MagView Luminary – Breast Centers of the Future
Patient experience is a key component of clinical quality, and a focus point for breast centers of the future. The MagView patient experience helps you promote patient touch points and enhance patient perception throughout the continuum of care.
MagView Luminary offers streamlined design and other features that promote the most efficient radiologist workflow. This allows the radiologists to spend less time processing data and focus their attention on image interpretation.
Automated patient tracking ensuring that each patient recieves appropriate follow-up care.
Flexible follow-up worklists create effecient tracking workflow.
Advanced risk assessment and tracking allows you to effectively manage high risk patients.
Automated communication with patient status engages referring physicians.
Detailed and actionable quality assurance measures lead to improved performance
Real time review of outcomes engages staff and builds confidence.
Automated letter generation creates reliable letter streams Integrated pathology information reduces errors and improves effeciency
Automated Clarity reports deliver reliable feedback
Reports, metrics and insight are generated in the background, and delivered to your inbox
User defined reporting engine delivers the power of any query
Dashboard metrics show your performance relative to goals
Configurable notification, warnings and alerts tell you when goals are missed or action is needed
Group dashboard allows key measures to be shared throughout the enterprise
Complete MQSA and ACR compliance
Satisfies all State breast density requirements
Participate in the ACR’s NRDR, NMD v3.0, GRID, LCRS, and PQRS/MIPS with data you are already collecting in MagView.
Report on NCoBC National Quality Measures for Breast Centers
Workflow solutions for EQUIP and other FDA and ACR programs
Fully HIPAA compliant
Check it out at www.magview.com/luminary
In response to the new FDA requirements, MagView has introduced the MagView EQUIP Module, which can help your facility comply with the new FDA requirements in the most efficient way. The EQUIP Module includes the following features:
The Image Review Worklist allows the radiologist to review sample images as required, document deficiencies and indicate required corrective action.
The Corrective Action Worklist allows the technologist to review films which have been selected by the radiologist for corrective action and document the appropriate corrective action.
The Compliance Report allows the lead interpreting physician to report on the image review and corrective action for a date range as required by the EQUIP program.
For more information about the EQUIP Module and how it can prevent your facility from receiving reimbursement penalties, please contact your account manager.
In 2015, CMS began applying a negative payment adjustment to individual providers and PQRS group practices who did not satisfactorily report data on quality measures for Medicare Part B Physician Fee Schedule (PFS) covered professional services in 2013. The payment penalty is comprised of a penalty of 2% based on non-participation, and an additional value modifier penalty of 4%.
“From the time the PQRS Module was installed, we were able to submit data within a couple of days. I was pleased to find that we were already collecting everything in MagView that was required.”
— Carol Kelley, Administrator
The MagView PQRS Module allows mammography practices to submit to the PQRS through the ACR, a Qualified Clinical Data Registry. MagView makes submitting to PQRS easy — we use data that is already being collected in the MagView system and automatically generate the applicable reports, which are electronically submitted to the ACR.
In order to ensure the best chance at optimal reimbursement, users can review each measure before it is submitted. Because it can be a confusing and complex process, a Project Manager is dedicated to walk users through the submission process and analyze measures that can be improved before submission.
Mercy Medical North Iowa was the first MagView customer to submit to the PQRS using MagView. Mercy Medical North Iowa expects to save approximately $200k–$300k in 2017 because of their PQRS submission.
For more information about the PQRS Module, contact your account manager.
The U.S. News and World Report’s Health division announced their 2015 Hospital Rankings. They looked at over 902 hospitals who treat adult cancers to rank the best in the country. These rankings took into account patient care, services and advanced technologies.
MagView would like to congratulate those customers who ranked highly in the report, and we are proud that 50% of the top 25 hospitals have chosen MagView solutions for their technology needs.
For more information about this list, please visit the U.S. News and World Report website: http://health.usnews.com/best-hospitals/rankings/cancer.
For more information about how MagView can augment your facility’s program, please visit our website at https://www.magview.com.