Our goal is to help ensure success today and readiness for the move from fee-for-service to value-based reimbursement.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) December 02, 2013
Medicalis, a provider of Value Driven Workflow, is showcasing the company’s upgraded Enterprise Worklist and Decision Support platform at the annual Radiology Society of North America (RSNA) conference being held in Chicago December 1 – 5, 2013. The company also reports record bookings growth at close to100 percent during 2013, as the healthcare environment begins to adapt to new reimbursement and integration models.
“Medicalis is coming to RSNA with its most successful year, with over nine million studies and multiple new health systems joining our Value Driven Workflow platform,” said Oran Muduroglu, president and CEO of Medicalis. “With these solutions, our goal is to help ensure success today and readiness for the move from fee-for-service to value-based reimbursement.”
According to Mudurolglu, this allows the appropriate radiologist insights to be present and help direct patient care beginning from the study order, to the selection of the imaging resources, to the final actionable sub-specialist interpretation, specifically answering the referring physician’s diagnostic question.
With the latest upgrade to the Medicalis Decision Support Solution, Medicalis is able to provide its full capabilities of integrated, targeted delivery, localization of content, process and policy control to the ACR Select content across the broad number of currently supported EMR/CPOE solutions.
The company will also be showcasing its enhanced Enterprise Worklist at RSNA. The upgraded Enterprise Worklist with Actionable Reporting® validates results in real time to reduce physician parroting, ensures fiscal and quality compliance and triggers critical findings while offering referring physicians streamlined radiology reports for rapid access. With a single Enterprise Worklist, every study across the enterprise and the information contained in the RIS or PACS is instantly available, leading to significantly increased efficiencies and helping to integrate the radiologist as a key component of the patient centric healthcare team.
“The radiologist and their function have become an important member of the provider team,” Keith Hentel, MD, executive vice chairman, Department of Radiology at New York-Presbyterian Hospital-Weill Cornell Medical Center. “The radiologist’s role has become more central and valued. Using Medicalis’ Value Driven Workflow solutions allows us to substantially impact our ability to provide the best care for our patients. This has ensured us that as reimbursement models evolve we’ll be able to continue providing our critical insights and support to our fellow physicians in the most efficient and effective manner.”
Medicalis is also showing its upgraded mobile applications extending the ability of a physician to participate in Medicalis’ workflow environment while untethered.
“The healthcare profession, and particularly radiology, is undergoing major changes,” said Muduroglu. “In order to deal with these significant changes, a seamlessly integrated software solution across the enterprise is essential. We believe our Value Driven Workflow software, featuring Decision Support, Actionable Reporting® and Enterprise Worklist solutions, provides the tools needed to be successful in this new environment.”
Medicalis, headquartered in San Francisco, was founded in 1999 in partnership with Brigham and Women’s Hospital. The company provides Value Driven clinical and workflow solutions that enable the delivery of higher quality care at a lower cost. Medicalis’ broad range of offerings empowers providers and physician groups to work collaboratively within a transparent system to efficiently improve quality and economic outcomes in healthcare delivery. The company has invested over $30M in the development of its integrated clinical workflow platform. For more information about Medicalis, please visit: http://www.medicalis.com.
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