Cancer centers’ new radiology information system helps streamline clinical workflow

Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers of Denver, Colo., recently installed Carestream’s newest generation of Vue RIS (radiology information system) to create a more streamlined clinical workflow that delivers most radiology reports within one to two hours to referring physicians. Urgent reports are delivered in as little as 10 to 15 minutes.

“Referring physicians appreciate our ability to deliver reports quickly. This equips them to talk to patients about diagnostic and treatment options in a timely manner, which may help reduce a patient’s anxiety,” said Elaine McDonald, the group’s Director of Imaging Services.

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