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M*Modal Launches Cloud-Based Version of AI-Powered Reporting Solution

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 26 Nov 2018
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M*Modal (Franklin, TN, USA), a provider of clinical documentation and Speech Understanding solutions, announced the availability of a cloud-based version of its radiology reporting solution at RSNA 2018.

M*Modal Fluency for Imaging helps radiologists capture the complete diagnostic interpretation with real-time clinical intelligence delivered within the reporting workflow for improved patient outcomes and physician satisfaction. The cloud-based version enables scalability with faster and easier access to deployment and maintenance of the M*Modal solution.

M*Modal is a healthcare technology provider of advanced clinical documentation solutions, enabling hospitals and physicians to enrich the content of patient electronic health records (EHR) for improved healthcare and comprehensive billing integrity. The company also provides advanced cloud-based Speech Understanding technology and data analytics that enable physicians and clinicians to include the context of their patient narratives into electronic health records in a single step, further enhancing their productivity and the cost-saving efficiency and quality of patient care at the point of care.

M*Modal Fluency for Imaging is designed to revitalize the radiologist’s documentation experience with superior overall performance, stability and usability of the reporting system that supports the faster creation of higher-quality reports. It includes real-time physician feedback with Computer-Assisted Physician Documentation (CAPD) that embeds contextually relevant insights directly in the reporting workflow in an effective but non-disruptive manner to improve patient care, quality and compliance.

It also includes productivity enhancements that are well integrated into the radiologist’s everyday reporting workflow, including Critical Test Results Management (CTRM), Peer Review, M*Modal Scout analytics, and third-party solutions for greater compliance and patient safety. Its open architecture enables interoperability with leading PACS, RIS, EHRs and existing clinical systems requiring no deep integration for ease and speed of deployment.

“We are excited to bring our radiology reporting solution to the cloud to deliver more scalability, reliability and affordability to our clients. This is a significant competitive advantage for us,” said Scott MacKenzie, CEO of M*Modal. “We continue to drive fast-paced innovation in speech, AI and cloud technologies so radiologists can work smarter not harder.”

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