The most sophisticated imaging technology. Detailed capture of patient data. Decades of clinical expertise. All leading to an accurate and timely diagnosis.

But if that diagnosis is not communicated, if it never reaches the intended physician, then little benefit is derived from advanced technology or medical skill.

Communicating results —  quickly and accurately — is key to positive outcomes. The Joint Commission asserted as much:

“Improve staff communication” is the #2 National Patient Safety Goal for 2013.

“RADAR has been the best add-on to date at IOC. This feature has made both speaking to a physician, as well as documentation of the conversation, easy and seamless. This program has really helped speed up my workflow.”
Dr. Franco Policaro, Medical Director
Imaging On Call

RADAR is the answer to that requirement. RADAR is a state-of-the-art Critical Test Results Management (CTRM) tool, developed by a radiologist, that bridges communication gaps by tracking notifications from creation through confirmation.

Easy, Secure Integration

call-email-textRADAR enables clinicians to bypass inefficient and error-prone layers of communication and reach ordering physicians directly, without workflow disruptions. Instead of lost faxes and drawn-out attempts to find the physician of record, one click within the existing workflow sends a text message, IM, phone call, or email when critical or unexpected results are known. Physician messages can include key images, critical notes, and results using Secure Web Services. The radiologist can even add an addendum directly to RADAR, which automatically updates the report.

A handshake protocol ensures that receipt of the finding is acknowledged. Best of all, RADAR works across disparate environments, so integration into any clinical system — RIS, PACS, EMR, LIS, HIS — is immediate and flexible.

RADAR continues communication until receipt of the message is acknowledged; it is closed-loop, fail-safe, and documented.  Referring physicians verify receipt via a web-based portal. A database of alerts documents all communications in all channels—text, email, IM, phone (with recorded voice for read-back proof). This is a key consideration as discussion of radiologist liability gains traction.

  • Avoid clinical communication lapses
  • Increase positive outcomes
  • Reduce insurance costs
  • Optimize your workflow
  • Automate patient follow-ups
  • Document compliance
  • Qualify for incentive programs
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