Basic requirements are a PC with Internet access and/or a telephone that can dial a toll free number. There's also a desktop version of the software available for download...currently in use at facilities such as the UCLA medical center and many more...visit the site for additional information....archives of voice messages maintained...compliant with JCAHO and HIPAA...the system continues to send alerts until a response has been made...flexibility between the phone and PC is a big item if a PC is not readily available...a good Tablet PC with dual array microphones can make simple work of this as well....the HL7 integration will end up being a huge time saver...BD
BURLINGTON, MA - Nuance Communications has introduced a new solution designed to bridge the gap between the lab and the electronic medical record.
Nuance's Dictaphone Healthcare Division this morning rolled out the Vocada Veriphy-Ready HL7 Integration Server (VIS), which allows Vocada Veriphy, the company's critical test result management (CTRM) solution, communicate directly with internal diagnostic systems and enterprise-wide clinical information systems. Critical test results from any internal diagnostic system are thus automatically routed to the ordering physician, populated in the patient record and verified and audited.
Veriphy's core application is a hosted solution that requires no investment in hardware or software. Once a hospital subscribes to the service and Vocada's technical team builds the Veriphy Communications Directory of referring clinicians, the advanced communications system is ready for use.