- New Branding Icons
- Fixed UI Rendering
With PowerScribe 360 | Mobile Radiologist, medical imaging professionals can use their smartphones or tablets to securely manage work lists, sign reports, and use speech to create new reports or addenda in PowerScribe 360 | Reporting. Search radiology-specific content to assist with a diagnosis and to securely sign reports in PowerScribe 360 | Reporting.
PowerScribe 360 | Mobile Radiologist delivers:
•Radiologist convenience and satisfaction
•Better access to clinical content from mobile devices
•Improved documentation TAT with anytime, anywhere report editing and signature
PowerScribe 360 | Reporting Sign Queue
PowerScribe 360 | Mobile Radiologist provides authorized users with secure access to their PowerScribe 360 | Reporting signature queue. Radiologists can easily view, edit, and securely sign off reports from the convenience of their mobile devices. Users can also launch Assisted Diagnosis from any term or phrase in a report.
PowerScribe 360 | Reporting Worklists
PowerScribe 360 | Mobile Radiologist provides authorized users with secure access to their PowerScribe 360 | Mobile Radiologist Worklists. Radiologists can view orders and reports that are present in a worklist that they belong to, and then select a particular record to edit and sign off, all from their mobile device.
PowerScribe 360 | Reporting Creation
PowerScribe 360 | Mobile Radiologist allows authorized users to create new reports for an unreported study from their mobile device. If a report has already been created and signed off, the user can create an addendum to add to the report.
With Assisted Diagnosis, radiologists can quickly access radiology-specific reference materials using their voice. Radiologists can look up medical terminology, find similar cases, access the latest medical research, and read top news stories in imaging.
Radiologists simply speak their search queries and get simultaneous results from a variety of top websites and medical content sources including:
•Google Books (Radiology, Imaging, and DDx reference literature)
- June 13, 2014 Initial release