The PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System) and RIS (Radiology Information System) solutions from Siemens Healthcare are enhanced by role-based portals.
Clinical staff access their tasks via portal applications that are specifically adapted to their function. The new Syngo Portal Transcriptionist, developed for the European market, contains all core functions needed by transcription offices for diagnostic reporting in radiology.
The portal clearly indicates and prioritizes the main tasks that need to be addressed, for example, pick up incoming cassette, listen to digitally dictated text, or transfer text, including comments by the radiologist, to the reporting template. With this approach, the portal provides seamless interaction between radiologists and transcriptionists, reducing breaks in their workflows.
In addition to syngo Portal Transcriptionist, syngo Portal Radiologist, and syngo Portal Referring Physician already support efficient workflow for diagnostic processes in all areas of radiology. Syngo Portal Radiologist is available worldwide and assists radiologists with their daily tasks and processes. Functions include, for example, options to check requests, evaluate images, read images, and sign reports. The Syngo Portal Referring Physician, which is available in Europe, supports the communication between referring physicians and radiology departments. For example, appointments can be scheduled directly from the referrer’s office or ward.
Syngo Portal Executive is currently under development and will, for example, simplify the planning of equipment use in the radiology department for hospital administrators and decision makers.
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