Technology | January 26, 2015

Zotec Partners Introduces New Zotec Analytical Reporting Interface for Radiologists

Technology transforms complex algorithms into meaningful narrative

January 26, 2015 — Zotec Partners announced a new technology platform for radiologists: Zotec Analytical Reporting Interface (ZARi).

ZARi allows radiology practices to mine big data in order to yield historical experience, complex analytics and business intuition. It extracts complex algorithms from a radiology practice’s data on a monthly and quarterly basis and transforms them into easy-to-read summaries. The narrative that ZARi produces ultimately gives radiologists answers to their important business questions, delivering advice and insight in a precise, clear narrative format.

Zotec’s Director of Business Intelligence, Jeff Maze, said, “With ZARi, radiologists now have the opportunity to not only view their data in numerical charts and graphs, but to also read about the financial health of their business in simple, coherent text.”

ZARi extracts its data from the Comprehensive Zotec Analytics & Reporting (CZAR), a sophisticated analytical tool that works 24 hours a day, seven days a week and 365 days a year to actively monitor the entire revenue cycle of a radiology practice.

For more information: www.zotecpartners.com

 

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