Medicalis has been able to deliver its enterprise integrated workflow platform to multiple IDNs, allowing these rapidly growing systems to provide continuous, seamless workflow
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) December 01, 2014
Medicalis, a leading developer of Enterprise Workflow solutions, announced at the Radiology Society of North America (RSNA), being held November 30 – December 4, 2014, that the company has seen continued significant adoption through 2014. Some of the more recent IDN clients include WellSpan, MedStar, MD Anderson, UCLA and Providence Health, among others.
Medicalis has been able to deliver its enterprise integrated workflow platform to multiple IDNs, allowing these rapidly growing systems to provide continuous, seamless workflow, physician and patient experience across multiple sites, EMRs and PACS systems from assorted vendors. This is allowing IDNs to build their affiliated and non-affiliated networks for the future of healthcare delivery.
"In one urban environment, we have a leading academic medical center which can now seamlessly provide continuity of clinical services for county hospitals within its metropolitan area resource pool,” said Oran Muduroglu, president and CEO of Medicalis. “This enables patients to be triaged to the right point of care with few constraints normally realized by the diversity of PACS, EMR and security protocols across these systems.”
Medicalis delivers an enterprise-integrated platform for Integrated Delivery Networks (IDN), which automates and manages processes while increasing productivity. It also improves physician engagement and drives clinical collaboration within and beyond its imaging business. The Medicalis platform includes Enterprise Worklist, Decision Support and Referral Management.
The Enterprise Worklist for the integrated enterprise creates a continuous worklist across all sites with varied PACS, EMRs and specialized workstations. It optimally manages credentialing, sub-specialization, peer review and critical results. It provides automated compliance with SLAs and enterprise business intelligence, resulting in increased productivity, quality and strategic alignment within the IDN.
The evidence-based clinical Decision Support Solution, through its content partnership with ACRSelect, integrates with all leading EMR/CPOE systems. Its comprehensive capabilities minimize the EMR build process and provides the most flexible, extensible, and configurable platform to meet the new CMS Federal mandate requiring decision-support on all Medicare high-tech procedures beginning in 2017.
Patient leakage is significantly reduced with the Medicalis Referral Management Solution. It allows physicians and patients to directly schedule appointments with specialists, such as radiologists. By providing a seamless online referral and appointment process, patients will tend to stay within the organization and keep the appointments. This helps to stop patient leakage, maximize appointment capacity and increase market share.
“Medicalis has had another great year with the expansion of its Enterprise Platform, that integrates the longitudinal delivery of radiology across Integrated Delivery Networks,” said Muduroglu.. “Between Mediclais¹ Enterprise Worklist and other company platform components, 50 percent of the top 30 IDNs have chosen Medicalis as a solution partner for today’s predominantly fee for service care while anticipating the future of value based care. ”
Medicalis, headquartered in San Francisco, was founded in in partnership with Brigham and Women’s Hospital. The company provides enterprise workflow solutions that reduce leakage, and increase productivity in the delivery of high value care for integrated delivery systems. 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.