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Compressus Drives Programmable Workflow And Unprecedented Flexibility With Introduction of MEDxConnect™ v4.0
Date:11/29/2011

ormance data and analytics for real-time tracking and actionable insight for future planning will result in patient care improvements and enhanced productivity, both of which lead to operational success and expansion capabilities.

Enhancing Compressus' commitment to improving patient safety, the new offering highlights IBM Initiate Patient, the gold standard in patient matching, integrated into the MEDxConnect platform.

Enhancements to improve patient matching will include probabilistic and cultural name matching, as well as configurable confidence thresholds and conflict resolution capabilities. 

"One of our primary goals when we implemented MEDxConnect in 2009, was to improve the quality of patient care by providing better and easier access to prior studies throughout the enterprise, which we have successfully accomplished," said Annette Simmons, IT manager and network administrator at Medical Imaging Northwest (MINW) in Puyallup, Wash.  "At the same time, we have been able to leverage this enhanced interoperability to grow our business through the seamless integration of new services with very little impact of our existing radiologists, their workflow or the ability to provide quick exam review and reporting.

"This next generation of MEDxConnect is as much about enhancing the capabilities of a good interoperability solution as it is about implementing flexibility to meet market demands 5-10 years down  the road," added Simmons.  "In addition to the ability to customize workflow internally, one of the most exciting features of v4.0 is the master patient identification powered by the IBM Initiate Patient software.  Not only do we anticipate this will improve the speed and accuracy of pre-fetch and priors, which becomes more challenging as we expand our reach to additional facilities, we also expect MEDxConnect 4.0 to improve overall workflow and expand our ability to support total patient care."

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