How Structured Reporting Can Improve Your TAVR Program

The adoption of structured reporting within cardiology imaging departments is on the rise. Coupled with a single-database cardiology solution, structured reports can improve communication, data aggregation, and reimbursement. However, the transition to structured reporting can be challenging,  and often requires a significant investment in time and resources.

Watch this on-demand recording of a DAIC-hosted webinar, Transforming Interventional Cardiology with Structured Reporting, to learn how Baystate Medical Center successfully transitioned to structured reporting to achieve:

  • Improved care coordination within the Interventional Cardiology Department
  • Increased billing and reimbursement accuracy
  • Simplified data analysis and reporting to drive actionable insights 

Learn more about the process of adopting structured reports, including the governance, compliance, and the change management strategy.

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