Whether submitting data for your audit or applying for a Breast Center of Excellence accreditation, you can rely on MagView to provide simple and straightforward reports for your team. Our partnership with the ACR, NCoBC, NMD, and other organizations grants you access to the most updated and accurate accreditation reports available.
Our program is built on the BI-RADS atlas, ensuring your readers are using the most up-to-date industry standards for reporting compliance. We also provide metrics and measures to ensure every reader is staying compliant with the current standards. Our relationship with the ACR allows us to keep ahead of the curve for all upcoming developments and changes in the breast imaging environment.
More than half the states in the U.S. have adopted some form of breast tissue density legislation requiring notification to patients and referring physicians alike. Our letters and finding reports have this capability built in already, and they can be configured specifically to your state’s protocol. Whether your state has this requirement already, or is looking to add it in the future, MagView has a solution already included.
With the increase in concern surrounding breast density, many tools are now on the market that allow mammography studies to have a volumetric breast density automatically calculated for each study. MagView integrates with all the major breast density vendors, such as Hologic, Volpara, and iCAD.
MagView keeps up to date on the ever-changing requirements and data submission outlets. You can submit your data immediately and securely for NRDR, NMD v3.0, GRID, LCRS, and PQRS/MIPS. You are likely collecting this data already, so we make the submission process simple and efficient.
Our relationship as a vendor partner with the NCoBC allows us to keep on top of changes to the requirements and measures they collect. Your input into these measures and our direct link to their analysts allow for a collaborative environment for both the facility and the Consortium.
Facilities are required to review images for quality improvement via the EQUIP initiative. MagView has you covered with the EQUIP module. This allows radiologists to review a sampling of images quickly and efficiently, and it provides immediate feedback for technologists to review their technique.
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
Thank you for your patience and your willingness to work with us as we create a tool that will enable us to capture all the good work our navigators are doing. As I mentioned during yesterday’s meeting, there aren’t data collection tools out there that will capture both outreach and navigation efforts – trust me, we looked! You took our vision and made it real!”
Anita McFarlane, NYU Langone
MagView keeps on top of the cyber-security world to ensure that your patient data is kept safe and secure from internal or external threats. We will work with your team to provide best practices for your database and system configuration. Our modules will constantly evolve to keep up with the latest trends in threat analysis and prevention.
MagView was among the first Mammography Information Systems to offer NMD 3.0 built into our base system. MagView is also equipped to support NMD submission using the newly updated standard. NMD is one of the three parts of the QCDR submission process for MIPS as well.
MIPS (Merit-based Incentive Payment System) is a value-based system that Medicare has moved to that will affect healthcare reimbursement moving forward, and everyone is affected by it. MagView has partnered with the ACR to bring you MIPS submission made easy using the ACR’s QCDR submission method to make your MACRA / MIPS submission a quick and easy experience.
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I would like to update everyone on the MagView go live last week at CoxHealth. CoxHealth actually moved their interfaces to production Friday, March 30th, but we went on-site last week from April 9-16. We took them live with MagView hybrid reporting, PowerScribe integration, workstation integration with both Sectra and Hologic, patient tablets, TechPad, risk … Continue reading Cox Health Go Live!read full post
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Implementing a new system always comes with challenges. At Baptist Health South Florida (BHSF), the scope was huge from the start. With 20 separate locations performing exams all over the state, they needed an enterprise system solution that could integrate seamlessly with multiple systems.read full post
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