M*Modal launches a cloud-based version of its AI-powered radiology reporting solution to deliver greater market value

Nov. 21, 2018

M*Modal, a provider of clinical documentation and Speech Understanding solutions, announced the availability of a cloud-based version of its proven 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.

Utilizing Microsoft Azure, M*Modal delivers a cloud-based version of M*Modal Fluency for Imaging to Aligned Imaging Solutions, a radiology company focused on X-rays.  M*Modal provides Aligned Imaging Solutions with the Company’s cloud-based imaging reporting solution to improve report quality and physician efficiency. With this cloud-hosted version from M*Modal, Aligned Imaging Solutions will also be able to deliver top-notch services and support radiologists at scale.

M*Modal Fluency for Imaging is designed to revitalize the radiologist’s documentation experience with 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.
  • 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 compliance and patient safety.
  • An open architecture that enables interoperability with leading PACS, RIS, EHRs, and existing clinical systems requiring no deep integration.

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