News | Enterprise Imaging | March 18, 2016

Mach7 Technologies Showcases Medical Image Management at HIMSS16

Company displayed latest release of Enterprise Imaging Platform, iModality mobile application for mobile medical image capture and management

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iModality image courtesy of Mach7 Technologies

March 18, 2016 — Mach7 Technologies showcased Mach7 Enterprise Imaging Platform 11.7.1 during the annual Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) conference and exhibition, Feb. 29-March 4 in Las Vegas. The latest release further extends Mach7’s vision to power healthcare enterprises with consolidated, central access to a complete, unified patient healthcare record while providing the foundation for a best-of-breed clinical ecosystem.

Mobile medical image capture and management previously lacked broad integration with the electronic medical record (EMR). Mach7 in January was awarded a U.S. Patent for mobile technology used in the iModality mobile application. The patent covers any mobile device that can capture and upload imaging data into a patient’s EMR. Mach7’s iModality brings the power and sophistication of Mach7 Enterprise Imaging Platform to mobile devices and codifies mobile capture in a healthcare organization’s care delivery ecosystem.

iModality puts rapid mobile healthcare in the hands of patient-facing clinicians and moves image management closer to the point of care delivery speeding diagnosis and facilitating care collaboration.

Commenting as part of Mach7's 'Ask the Experts' program, Trent Conwell, IT director for Sentara Health added, "Mach7 Enterprise Imaging Platform paved a path to a truly consolidated patient record without forcing a single-vendor solution across all specialties and departments. Mach7 is enabling clinical consolidation across disparate sites and solutions that is forming Sentara’s new and improved healthcare ecosystem."

For more information: www.mach7t.com

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