Our program includes four stages of management, including education, reducing redundant imaging, reducing and capturing data for radiation exposure, and discharge planning.

ER Visits Per Year

MILLION Source


Emergency Medicine Program Overview

  • 27.4% reduction in utilization for imaging related to abdominal pain, chest pain, headaches/sinusitis, low-impact head injuries, and pulmonary embolism evaluation.
  • Accessibility to prior imaging for patients, reducing redundant testing.
  • Informative and educational guides for physicians along with web and mobile access to radiation dose information for each procedure.
  • ER discharge planning to reduce future ER visits or hospital admissions.
  • ER concierge program for chest pain patients, resulting in improved non-invasive testing for coronary artery disease.

Emergency Medicine ProgramsThe Right Procedure at the Right Place at the Right Time

Patient Clinical Information

  • Patient Diagnosis
  • Clinical Indication
  • Test Ordered
  • Treatment Requested
  • Patient Medications and Duration
  • Prior Treatments
  • Summary of Clinical Findings
  • Reason for Test
  • Patient Symptoms

Emergency Medicine Safety and Quality Programs

 

Specific management of common indications encountered in the ER setting, including:

  • Abdominal pain
  • Chest pain
  • Headache/Sinusitis
  • Low impact Head and Brain Injury
  • Pulmonary Embolism
  • Redundant imaging management
  • Discharge planning
  • Patient Concierge for scheduling of outpatient testing
  • Facility redirection program for high-tech imaging
  • Radiation education program
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