He commented how cloud reporting in Horos improved his workflow by obviating the need to launch a separate text editor like Pages or Word to create a report. He also noted it saves him time otherwise wasted searching his computer for templates as they can now be stored right within the platform.
“Saving templates in Horos Cloud Reporting is awesome. I’ve created many for common uses,” he added.
He also stated that perhaps the best feature of Horos Cloud Reporting is the ability to save a report not only as a PDF but also as a DICOM file alongside its associated study directly in Horos rather than in a folder somewhere else on his computer. This coordination saves time when trying to find reports on historical studies and creates a more cohesive, usable archive.
The other big value he noted was from a marketing perspective. Out of the gate, reports look professional without having to waste time with formatting. He said the ability to easily add his logo and customize reports “makes them look good” and helps in his marketing to referring physicians. This, he stated, adds a “fair bit of value” over his previous solution and “not just from an in the background legal document kind of way” but by creating reports that actually serve as marketing tools.
So it’s no surprise that as the beta ended, David opted to continue using Horos Cloud Reporting under its monthly subscription model.
He said that ultimately the value comes from being able to get rid of other services to help him streamline his Horos workflow. Whether he’s in his office or leveraging a mobile DX at the horse’s side, he’s now able to send studies to Horos, then diagnose and report all from the same place.