FORT LAUDERDALE, FL ― August 11, 2016 ― IDS, a leader in healthcare cloud computing and information management services, announced today that Doctors Imaging, a diagnostic imaging center in Metairie, Louisiana, has successfully implemented AbbaDox RIS as part of a broad range of practice management technology services IDS will provide to improve operational efficiency.
Owned by radiologist Edward Soll, M.D., Doctors Imaging sought a more responsive and powerful solution to improve scheduling, registration, office and administrative workflows, and enhance patients’ experience while calling to schedule an appointment. “The decision was an easy one when compared to the competition,” said CEO Shea Soll. “AbbaDox Cloud RIS offered many benefits over other RIS solutions on the market. Beyond sheer speed and ease of scheduling, the fact that IDS was willing to customize workflows to meet our specific needs was a bonus. Plus, the inherent compatibility with other applications that we needed such as DICOM image sharing, patient and physician portals, and referral marketing meant expanding operational functionality without the complexity and cost of integrating software systems from multiple vendors.”
As part of the implementation process, IDS customized the RIS in order to accommodate the radiologists’ Philips iSite PACS-driven workflow. By constructing a patient data summary display, IDS matched the specific functionalities so there was no change of behavior and or loss of productivity.
“We’re so pleased to bring Doctors Imaging on board,” said CEO Yaniv Dagan. “Our real-time cloud computing application services are a perfect match for Doctors Imaging’s desire to focus on responsive care by delivering timely results to their patients and physicians. We thrive on helping radiology practices improve their operations.”
In addition to providing MRI, CT, Ultrasound, X-ray and PET-CT Fusion services, the center offers Quantitative Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI) a new and advanced procedure for detecting both nerve damage in the brain associated with concussions and the early onset of Alzheimer’s Disease.