SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Medicalis, a leading provider of Imaging Service Line (ISL) Solutions, announced today that Medical Diagnostic Imaging Group (MDIG), one of the largest multi-state radiology reading groups headquartered in Arizona, has deployed the Medicalis Imaging Workflow Solution, creating a single streamlined radiologist workflow that consolidates data from across MDIG's network of hospital and clinic customers. Medicalis enables MDIG to create a single imaging workflow platform regardless of their clients' native PACS and EMR solutions, optimized to MDIG's specific service level goals and commitment to sub-specialty reading.
"MDIG serves many hospitals and clinics across several states with disparate RIS/PACS/EMR systems, creating the need for a more efficient imaging workflow. In addition, Merit Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) scores are based on quality, EHR use and clinical improvement. The Medicalis Imaging Workflow Solution enables us to address all of these requirements. We can now consolidate all disparate data into an empowered reading cloud, with a comprehensive virtualized data hub that orchestrates study distribution and delivers workflow efficiencies. Integrated presentation of the RIS/PACS/EMR data allows MDIG's radiologists to more efficiently deliver the highest quality and most timely care for our hospital partners, regardless of the location of the hospital or radiologist," said Dr. Barry Sadegi, President of MDIG. "Consolidation among health systems and hospitals is driving leading radiology providers like MDIG to maximize their efficiency and sub-specialty care. By leveraging the Medicalis Imaging Workflow Solution, MDIG will increase productivity and maximize economies of scale and skill while ensuring that the right image is viewed by the right sub-specialty radiologist for the right reason," said Oran Muduroglu, President and CEO of Medicalis. "Medicalis is pleased to partner with MDIG in facilitating their enhanced clinical collaboration, performance and efficiency."