatory RIS solution offers robust scheduling, charge capture and workflow capabilities.

Vision Series PACS, which drives clinical staff productivity with a reportedly low total cost of ownership. This completely Web-based PACS offers personalized workflow via the exclusive RealTime Worklist, which provides a customizable paperless patient routing and internal communication system.

Vision Reach, which allows radiology practices and departments to provide unparalleled service to referring physicians. This new zero install solution uses common e-mail and secure messaging to deliver images, reports, and information to any e-mail-enabled device via a secure Web-based portal. Vision Reach also provides referring physicians with the ability to request orders for new studies via the new order entry module.

RadStream, which can help reduce medical-legal risk by automating and documenting critical results communications. RadStream also helps automate the prioritization of imaging exams based on a "most likely to interrupt" method, which has been shown to dramatically increase radiologist productivity.

Insight Dashboards, which is a Web-based business intelligence platform, provides access to customized, near real time, easy-to-read data for key performance metrics and indicators, including both clinical and operational factors. This solution provides leadership with excellent visibility into operations.

AMICAS, Insight Dashboards, Vision Series, RadStream, RealTime Worklist, and Vision Reach are trademarks or registered trademarks of AMICAS, Inc. All other company and trademark names are the property of their respective owners.

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