RADAR Medical Systems
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Patient Communication
A familiar scenario: the patient arrives for a scheduled exam without having followed prep instructions. You spend administrative, clinical and time resources to reschedule. Or the patient forgets the appointment entirely, causing lost revenue and schedule disruptions.
You can proactively address such losses by using RADAR to call, email or text patients. Patients choose their preferred communication method, and engagement goes beyond appointment reminders. You can also tell them when to begin a fast, securely share lab results and even promote health education.
RADAR communications are dynamic. Not only can you send any type of information, in any preferred method, but our secure handshake protocol lets patients send back a response. This increases patient engagement—a plus for your schedule but also for the relationship.
By building follow-up management directly into the communication platform, RADAR stays in front of new developments in healthcare. Follow-up management is increasingly discussed as a hospital and radiologist responsibility, with Meaningful Use incentives already in place. RADAR keeps you ahead of the curve.
RADAR can be configured to suit the workflow of your practice—without expensive customizations or a complicated implementation. Follow-up, alert and audit parameters are easy to define, which means that RADAR stays adaptable as your practice evolves.
RADAR addresses the current regulatory and business requirements for CTRM, but its usefulness extends beyond critical results. With patient communication, RADAR also gives you leverage for the future.
RADAR is a complete healthcare communication platform that can be easily integrated into your existing system to achieve secure, closed-loop, automated notifications. RADAR provides streamlined delivery, receipt and confirmation of any type of healthcare communication — from patient reminders and surveys to critical test results and labwork for referring physicians. Communication is bi-directional — recipients can respond — and RADAR works on any device (tablet, phone, laptop, desktop). RADAR is a cloud-based software service, which means no client footprint, no install and no long term commitments. RADAR is a real-world solution, developed by a radiologist, that makes it easy for you to adapt to changing healthcare requirements.