BoneStation Product Overview

End-users of BoneStation are practices who regularly review DXA BMD scans and need to generate reports efficiently. Typical departments or services include: radiology, endocrinology, rheumatology, women's health, bone health and osteoporosis centers, orthopedics, geriatrics.

The BoneStation software enables Bone Densitometry practices to create BMD reports efficiently, flexibly, and effectively.

Facilitates DXA Scan Interpretation

Bone density scans are transmitted from a DXA machine to BoneStation, where they appear in BoneStation’s web application. Patient history is captured in an electronic questionnaire.

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Tracks BMD Exam Status

Workflow is streamlined and traceable. At any time, the DXA technologist or physician can easily find out the status of an exam (ready to review, on hold, reviewed, etc).

Read about optimized workflow for bone densitometry in our blog

Assists In Creating DXA Reports

The physician is offered suggestioned assessment and results based on bone densitometry standards that he can modify. The default rules for the DXA report are based on ISCD and IOF standards, which may be customzed. Macros are available for frequently used patient recommendations. Practitioners have access to the patients' electronic questionnaire. Vertebral Fracture Assessment and FRAX™ score are available.

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Increases Efficiency and Accuracy

There is no need to manually enter DXA data (such as T-score, Z-score, BMD, BMC), nor to dictate, or transcribe. This saves time and eliminates potential errors in the DXA report.

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Simplifies Information Technology

No application to be loaded on physician’s workstation. Robust storage. Secure. Integration with RIS, EMR, HIS, PACS. Interface to most popular DXA machines.

Invaluable For Multi-DXA Sites

Being web-based, it allows physicians to review bone density scans from any Internet-enabled device. Also, the centralized database structure enables subsequent queries to be made for clinical or research projects.