When your medical organization researched and then purchased a radiological information system solution to implement at your facility, you may have done so with the idea that you would be helping your staff work more efficiently and take better care of patients. It may not have been immediately obvious that you can use such software solutions to connect with another medical practice. Now that more practices and other healthcare providers are going online and using software solutions that involve communicating over safe and secure networks, owners and managers of radiological practices are coming to see that it is beneficial to connect their RIS software with the referring physician’s EHR software.
Whether the radiological practice that you manage is fairly established or is relatively new to the area where you are providing service, it pays to take advantage of the latest developments in software solutions. Radiology can often involve large amounts of data, especially when you consider the file sizes required for processing, analyzing, and storing digital records such as X-rays and other scans. In addition, staff members have unique types of information to address in the course of evaluating, diagnosing, and treating patients.
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If you’re not maximizing the number of patients you can see every day as well as the number of referrals that your facility sees on a regular basis, you are doing a disservice to your radiological practice. Taking advantage of the latest developments in software solutions will definitely help a health services provider work more efficiently. Many medical practices use electronic health record software to keep track of their patients’ clinical and medical details and to interact with insurance entities more effectively. However, standard EHR applications are not the most suitable approach when you have a specialty to support. Read on for details about how radiology-specific software can maximize your revenue and keep referrers referring patients to your practice.
When you manage or own a radiology practice, you are aware of the importance of making sure your staff has access to the latest tools, including hardware and software solutions designed to make work easier. If it’s been a while since your team has evaluated the radiological information system software that you’ve been using, read on to see how implementing an updated RIS will change your radiology practice and your referrers’ practices, as well.
Here is a sneak peek into our whitepaper, "3 Vital Things You Should Know About RIS Software." The Digital Convience of Transcription Radiology practices need to operate as efficiently as possible. One way to do that is through the RIS’ scheduler. Today, a RIS scheduler needs to be used for much more than simply scheduling patients. It should be comprehensive enough to manage workflow throughout the practice, helping to keep things moving and identify where / when bottlenecks occur so that administrators can address and minimize, if not completely eliminate them.
Here is a sneak peek into our whitepaper, "3 Vital Things You Should Know About RIS Software." How The Right Software Gets You Every Dollar, For Every Exam Radiology practices need to use the right software to help ensure they get every dollar that is rightfully theirs for every exam. In an era of Medicare cuts, radiology practices are often seeing lower revenues. With a tight economy, radiology practices need to maximize their profits using every possible advantage.
As a busy manager or owner of a thriving radiology practice, you have likely determined that using an old-fashioned paper-based system is hindering the success of your operations. However, being busy can make it difficult for team leaders to prioritize tasks such as the implementation of a new software system in the office. You don’t want to procrastinate when it comes to researching and purchasing Radiology Information Systems software, as well as getting your staff trained and accustomed to using it on a regular basis. Read on to learn why it’s time for you to prioritize your RIS software.
Here is a sneak peek into our whitepaper, "3 Vital Things You Should Know About RIS Software." 1. Connecting Your RIS Software to Your Referring Physicians' EHR/EMR Software Radiology practices will benefit immediately by using RIS/EDI software for such tasks as billing, management reporting, and scheduling patients. Modern RIS applications can do much more, however.
With the advent of increasingly inexpensive computer systems and cheaper data storage systems, radiology practices are able to work faster and more efficiently thanks to Radiology Information Systems software. Whether you are new to using RIS software or have integrated it into your practice and already have some experience, there are always new things to learn to get the most out of the application. Here are eight quick tips for using RIS software that you and your team will find beneficial.
Here is a sneak peek into our whitepaper, "RIS Success Stories: High-Volume Radiology Practice at Leading Edge of Patient Payment Collections by Leveraging Unique Flexibilities of ADS Software." ADS Workflow: Tracking & Managing Each Stage of the Patient Visit Using the ADS Scheduler module, a staff member assigns an appointment time to the patient and reserves the proper equipment room for each procedure. The real magic happens on the day of the appointment within the ADS Workflow module.