News | May 27, 2008

AMICAS Celebrates Integrations at Over 100 MEDITECH Facilities

May 28, 2008 – AMICAS celebrated a milestone as it officially integrated its Vision Series PACS at over 100 facilities that use MEDITECH as their health information system, focusing on developing solutions that allow facilities running a MEDITECH health information system to gain integration and value from their investment with MEDITECH.

Vision Series PACS offers the capability to securely launch an encrypted image viewer that is embedded within numerous MEDITECH products, including PCI and EMR. This allows users in other MEDITECH applications to be "image-aware" without disrupting their daily workflow, seamlessly launching the AMICAS products on an as-needed basis.

Vision Series PACS includes a bi-directional interface with all MEDITECH platforms. This interface returns relevant clinical data to radiologists at their PACS workstations aiming to enhance their ability to diagnose their patients.

Vision Watch offers reporting functionality that complements the tools found in the MEDITECH RIS. These capabilities allow radiology administrators access information required to run their departments and facilities, such as data on referring physician volume reports, imaging equipment utilization and HIPAA reporting needs – all in a Web-based, drill-down, "point and click" user interface.

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