LungView provides several tools to ensure your patients are returning and receiving timely and accurate care. From automated letter generation to text messaging reminders, we have many solutions to aid your site in its mission.
LungView was designed to track outcomes and ensure the best possible quality of care for each patient. With follow-up tracking, recall letters, patient-care reports, and other built-in resources, you have the power at your fingertips to keep on top of every case, so you can focus on the patient and not the numbers.
You can send text messages to your scheduled patients to remind them of an upcoming appointment. Texts have shown a significant reduction in no-shows and an increase in annual revenue.
Patients can receive instantaneous notification of their results via email through this portal. This can function as a standalone or integrated with Epic, Cerner, and other RIS systems. This allows your facility to cut down on the rising cost of postage.
You can send finding reports to your referring physicians via email, cutting down on faxing costs and communication time. This enhances patient care turnaround times by enabling the RP to make decisions in real-time.
You can choose which measures and outcomes are most important, or use our best practice templates, to generate a real-time dashboard of current quality assurance measures. See your site or reader statistics immediately from anywhere in the world with web access.
LungView can take the workload of generating your letter batches and turn it into a simple automated process. You can walk in each morning to a batch of patient notification or recall letters already printed and waiting for distribution. If you want to save on postage, be sure to check out our patient portal as well.
You can import pathology records as soon as they are created with the HL7-based pathology interface. Whether configured as a robust extraction or simple interface, LungView can automate this process, saving your users a ton of time importing information manually.
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