News | Analytics Software | March 08, 2018

Vitrea Intelligence Enables Imaging Queensland Network to Optimize Operations

The enterprise analytics solution provides next-generation analytics and new capability to combine RIS and PACS data

 

Vitrea Intelligence Enables Imaging Queensland Network to Optimize Operations

March 8, 2018 – Vital Images announced that its enterprise analytics solution, Vitrea Intelligence, will be deployed at Imaging Queensland, a premier imaging network in Australia. Deployment is scheduled for the second quarter of 2018. Vitrea Intelligence comprises Opportunity Navigator predictive analytics and Practice Management business intelligence.

According to Imaging Queensland’s Chief Finance and Commercial Operations Officer Helen Stevens, the decision to implement Vitrea Intelligence was based on three key factors. These include its ability to help maximize operational efficiency, its capability of combining RIS and PACS data into single longitudinal record, and the radiology group’s long-standing relationship with Vital Images and Canon Medical Systems.

“This enterprise analytics solution allows us to optimize our business throughout the region,” said Stevens. “Our international staff will have the same level of web-based access as our staff at headquarters in Maroochydore, Queensland. Vitrea Intelligence enables us to analyze our business and manage it proactively based on real-time data from RIS and PACS.”

Vitrea Intelligence brings operational insight to imaging workflow, providing Imaging Queensland with a perspective on their business they’ve never had before. “With its unique ability to leverage HL7 data and DICOM metadata simultaneously, Vitrea Intelligence provides a single, longitudinal record of the patient encounter,” said Vital’s Product Marketing Manager Geoff Clemmons. “From physician order to exam completion, and from scheduling metrics to equipment utilization rate, our enterprise analytics solution tells the story behind the data, revealing opportunities to optimize workflows and staffing levels, manage assets, improve the patient experience and better manage referrer relationships.”

For more information: www.vitalimages.com

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