Medstreaming Introduces Release of Clinical Data Management Platform at RSNA

Increases Productivity of Numerous Clinical Workflows in the Acute Care and Ambulatory Settings

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Physician will no longer have to review hundreds of images and charts to manage patient care.

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) December 02, 2013

Medstreaming, a leading medical informatics company, announced the release of its Clinical Data Management platform (CDM) at the annual Radiology of North America (RSNA) congress being held December 1 – 5, 2013. The CDM is a revolutionary software solution which incorporates innovative technologies aimed at increasing the productivity of different clinical workflows in the acute care and ambulatory settings.

The CDM productivity workflow layer fuses data from a multitude of fragmented data sources such as EMR, PACS, imaging devices, and non-imaging devices. The CDM’s productivity workflow layer is designed to greatly enhance efficiencies in enterprise radiology, cardiology, and women’s health service lines as well as most sub-specialty, clinical workflows, in the ambulatory markets.

Through the CDM productivity workflow layer, the Medstreaming CDM platform structures data and creates specialty-based data models. The platform also supports data warehousing as well as big data analytics. This is accomplished with unique visual analytic technology that fully integrates medical imaging with structured data in one unified platform.

"Medstreaming CDM platform opens the door for the development of revolutionary analytic capabilities on the top of imaging and data fused from fragmented sources and put together in clinical data models,” said Wael Elseaidy, CEO of Medstreaming. “This is like the discovery of the microscope. Physicians, clinical researchers, and administrators will be empowered to slice and dice medical data, and view this information in ways that have never been done before, using visual analytics tools tailored for every clinical specialty."

As part of the CDM platform, Medstreaming is also introducing Graphic Fusion Workflow technology (GFW). GFW significantly reduces manual data entry by using the data models and repetitive patterns to automate many manual data entries. This represents a major leap in increasing workflow performance.

“Physicians will no longer have to review hundreds of images and charts to manage patient care,” said Elseaidy. “Medstreaming Clinical Data Management (CDM) will automatically construct an integrated workflow layer that fuses imaging and charting data in customized disease management views, significantly enhancing the speed and quality of the workflow.”

About Medstreaming

Many challenges confront the medical industry due to an extremely fragmented data management structure. To address this fragmentation, Medstreaming created a Specialty-Based Radiology, Vascular, Cardiovascular, and Women’s Health Workflow Application which functions as a “best of breed” performance layer in the inpatient workflow on top of inpatient electronic medical records (EMR). Using this clinical workflow expertise, Medstreaming has also developed the industry’s first “All in One” integrated platform application that runs as an outpatient EMR, image management & reporting, and practice management workflow solution. All Medstreaming solutions act as an aggregator for structuring clinical data which in turn creates powerful data service offerings for multi-purpose, web based, data mining and data analytics. Medstreaming is headquartered in Redmond, WA. For more information, visit http://www.medstreaming.com.
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