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M*Modal updates Fluency software
By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
November 29, 2012

Speech recognition and transcription technology developer M*Modal highlighted new features and partnership capabilities to its M*Modal Fluency for Image Reporting software at the 2012 RSNA meeting in Chicago.

New enhancements and partnerships include the following:

  • Patient summaries: Integration with M*Modal Catalyst for Radiology enables radiologists to get a dashboard view of all prior patient reports and information, organized by time and positive/negative findings, with a single click.
  • Physician feedback workflow: New analytics extract actionable clinical information from patient documentation, enabling radiologists to receive instant feedback and alerts based on report findings.
  • Automated critical finding alerts: Integration with the HIT Notifi Intelligent Communication Engine allows radiologists to communicate critical findings to referring physicians with a comprehensive audit trail for compliance reporting.
  • CT contrast data: Interfacing with Bayer Radiology & Interventional's Certegra informatics workstation ties CT contrast information directly to patient records, enhancing multimedia functionality by autopopulating, tracking, and monitoring CT contrast information in document fields.
  • Radiology dose monitoring: Through integration with eXposure by Radimetrics, 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 Reporting also provides integrated peer review and critical test result management (CTRM) systems.

RamSoft teams with M*Modal, November 8, 2012

M*Modal expands contract with Johns Hopkins, October 24, 2012

M*Modal taps new executive VP of sales, September 25, 2012

M*Modal acquisition is completed, August 20, 2012

Tender offer wraps up for M*Modal, August 15, 2012

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Last Updated hh 11/29/2012 4:00:34 PM

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