Your patients rely on you to remind them of their appointments, recall them for follow-up, and inform their results in a timely fashion. How confident are you that your current system is up to the task? MagView has over 27 years’ experience as the first and leading provider of mammography tracking software. We have the tools to fit your facility’s needs, from system reports to portals and beyond.
With the Pathology Interface, your patients’ pathology reports are entered into MagView immediately upon creation. We can interface with almost every pathology system available, provided they can communicate via HL7 or file-drop. You can customize your interface from a basic to extraction version, depending on the format they are sent. Either option saves your team a lot of time and avoids common data entry errors.
MagView provides multiple ways of tracking your patients, from built-in system reports to a paperless tracking worklist. With our mammography tracking software, you can send up to three recall letters to bring your patients back in, and for those who already scheduled their appointment, you can send reminder letters or even a text.
You may confidently say that all patients are being tracked properly. But, can you show this to your auditor upon request? MagView can provide answers to all tracking and follow-up questions during your annual audit, including Contact reports, outcome statistics, and follow-up logs.
The MagView Portal is an essential tool for rapid communication of results, both to your patients and referring physicians. You can configure the portal to send the final report to referrers as soon as it is signed. Your patients can also receive results once they are available rather than waiting for a mailed paper letter. Not only do you save on postage, but you reduce patient anxiety.
MagView was able to help us get a report modified for our new PACS vendor. They were professional, prompt in attention to our issues, and was able to get everything working correctly. They made the process much smoother. Thanks!
- Denise Navarette, Tucson Medical Center