Sponsored Content | Videos | PACS | January 08, 2017

Conserus Workflow Intelligence From McKesson Helps Improve Quality and Efficiency

A value based care mindset calls for a value based care toolset. Conserus Workflow Intelligence helps radiologists demonstrate their value to the rest of the enterprise. It’s a rules engine that helps you get information and tasks to the right people at the right time. With this automated solution in place, you can match demand to supply and use your available resources and talents most effectively.

This solution is flexible, configurable and vendor-neutral. It consolidates a radiologist’s entire set of everyday tasks into a dynamic worklist and uses up to 99 levels of priority to determine which ones should be read first. The user interface is color coded so users can easily see which studies are the most urgent. It’s also dynamic, so a study’s priority level automatically adjusts and it moves to the top of the list as it becomes more urgent. It can even be configured to send alerts if studies aren’t read within your defined time period. It helps you close communication loops between departments and facilities

Whether your healthcare system involves one facility with a single PACS, or is a complex, distributed environment, Conserus Workflow Intelligence can help you make impactful, measurable improvements in areas like turnaround times and case prioritization. And once you’ve measured your progress, you can easily reconfigure your rules so your workflows can get more efficient.

Conserus Workflow Intelligence helps you improve quality and efficiency, all within your regular PACS workflow. To learn more about how it can help you improve communication and turnaround times in your health system, watch this brief video. 

A value based care mindset calls for a value based care toolset. Conserus Workflow Intelligence helps radiologists demonstrate their value to the rest of the enterprise. It’s a rules engine that helps you get information and tasks to the right people at the right time. With this automated solution in place, you can match demand to supply and use your available resources and talents most effectively.

This solution is flexible, configurable and vendor-neutral. It consolidates a radiologist’s entire set of everyday tasks into a dynamic worklist and uses up to 99 levels of priority to determine which ones should be read first. The user interface is color coded so users can easily see which studies are the most urgent. It’s also dynamic, so a study’s priority level automatically adjusts and it moves to the top of the list as it becomes more urgent. It can even be configured to send alerts if studies aren’t read within your defined time period. It helps you close communication loops between departments and facilities

Whether your healthcare system involves one facility with a single PACS, or is a complex, distributed environment, Conserus Workflow Intelligence can help you make impactful, measurable improvements in areas like turnaround times and case prioritization. And once you’ve measured your progress, you can easily reconfigure your rules so your workflows can get more efficient.

Conserus Workflow Intelligence helps you improve quality and efficiency, all within your regular PACS workflow. To learn more about how it can help you improve communication and turnaround times in your health system, watch this brief video. 

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