A cloud-based clinical decision support solution for health systems that establishes a standard of care for advanced imaging within existing EHR ordering workflows, supporting PAMA compliance.
Establish a standard of care for the ordering of advanced imaging across the enterprise; curb variation by benchmarking the performance of ordering providers.
Deliver evidence-based standards at the point of order to guide decision making and improve order appropriateness.
Help ensure accurate indication selection by using artificial intelligence to predict the most relevant indications based on patient data, provider specialty, and care setting.
Automatically validate imaging orders based on extracted clinical data; limit interruptions to the provider workflow by flagging only potentially inappropriate orders.
Promote order appropriateness using radiology appropriateness criteria that aligns with quality and safety programs; reduce low-utility ordering and increase diagnostic efficiencies.
Help ensure compliance with national legislation, including the Protecting Access to Medicare Act (PAMA); rely on our fully qualified CDSM with comprehensive appropriate use criteria from leading qPLEs.
Reduction in targeted CT scans1
Increase in relative frequency of indicated studies2
of imaging orders pre-approved by payer, saving $120K/year3
1 Aurora Health data, published in: Joseph Doyle, “Clinical Decision Support for High-Cost Imaging: A Randomized Clinical Trial.” PLOS ONE, March 15, 2019. https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0213373
2 University of Virginia data, published in: Timothy C. Huber, et al. “Impact of a Commercially Available Clinical Decision Support Program on Provider Ordering Habits.” Journal of the American College of Radiology, Volume 15, Issue 7, Pages 951-957. July 2018. https://www.jacr.org/article/S1546-1440(18)30387-9/abstract
3 Carle data, published in Epic, “Automation Makes Preauthorization a Breeze.” Epic Outcomes, September 2019. https://www.epic.com/epic/post/automation-makes-preauthorization-breeze