Breast Center Reports: 7 Key Measures You Should Be Tracking

Breast centers face many challenges in the day-to-day of providing excellent patient care; adhering to regulatory and accreditation requirements; and turning a profit all at the same time. Within all of these dynamics lie two critical components to getting it done: Generating effective breast center reports. Doing so in the most efficient manner possible. Here, […]

Patient Portals: How They Can Benefit Breast Centers and Their Patients

Consumer adoption of digital health applications such as patient portals has been on the rise ever since the 2009 HITECH (Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health) Act opened the door to giving patients more access to their electronic health information. Although portal use was a bit sluggish in the early years, adoption has […]

Top 5 Reasons Academic Hospitals Choose MagView

Academic medical centers face an array of challenges in today’s demanding healthcare environment. Balancing the priorities of patient care and resident training often requires the use of effective technology solutions that support both—such as a cutting-edge mammography reporting system to optimize breast imaging needs. To meet these needs, many academic hospitals choose MagView. The following […]

Study: Breast Density Knowledge Gaps Exist Among Radiology Providers

When it comes to breast cancer risk, breast density is a known factor that can increase the difficulty of detecting an abnormality. For this reason, 38 states and the District of Columbia currently require some type of breast density notification after a mammogram. There is also legislation in the works to enact similar dense breast […]

Patient COVID-19 Vaccination Status Important for Breast Imagers to Obtain

A recent article published by Diagnostic Imaging highlights four cases of patients presenting with seemingly telltale indicators of breast cancer. The study, published in Clinical Imaging, reviews these cases and explains how the vaccine caused the appearance of new unilateral axillary adenopathies in the patients. Hyperplastic axillary lymph nodes are a common response to a […]

Five Ways Breast Imaging Centers Can Increase Their Patient Return Rate

A common challenge for breast imaging centers is finding an effective strategy to get patients to return for their annual mammograms and follow-up appointments. Of course, the primary concern is about optimizing patient health—especially for those with high BI-RADS scores who may require biopsy and/or need short-term follow up. But another priority is to ensure […]

Crozer Health Implements MagView to Assist in Development of High-Risk Breast Program

Crozer Health has implemented the MagView Mammography Information System (MIS) to support the launch of its new High-Risk Breast Program and to automate breast imaging patient tracking processes. MagView’s integrated risk assessment tools, including a built-in Tyrer-Cuzick risk calculator, reduces the time needed to generate a risk score for every patient, which dramatically increases efficiency […]

MagView Becomes First Vendor to Submit NQMBC 2.0 Measures Electronically

FULTON, MD — MagView has become the first vendor certified to electronically submit calculated data to the National Quality Measures for Breast Centers (NQMBC) program.  MagView provides breast centers with a push-button solution for NQMBC accreditation. The NQMBC is a voluntary quality program developed by the National Consortium of Breast Centers (NCBC). Participating facilities submit […]

MagView Tablet and TechPad Transform the Workflow at CoxHealth Breast Care Clinic

In 2017, CoxHealth was looking for a Mammography Information System solution that could keep up with the increasing volume of their breast imaging centers. Their former Mammography Information System vendor was not able to streamline their workflow to keep pace with their continued growth. They turned to MagView to provide a complete solution that empowered […]

The New Normal: Collecting Patient History Online

As breast imaging centers start to resume screening procedures in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, team leaders are looking for ways to keep their patients safe and reduce potential exposure. How can services like screening mammography reduce the patient’s time in the waiting room while not cutting back on necessary paperwork and data collection? […]