Improved efficiency and accuracy for General Ultrasound reporting
Digisonics provides automated structured reporting and image management for General Ultrasound. Digisonics handles all medical information formats, including DSR, HL7 and DICOM, allowing it to act as a nexus of control that governs all department workflows.
Within an imaging practice, Digisonics receives the HL7 Order after the patient checks-in, and automatically distributes patient registration data to each modality as the patient’s visit progresses, eliminating the tedious task of manually re-collecting the same information at each step – and saving the patient and sonographer much aggravation. After initial check-in, Digisonics creates a worklist for the sonographers and automatically updates the patient info on all associated ultrasound systems, in what has already become the genesis of the patient’s final report. As sonographers perform the exams, Digisonics autopopulates the biometry data and upon completion, immediately sends the results to the interpreting physician, who reads the study and finalizes the report electronically, in a standard format that is easily customizable to suit individual needs and typically eliminates the need for transcription and dictation. When everything has been completed to the physician’s satisfaction, he or she adds a digital signature and Digisonics instantly distributes the information to all interested clinical and administrative parties.
Departments employing Digisonics ultrasound solutions reporting solutions thereby save a phenomenal amount of labor, eliminate much of the risk inherent in error-prone human data input, and eliminate the need to hand-carry reports between technicians, physicians, and departments. Digisonics accelerates and improves the entire clinical process, allowing ultrasound practices to increase their caseload while simultaneously improving the quality of their patient care.
General Ultrasound Report Types
- Male Pelvis
- Female Pelvis
- Small Parts (Thyroid, Testicular, Breast)
- Soft Tissue
- U/S Guided Procedures