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RIS/PACS Adapter

A RIS can track a patient’s entire workflow within the radiology department; radiology providers can add images and reports to EHRs, where they can be retrieved and viewed by authorized radiology staff

A Radiology Information System is a sophisticated database system that radiology medical professionals use to keep track of patient data and the enormous image files typically generated in the course of diagnosis and treatment. A RIS is a special kind of electronic health record or EHR system designed specifically for use in radiology. You use it to manipulate as well as distribute patient data.

Features

Patient management

A RIS can track a patient’s entire workflow within the radiology department; radiology providers can add images and reports to EHRs, where they can be retrieved and viewed by authorized radiology staff.

Scheduling

The RIS allows staff to make appointments for both inpatients and outpatients.

Patient tracking

Using a RIS system, providers can track a patient’s entire radiology history from admission to discharge and coordinate the history with past, present and future appointments.

Image tracking

Traditionally, radiology providers use RIS to track individual films and their associated data. But as EHRs have become standard across the healthcare industry and digitized images and PACS have been widely adopted.

Results reporting

A RIS can generate statistical reports for a single patient, group of patients or particular procedures.

Billing

RIS systems provide detailed financial record-keeping and process electronic payments and automated claims, though these functions are becoming incorporated into medical organizations’ overall EHR systems.

Benefits

Faster Payments

A chief benefit of a RIS is that you can use it to verify insurance before a patient visit. The electronic payments you are now capable of receiving means that you get paid faster.

Better communication

It’s important to consider the medical professionals outside of your office who may need to be involved in a patient’s care.

Improve efficiency

It’s much faster to find, input, and create reports from patient data when the records are computerized.

Meet MACRA requirements

With a RIS, you get MACRA dashboards that will ensure that you’re meeting the reporting requirements for MACRA.

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