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Improve clinical efficiency with cardiovascular structured reporting

May 18, 2021
Health IT

Select a solution that drives adoption
Organizations preparing to implement cardiovascular structured reporting should select a solution designed to help ensure high adoption. Primarily, a structured reporting solution should be clinically robust and easy to use. Any chosen solution should enhance patient care while improving clinical workflow efficiency.

Structured reporting can be a powerful tool that seamlessly supports the cardiologist’s workflow. A flexible solution will allow organizations to tailor the workflow to every site, facility, and procedure sub-type, and will grant the cardiovascular department the ability to easily adjust workflows as needed.

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Most importantly, a structured reporting solution must be able to receive and send data to the EHR in real time. Organizations should select a vendor that supports cross-launching the EHR and reporting system within the patient or study context, as this flexibility lets the organization decide which elements of its workflow will be driven by the CVIS and which by the reporting solution.

When implemented correctly, structured reporting has the potential to completely redefine standards of clinician data consumption and accuracy, raising the bar for an organization’s overall imaging ecosystem.

About the author: Archie Mayani is the vice president of product management for cloud solutions at Change Healthcare.

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