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Webmedx unveils MQSA reporting system

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Webmedx has launched an application service that can collect, report, track, and analyze mammography studies. The system meets Mammography Quality Standards Act reporting requirements set by the FDA, according to the company. The Webmedx Mammography

Webmedx has launched an application service that can collect, report, track, and analyze mammography studies. The system meets Mammography Quality Standards Act reporting requirements set by the FDA, according to the company. The Webmedx Mammography Reporting Service, now accessible through the Webmedx Clinical Information Portal, is designed to improve the efficiency of mammography clinic administration and help facilities meet MQSA requirements for exam tracking, patient communication, and medical audits. The service integrates the tools necessary to automate exam data capture, including assessment categories, outcome monitoring, patient tracking and recalls, and patient-specific follow-up letters.

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