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The Mount Sinai Hospital Increases Interoperability Capabilities with Multi-ology Workflow Software

Real Time Medical
Posted on: 24 Nov 16

TORONTO, Nov. 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Real Time Medical is pleased to announce the expansion of Real Time Medical's DiaShare™ workflow and productivity platform within the area of cardiology at The Mount Sinai Hospital in New York. Currently in its sixth generation and designed to support multi-ology environments, DiaShare has been enhancing productivity and helping improve the quality of diagnosis from single hospital entities, to healthcare enterprises, to country-wide deployments.

"We were looking for a way to bring information from our legacy cardiology system into the rest of our workflow," said Dr. Mendelson, Vice Chair of Radiology IT and Senior Associate Clinical Informatics at Mount Sinai and the co-chair for Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise (IHE). "Our positive experience with DiaShare in radiology has prompted us to expand the use of the platform into cardiology for the integration of our cardiology data into our imaging infrastructure. This platform expansion will allow us to leverage our existing technologies to improve our workflow in a cost-effective way."

Real Time Medical Co-Founder and CEO, Ian Maynard, explains that one of the reasons Mount Sinai was originally interested in using DiaShare was because of its ability to unite disparate systems. "Since 2013, we have been working with Mount Sinai to eliminate manual workflow steps. Accomplishing a high degree of clinical productivity is most possible with a vendor-neutral platform that is also multi-ology applicable. We are pleased to help Mount Sinai achieve greater interoperability with a single solution that integrates data across multiple medical disciplines."

In 2013, Real Time Medical successfully implemented DiaShare in a project for Mount Sinai to provide tele-radiology services to several New York imaging clinics. The cardiology system expansion is planned to go live this summer.   

The Mount Sinai Hospital is a recognized leader in healthcare IT. In 2012, Mount Sinai was awarded the HIMSS Enterprise Davies Award of Excellence for use of health information technology, which is a testament to the culture of health IT innovation that the institution has cultivated over the years.

About Real Time Medical

Real Time Medical is a diagnostic workflow innovation company. It develops vendor-neutral, context-aware workflow management software solutions. These solutions organize diagnostic reporting services across medical disciplines. Real Time Medical's diagnostic sharing platform, DiaShare™, improves the timeliness, efficiency and quality of service delivery to patients. It provides workload balancing, critical results communication, and prospective or retrospective peer review.

Real Time Medical also operates the only nationwide, round-the-clock radiology service in Canada, using its DiaShare™ workflow management platform. Real Time Medical has worked with about 50 hospitals and clinics across Canada, USA and Europe. For more information please visit: www.realtimemedical.com

Contact:

Real Time Medical
Ian Maynard, P.Eng., M.Sc., MBA
CEO & Co-Founder
media@realtimemedical.com

For more information:
www.realtimemedical.com

Editor's Details

Mike Wood
PharmiWeb.com
www.pharmiweb.com
editor@pharmiweb.com

Last updated on: 24/11/2016

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