Medicalis will showcase its three Collaborative Workflow Solutions at the 96th annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), Nov. 28 – Dec. 2, in Chicago (Booth 4050). In addition, Medicalis will demonstrate its federated enterprise workflow solution in collaboration with GE Healthcare, Philips Healthcare, Agfa Healthcare, Fujifilm Medical Systems, and Vital Images at the RSNA.
In the era of healthcare reform, healthcare reimbursement rates are under rapid and uncertain change, placing radiologists in a position of compensation pressure, heightened competition and increased government mandated quality reporting. Medicalis helps radiology providers to address these new challenges in three ways:
1. Professional solutions to optimize radiologists’ productivity and quality,
2. Operational solutions to maximize imaging device management, and
3. Utilization solutions to improve collaboration between providers and payers for optimal evidence-based ordering of imaging procedures.
“The Collaborative Workflow Solutions from Medicalis have made it very easy for our radiologists to share and load balance work efficiently, resulting in overall improvements to workflow and productivity at Inland Imaging,” said William Keyes, M.D., president, Inland Imaging. “With the professional solution, the work is distributed in a very fair, balanced and transparent way. In addition, reading studies from multiple locations is seamless. We all have access to the same workflow information, patient data and dictation solution regardless of the location, or the provider RIS or PACS solution.”
More about Medicalis’ Collaborative Workflow Solutions
Medicalis provides the first Collaborative Workflow Solutions that use evidence-based knowledge for quality driven, data-proven Radiology services. The solutions are designed to ensure that clinical evidence, appropriate imaging orders, the accuracy of reports and the timely delivery of critical results are addressed throughout the care cycle, and provide access to transparent dashboards for evaluating productivity and quality of care. The company’s professional solutions offer built-in quality modules for Peer Review Critical Finding and Critical Test Results Management that meet Joint Commission requirements and American College of Radiology (ACR) guidelines. In addition, the solutions enable providers to meet many of the radiology centric “Meaningful Use” criteria.
“Today, healthcare providers are required to reduce the cost of care while continually improving quality and performance,” said Oran Muduroglu, president and chief executive officer, Medicalis. “With our solutions, Radiology innovators have the platform they need to stay ahead of healthcare transformation. We enable organizations to track, monitor and measure key productivity goals that increase revenue and decrease costs. As a result, productivity and quality are significantly improved in today’s complex environment, preserving the delivery of high quality, high value patient-centric care.”
Medicalis has an extensive customer base in the U.S. and Canada with organizations such as Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Inland Imaging, Geisinger Health System, Marshfield Clinic, and the Minnesota Hospital Association.