M*Modal enhances Fluency for Imaging Reporting technology platform
Dec 10, 2012 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) --
M*Modal, a provider of clinical documentation solutions, has launched enhancements to its M*Modal Fluency for Imaging Reporting technology platform, providing radiologists and clinicians increased productivity and efficiency.
Featuring new integration partnerships and business intelligence capabilities, M*Modal's solution combines speech recognition technology, structured multimedia reporting and workflow management for fast and accurate diagnostic interpretations.
With a single click, radiologists get a dashboard view of all prior patient reports and information, organized by time and positive/negative findings. New analytics extract actionable clinical information from patient documentation to bring additional intelligence to the radiology workflow. Through integration with eXposure by Radimetrics, a provider of radiation dose monitoring and management software, M*Modal allows hospitals and imaging centers to automate dose reporting as part of the Fluency for Imaging Reporting workflow.
"M*Modal Fluency for Imaging is all about improving physician productivity by giving radiologists a single, highly integrated workflow and reporting tool," said Mike Raymer, M*Modal's senior vice president of solutions management. "These new features bring even greater accuracy, flexibility and simplicity to image reporting, so that radiologists can make more efficient and informed interpretations for referring physicians."
M*Modal Fluency for Imaging Reporting also provides integrated peer review and critical test result management (CTRM) solutions. This platform is part of the Fluency family of cloud-based applications, all of which electronically capture the patient story and automatically create the appropriate medical codes for reimbursement via M*Modal's Speech Understanding platform.
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