News | Enterprise Imaging | March 13, 2024

arccROI is a robust Application Programming Interface (API) integration with the Epic Release of Information (ROI) module

arccROI is a robust Application Programming Interface (API) integration with the Epic Release of Information (ROI) module

March 13, 2024 — Apollo, a leading provider of enterprise imaging solutions, today introduced its latest advancement in its multidisciplinary medical imaging platform arcc®. arccROI is a robust Application Programming Interface (API) integration with the Epic Release of Information (ROI) module. This integration aims to streamline and expedite the process of accessing patient-specific imaging files for release of information requests, eliminating manual steps required to fulfill requests, and reducing administrative burdens.

"Our mission at Apollo has always been to leverage technology to enhance patient care and provide clinical workflow efficiencies to our customers," said Mark Newburger, Apollo CEO. "By interfacing with the Epic ROI module, Apollo's multidisciplinary medical imaging platform now offers a unique interface that provides a seamless and efficient pathway to retrieve patient-specific imaging files directly from arcc for an ROI request."

Key features and benefits of the enhanced arccROI API integration include:

Efficiency: Streamlined workflow for requesting and accessing patient-specific imaging files directly from arcc.

Accuracy: Ensured integrity and accuracy of patient health information through secure data transmission protocols.

Interoperability: Seamless integration with existing Epic EHR infrastructure, minimizing disruptions to clinical workflows and reducing administrative burdens.

Apollo is exhibiting in Booth 2705 at the Health Information Management System Society's (HIMSS) annual conference March 12-14. Apollo invites attendees to Booth 2705 to see first-hand how Apollo's multidisciplinary medical imaging platform provides cost-effective, multidisciplinary access to patient images for collaboration, care planning, tumor boards, and viewing across the continuum of care.

Apollo's multidisciplinary medical imaging platform, arcc, brings a unique solution as the primary clinical system for both orders- and encounters-based imaging workflows for 45 specialty departments across the healthcare enterprise. Additionally, arcc seamlessly incorporates clinical imaging from various medical specialties beyond radiology and provides fully integrated modules that can be used by every department/specialty in the health system for securely acquiring, viewing, managing and archiving all clinical imaging data. Combined with the EHR, arcc completes the Comprehensive Health Record.

For more information: www.apolloei.com

 

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