What is iRAD?
iRAD, powered by dbMotion, is an innovative solution that lets doctors share important patient information (by default) with other doctors in the iRAD network – including other general practices, specialists, hospitals and other connected healthcare professionals.
iRAD provides a single, clear view of a patient’s key information to participating healthcare professionals, in real-time and right from within their existing Clinical Information System (CIS). It enables informed decision making and high-quality patient outcomes by providing secure, timely and accurate sharing of patient information between health providers.
How does iRAD work?
iRAD delivers an advanced semantic Interoperability system. This is the ability of a healthcare system to share information and have that information properly interpreted by the receiving system in the same sense as intended by the transmitting system.
iRAD allows different medical software systems to send and receive information, to understand information and to interpret and use information. Information is only shared for patients that have agreed to be part of the iRAD program.
Benefits of iRAD for health professionals:
- Simple, easy to use, low-risk solution that adds value to General Practice with no change to clinical workflows
- Single sign-on, no additional logins to access patient information or to share information
- Share referrals, letters and care plans easily
- Improve patient safety and quality of care
- Reduce the risk of preventable hospital admissions
- Presents providers with critical information in an easy to read layout
- Reduces the time spent in administrative functions and follow-up activities
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Clinical information for health professionals
Benefits of iRAD for patients:
- iRAD improves patient safety and quality of care as patients will no longer need to remember complex information about their health.
- Sharing of pathology and radiology results can speed up clinical decision making, reducing the need for more testing.
- Clinical information is available even when the clinic where the initial consultation took place is closed.
- iRAD utilises as an opt-in consent model for patient consent. A patient must provide a one-time consent at each iRAD location, ensuring that only your healthcarers and hospitals can view your information.
Get in touch
To learn more about iRAD or to find out how you can get involved with the program, please send the iRAD team an email email@example.com.