Poiesis Informatics Introduces Speech-Driven Diagnostic Reporting Tool as Part of Workflow Orchestration Suite

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Clinical documentation solution leverages industry-leading Speech Understanding™ by M*Modal.

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Fluency provides a clinical documentation and reporting solution that was developed specifically with the user in mind and an end-goal of producing substantial improvements in accuracy and quality of care

Poiesis Informatics, a developer of healthcare IT workflow solutions, today formally introduced Fluency™, a reporting and clinical documentation tool offered as part of the Poiesis Workflow Orchestration Suite. Comprised of a collection of modules designed to orchestrate an optimized workflow experience through rich interoperability of disparate healthcare systems, the vendor-neutral Orchestration Suite allows for the scaling of radiology groups across multi-site, multi-vendor environments with the authoring, productivity and communication tools that enable subspecialty, high-quality care.

Fluency provides users with sophisticated speech-driven reporting and clinical documentation capabilities by leveraging Speech Understanding™ by M*Modal. The advanced speech technology allows both self-editing and transcription-based workflow models, and works to improve accuracy by continually understanding context and adapting to speech patterns. Fluency goes beyond conventional documentation tools and data tagging to give doctors the insight they require to take actions that increase patient safety, promote continuity of care and reduce costs. Additional physician benefits rendered by the use of Fluency include:

  •     Uninterrupted physician workflow that promotes adoption and quick learning
  •     Improvements in turnaround time
  •     Automatic structured data output that drives pre-signature alerts and quality reporting
  •     Seamless integration with PACS and RIS
  •     Structured data populated into an EHR

“Fluency provides a clinical documentation and reporting solution that was developed specifically with the user in mind and an end-goal of producing substantial improvements in accuracy and quality of care,” said Claudine Martin, President of Poiesis Informatics. “With the integration of Speech Understanding™ technology, physicians will experience superior speech recognition combined with natural language understanding technologies to help them create higher quality, meaningful documents without interrupting their normal workflow.”

Formerly, as part of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center’s Radiology Informatics Department and working under the direction of Dr. Paul Chang, the Poiesis founding partners gained extensive experience in healthcare software development and professional services. Today, Poiesis provides a customized and optimized suite of products to a growing customer base that includes some of the country’s top hospitals and healthcare organizations including Kaiser Permanente Northern California, Henry Ford Health System, University of Chicago Medical Center and University of Mississippi Medical Center.

Poiesis will demonstrate the Fluency product and the complete Workflow Orchestration Suite at RSNA 2010, November 28 – December 3, at booth #7021.

About Poiesis Informatics
Pittsburgh, Pa-based Poiesis Informatics develops healthcare IT solutions that orchestrate an optimized workflow experience through rich interoperability of healthcare systems, resulting in measurable improvements in workplace efficiency and quality of care. Their solutions are currently implemented within some of the nation’s top hospitals, including Kaiser Permanente Northern California, Henry Ford Health System, University of Chicago Medical Center and University of Mississippi Medical Center. For more information, please visit http://www.poiesisinformatics.com.

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