Access to patients’ imaging history “anywhere, anytime”,
supporting timely diagnosis and treatment
With Enterprise Imaging XERO Workflow, clinicians have easy access to images and reports – where, when and how they need them, including on mobile devices. Clinicians can keep an eye on the status of requested exams, and as soon as results are available, view images and reports side by side. As a result, they have the information they need to make decisions more quickly, to help ensure patients get the timely treatment they deserve.
Collaborative patient history and exam engagement enriches clinical activities
A clinician’s workday takes them all over the hospital: from office consultations, to surgery, to rounds, and more. Imaging activities can now center around care delivery, unlocking the ability to organize exams by use cases that matter, communicate notes tag images for follow up, and bring collaborative workflows to departments previously underserved by imaging procedures.
XERO Workflow lets clinicians check on the status of their requested exams, anywhere in the hospital. They know immediately when new results are available, helping to minimize delays in a patient’s treatment. More powerful organization tools give clinicians new tools to organize work, utilize images and to make better informed decisions.
Reduced IT management for
clinical specialist support
XERO Workflow for Clinicians provides a true zero footprint multi-monitor application with the ability to support deep technical users without the need for a full client installation. Neurology, Orthopedics, Oncology, and over 50 service lines can benefit from advanced functionality. The streaming technology reduces client hardware needs and bandwidth demands dramatically when compared to a typical Desktop Client PACS Application.
Radiologists: more mobility for a
better work-life balance
XERO workflow also brings benefits to the radiologists. With this light-weight solution, radiologists can remotely check in on their task lists and reassign tasks, enabling them to better plan their workday comfortably from their home. Plus, they can perform certain reporting tasks, including sign-off of reports created by their colleagues or residents.
Meeting the needs of specific workflows
- Rounds: clinicians can create lists with multiple patients being treated in their ward, keeping images and reports on hand during rounds.
- Shift handover: patient lists can be shared with the next shift for a smooth follow-up of patients.
- Follow-up on images with the ability to post key information during or after interpretation and for future follow-up and comparison.
- Save time when returning to exams in the future with full screen interactive snapshots that can be shared when rounding, teaching, and more.
- Surgery: surgeons and support staff can view relevant exams with a multi-monitor hanging protocol in the operating room, with up to 4 monitors synchronizing and remote casting of images to DLNA devices such Sas smart TVs for surgery room.
- Emergency department: clinicians can view the images before the report is available and flag key findings that can be reviewed by a radiologist, as well as setting task priorities to flag tasks for prioritized review by radiologists when critical care is necessary without a diagnostic report.
- CD ingestion review: clinicians can easily review the images on CDs that are ingested to a temporary location to flag studies of interest for ingestion by clerical staff.
- Using the XERO Exchange Network technology, patient histories become enriched across multiple data sources, delivering a comprehensive patient record without consolidation of systems.