Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) November 21, 2013
ImagingElements, a provider of cloud based Meaningful Use solutions for Radiologists has integrated its Meaningful Use platform with the Radisphere cloud based radiology technology platform. The combined solutions are collecting Meaningful Use data from patients at more than 100 Radisphere hospital and health system facilities spread across 28 states.
“In addition to the significant incentives available for our national subspecialty group, Meaningful Use is a core component of our strategic focus for using technology to improve patient care and quality in radiology,” said Josh Sens, Vice President of Service Operations for Radisphere. “Imaging Elements brought the right mix of technology and expertise to assist us in our complex environment.”
“Radisphere presented some unique challenges due to their size and service delivery model,” said Bob Cooke, CEO of ImagingElements. “The fact that its national subspecialty practice can participate in Meaningful Use is a tremendous endorsement of our approach, and proof that any practice, in any setting can successfully participate in the Meaningful Use program.”
Radisphere began a Meaningful Use incentive reporting in October 2013 using ImagingElements ElementMU platform.
Radisphere is a leading provider of cloud based services that enable standards-based radiology across health systems. The company’s objective is to eliminate errors, waste and variation in diagnostic imaging. Combining proprietary technology, knowledge, and services with unprecedented scale and transparency in the delivery model, Radisphere is proving every day that better radiology performance can improve patient care and bend the cost curve. For more information, visit RadisphereRadiology.com.
ImagingElements is a Medical Imaging company that delivers a complete service to allow Radiologists to achieve Meaningful Use incentives and foster collaboration between Patient, Provider, and Radiologist. For more information, visit http://www.imagingelements.com.