News | March 04, 2014

Agfa, Dell Collaborate to Image-Enable EHR

Dell Drive Plus integrates Agfa’s ICIS imaging solution

March 4, 2014 — Agfa HealthCare teamed with Dell to integrate Agfa’s ICIS platform with Dell Drive Plus to offer medical image management within an Epic or other electronic health record (EHR). Highlighted in conjunction with the HIMSS 2014 annual conference, the collaboration is part of Agfa HealthCare’s and Dell’s focus to streamline customer workflows by providing easily integrated enhancements for the EHR, including seamless access to medical images within a patient’s electronic health record.

Dell Drive Plus integrates the healthcare IT technologies and optimizes the solutions on Dell open-source platforms to make deploying and optimizing the EHR easier and more cost effective. This helps customers expand digital healthcare infrastructure to include a larger ecosystem of applications while eliminating the challenges of selecting, negotiating, integrating and deploying these solutions together.

Agfa HealthCare’s ICIS solution delivers a workflow-centric platform to make multispecialty image data readily available to physicians across the continuum of care. This model supports the potential clinical and resource benefits of images that are provided by the patient-centric presentation of an EHR.

For more information: www.agfahealthcare.com

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