Slash your report turnaround time from days to hours. Native voice recognition, RIS and PACS integration, single sign-on and structured, user-defined reports with embedded patient data combine to take the complexity and manual entry out of diagnostic reporting.
Accelerate turnaround time with user-defined templates, structured reports and embedded voice recognition.
Provide reading and reporting in a single workspace, with key images presented alongside patient details and analytical information.
Reduce costs and improve outcomes with one system that’s easy to deploy and train across multi-site, multi-vendor environments.
Essential Features & Benefits
Reporting from any place where images can be viewed with less work and fewer errors. Simple, structured native reports enables fast evaluation and quality reporting via access to priors with hyperlinks.
Multimedia reports, including key images and charts for a smart and intuitive hyperlink navigation enabling value-added communication with patients. No need for special drivers or third-party software, less integration and simpler deployment during upgrades.
Reduced need for CDs or DVDs, Secure access to and management of their own data with value added innovative patient services. Elimination of third-party dictation system costs for a quicker report turnaround, allowing better service to referring physicians and clinicians using a single system for ease of administration and training
The Interactive Multimedia Reporting Module, with embedded voice-recognition capability, can help cut your turnaround time to the bare minimum. It entirely eliminates the need for typing and entry of patient or clinical context. Exam data can be inserted directly into reports. This allows radiologists to quickly review and approve final reports, while adding clinical context for referring physicians.
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