December 11, 2019

EMSOW Weekly Newsletter – December 11, 2019

[#19104] EmsowMobilePro for iPhone and iPad: Administrator Mode and More

If you are about to go mobile (or already running a mobile diagnostic business), there’s good news. We have significantly improved our mobile application so that your traveling technologists and clinicians could get the most out of it. Moreover, this new version of the app enables practice administrators to access all procedure records, even on the go.
Here’s the complete list of updates:
* iOS 13/iPadOS support added
* Application icons and images redesigned
* New report template engine implemented – more productive, fast and user-friendly
* Administrator mode implemented – now you can view visits and exams for all users
* Study management system updated:
* patient editing available to all users
* patient insurance editing available to all users
* study lookup improved
* patient state lookup improved
* exam editing available to all users
* exam diagnosis codes viewing/editing implemented
* exam follow-up date viewing/editing implemented
* scheduled exam viewing/editing implemented
* app stability and performance improved


December 4, 2019

EMSOW Weekly Newsletter – December 4, 2019


If you are a mobile imaging provider, then you must secure your patient information and eliminate any leakage risk. Jennings Aske, an information security expert from NewYork-Presbyterian, describes cyber-security challenges.

Thinking about a secure way to store, transfer and manage your images and documents? Check out EMSOW website!


[#19257] Updated ICD-10 code database
We have updated the ICD-10 code database according to the changes released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in October 2019. The latest ICD-10 codes are now available in EMSOW.

[#19346] Critical findings checkbox in the report interface
We have replaced the critical findings window in the report interface. Now reading physicians do not need to select if the report findings are critical when finalizing each report. Instead, they can either click the new checkbox at the bottom of the screen or ignore it (if there are no critical findings).

November 27, 2019

EMSOW Weekly Newsletter – November 27, 2019

Happy Thanksgiving!

EMSOW Team wishes you and your loved ones a day full of splendor and gratitude! We are looking forward to helping you in the future. Happy Thanksgiving!

Meanwhile, before the Thanksgiving dinner is ready, our developers have added a couple of useful updates.


[#19315] Post payments even if some CPT codes are closed
A few of our customers had reported being unable to post co-pay payments to multi-CPT study records. Our tech team investigated the issue and released an update to resolve it. Now you can post payments to study records consisting of several CPTs even if the billing history for some of the CPTs has been closed due to zero balance (e.g. if you have posted an insurance payment with a co-pay value that only applies to one of the CPTs).

[#19323] Rejection management in the Clearing module
With the latest Clearing module update, you can manage rejected claims more efficiently. Find claim responses for a certain date range by using the filter and click on the claim number link in the Claims column. In the details window, you can view rejection reasons and claim information. The Actions column contains buttons to edit service and billing information that allow you to quickly correct any data and resubmit the claims. Also, there is a Service ID link to jump from this window to the Processing module.


November 21, 2019

EMSOW Weekly Newsletter – November 21, 2019


[#19186] Critical findings reminder

We have added to EMSOW a reminder of critical findings. From now on, when a reading doctor finalizes a report, they are prompted to select if the report findings are critical:

If “Positive” is selected, some of your staff can receive a notification of critical findings:

EMSOW can send these reminders to certain employees or to all employees from a specific department. To use this feature and configure who will receive such notifications, please contact our support team.

November 7, 2019

EMSOW Weekly Newsletter – November 7, 2019


George Curtis, HIPAA security officer at Houston Healthcare, talks about the EHR/EMR revolution and the pitfalls of EHR integration.

By the way, we have added some new EHR functionality to the latest version of EMSOW.


[#19216] Displaying studies older than one year in patient history tooltips

From now on, patient history tooltips in the Processing and Billing modules can display full patient history, including studies that are older than one year:


To enable this feature or learn more about EHR functionality in EMSOW, please contact our support at