Merge RIS is a cloud-based information recording solution that stores, manages and distributes patient radiology information. It caters to radiologists and ambulatory imaging centers and is ICD-10 compliant.

It features document management that allows storing clinical documents and patients record in suitable categories. Dashboards enable radiologists to track schedules and monitor staff activities.

The solution integrates with billing system Merge PACS (a picture archiving and communication system) and Merge Financials. Merge RIS has a patient portal that allows patients to communicate with doctors, share lab results, schedule appointments, make payments and more.

The Merge Patient Portal module enables physicians to refer patients, who in turn can place electronically signed orders and view their medical information online. The product’s integrated billing system captures billing codes at the time of treatment to generate bills and process patient’s claims with insurance providers.

It provides support to its customers via phone.

Appointment scheduling
Appointment scheduling

Appointment scheduling

Patient details

Patient details

Work queue

Work queue

Billing system

Billing system

Merge referral portal

Merge referral portal

Statement file

Statement file

Supported Operating System(s):

Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Mac OS, Linux, Web browser (OS agnostic), Windows 2000, Windows 8



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Philip from Southwest Diagnostic Imaging Center

Specialty:  Radiology / imaging

Ease-of-use

Customer support

Functionality

April 2015

Excellent RIS product

Pros

Cutting edge technology, interface and integration to Merge Financials and other billing platforms, as well as PACS and radiology dictation systems; specialized work queues for technologists and support departments; and, reporting capabilities via Dashboards. Merge provides exemplary support and customer feedback and interaction.

Cons

Needed and custom modifications are often slow in development.