Wednesday, November 16, 2011

medQ's Announcements for RSNA 2011

It is RSNA time again, and medQ is very excited about the future of imaging and our new applications that will be on display at the show.
We are very pleased to be introducing major additions to our imaging portfolio, designed to meet the needs of today’s ever changing imaging business.

First, we are launching our Q/ris Radiology EHR.  This will be an add-on and fully integrated into our current Q/ris 3000 platform.  It is designed to be fully compliant with the Meaningful Use requirements.  We will begin Beta testing in 2011. We expect modular certification (gives us the capability to send the required information to facilities/hospitals and referring physicians with an EHR the capability) by YE 2011 and full certification in 2012.  General availability will be in the 1st Quarter 2012.

Second, our Q/ris Critical Test Results Management V2.0 will be available in the 4th Qtr 2011.  This is a major upgrade to our current CTRM offering.  With the Q/ris CTRM V2.0, radiologists will be able improve the identification, triage and results communication protocol to the ordering physician, as well as establish an effective delivery verification documentation and auditing process.  Fully automated and embedded in the Q/ris 3000 dictation software, radiologists will be able to assess the severity of the diagnosis and quickly contact the ordering physician to notify of the condition.  A positive confirmation methodology tracks this process from start to finish and logs all attempts until notification is confirmed.  

Stop by and see us, South Bldg, Booth# 5500 for a live demonstration of our complete workflow solution.  Or, call and set up an appointment 800-597-6330 ext 225.  Visit our new website for more information.
Have a great RSNA………

John Norman
CEO, medQ, Inc.

medQ's Specialties:
Q/ris 3000, Integrated Patient Reporting, Ordering and Scheduling, Mammography Tracking, Billing, Critical Test Results Management (CTRM), Physician’s Web Portal, Reading Services Module, Mobile Imaging Workflow

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