LungView 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.
You have the option to start or finish the report in PowerScribe 360, while still retaining the benefits of structured reporting elements from within LungView, such as patient history and technique statements. You then have the option to sign in either system based on the radiologist’s preference. This is very useful in dictating very complex cases and documenting a complex patient narrative.
You can create a report directly in LungView using VR software, Dragon Medical One. For sites that already have the Dragon licensing, or for users who insist on dictated reports only, this is an ideal solution that still allows you to create reports quickly and securely.
Imagine creating a complete finding report with just two clicks of a button. It is that simple with the screening keypad. We can configure the screening keypad to your site's specification to generate entire reports in a matter of seconds.
LungView can communicate with your PACS workstation in any environment. You can drive your workflow from the LungView or PACS worklist, and bring up the desired patients and images in a single or bi-directional workflow. This reduces the instances of reports being read on the wrong study, while saving the radiologists time.
LungView can prefetch your images from PACS overnight, saving your readers time and energy in having them ready for review in a rapid-paced environment.
Pulling images in advance is not always possible in certain workflows, but the LungView Live Retrieve module makes the process far more rapid and efficient.
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