This year we have released many exciting updates to our PostureRay® Radiographic EMR system. In addition to its already exhaustive list of features geared to stimulate patient referrals and bullet proof your documentation, we have again added EVEN MORE requested features. Here is a glimpse of the latest additions.
Pediatric Age-Related Segmental and Global Analysis: Yes, you heard correct, we have released our modeling research findings in our software for inclusion of age-related specific normal for the pediatric/adolescent populations. Earlier this year, Deed Harrison, DC, Tad Janik, PhD, and myself revisited our ideal and normal modeling studies to extrapolate age related normal using our published modeling for the Harrison Posterior Tangent Methods. This again, is available nowhere else but in the PostureRay® CBP® module.
Updates Instability Analysis: We have included an optional upgrade to the Endplate (Cobb) analysis for instability pioneered originally by White and Panajbi – which was adopted by the AMA Guides. In addition, we have also added Penning’s Analysis to better evaluate total instability within total range of motion. This is crucial for doctors that work on patients involved in MVC’s and other injuries where cervical instability is to be assessed.
Lateral Full Spine Analysis: Now available in PostureRay® you can digitize a lateral fullspine view and overlay the copyrighted CBP® elliptical fullspine model allowing much more accurate assessment of a patient’s true sagittal plane balance. This has never been possible, and obviously is not available in any other software package on the market.
Phrase Builder – Since our system is geared as a Structural Based Radiographic Specific EMR, this unique addition will drastically reduce reporting by doctors to both educate patients as well as add impressions to a pathology report using our state of the art macro phrase builder/reporting system.
Nasium Analysis – New to PostureRay® is inclusion of the CBP® Nasium analysis, adding the completion of upper cervical analysis specific to CBP® Methods.
Support for 3rd Party EMRs / PACs– We are currently partnering with all major vendors of documentation EMRs as well as 3rd party PACs systems to allow tighter integration with patient demographic implementation and calling up of our QuickView Module.
Updated QuickView and Image Exporting: Doctors now have ability to display and export different variations of our analysis, especially for scoliosis cases. This allows for adding overlay of annotated findings with impression report lines (such as Risser-Ferguson/Cobb Analysis/ or “patient friendly” assessment lines
Impression Report Updates with citations: Since CBP® originally authored countless index medicus papers on x-ray reliability, validity, as well as the modeling studies, we have used this expertise, to generate specific reports and references to aid your documentation of your x-ray findings. Again, this available no where else.