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The main advantages of using upmedic
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Structured speech recognition
Standard clinical terminologies like SNOMED CT
Easy integration with medical facility IT systems
Simple use of complex scales like RECIST 1.1 and PIRADS
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100+ expert-created templates
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Use one of over 100 default templates for most common cases, or create a custom one in simple steps
Swiftly edit each report part using pre-defined terms and voice-based input. Switch between 'healthy' or 'pathology' tags, prioritize using color-coding
We can integrate upmedic into your current data management system. Constant tech support is provided to ensure smooth workflow, increased capacity and patient satisfaction
Why use upmedic templates?
upmedic provides a base of 100+ ready solutions. Template-driven reporting acts like todo lists for clinicians, ensuring organs are always described in the same order.
Why bother? It increases the document's usability, such a structured text speeds up future reader's understanding, saving their time.
- Reports are based on customizable structured templates, already including most popular phrases.
- User can highlight and color-code report parts of special diagnostic importance (connotations).
- Medical forms are provided for scales used and calculations performed during reporting.
- Structured reports enable swift filtering to find desired data.
Exemplary contextual queries
upmedic enables vast search and patient group identification possibilities. A few examples are presented below:
Clinical trial candidates
Filtering by diagnosis allows swift identification of potential clinical trial candidates.
Patients eligible for prophylaxis programs
Data gathered by upmedic allows easy filtering to find patients qualifying for prophylaxis programs.
Healthy patient reports
upmedic's filter option can easily display all healthy reports from a given time range.
Patients with oncological lesions
You can see how many patients had oncological liver lesions. They can also be sorted or filtered by sex, age and other criteria.
Partial response with respect to RECIST 1.1
You can display patients with partial treatment response, you can also filter them by used drug and dosage regimen.
Auto-analyze medical history
upmedic automatically analyzes historical, unstructured clinical information in data warehouses and EMR. It recognizes ICD-10 codes and SNOMED CT concepts.
Our experience with medical specialists
For two years we cooperated with:
- Health Venture Lab (GE Health)
- HealthCare Lab (Roche)
- EIT Health
- Lublin Medicine Medical & WellnessCluster
- Many independent clinicians
Together we created and refined a structured reporting editor that uses standard terminologies like SNOMED CT, also providing customized templates to describe unusual cases.
Predefined, standardized well-known phrases are used and punctuation is subject to adjustable, automated proofreading, so reports look clean and professional.
According to upmedic user surveys, utilizing our templates covers 80% of reporting needs, the remaining 20% can be covered by on-the-spot template customization.
On top of that, patients receive complete, structured documentation that looks professional, yet understandable. This increases their trust and creates satisfaction with medical service quality.
Healthcare facility managers describe upmedic as adding value and new possibilities to their existing data management systems, rather than being yet another system. They also praise increased productivity.
upmedic is integrated with MRRT, DICOM SR, FHIR and HL7CDA, allowing swift cooperation with existing image processing and case reporting solutions, as well as complex clinical frameworks.
Our model enables automated case identification and diagnosis in structured medical documentation. Built-in artificial intelligence (AI) can also auto-extract ICD-10 codes and SNOMED CT concepts from unstructured documents.
AI helps extend physician's abilities
upmedic's structured templates make up to date clinical knowledge easy to use at the point of care.
Templates are a useful guide to create structured, standardized documents, but they could also limit clinical expressivity.
Therefore, upmedic uses natural language processing (NLP) to fill the gap between computers and physicians. AI can understand the intentions behind written text and by scanning it for knowledge representation understood by its big data technology.
Moreover, AI learns from physician's frequently-used templates, including custom ones, as well as from his input. This increases reporting speed even further.
Complexity of structured documentation is hidden away from the doctor with all processing happening seamlessly without impacting user experience.