RoentgenWorks now supports the Health Information Exchange (HIE) NHIN Gateway for patient and document discovery; document retrieval; and document submission. RoentgenWorks can store DICOM and HL-7 data from many different enterprises and it includes an MPI for acquiring a patient’s data whether it is stored locally or within an HIE. It also produces and acquires CCRs. From either a browser or an iPad, users across the enterprise have a single source for viewing all imaging studies, documents and patients’ CCRs.
At RSNA 2010, BRIT Systems also displayed several new mobile applications that will allow physicians to access studies, images and other documents on smartphones, iPads and Web browsers. Both WebWorks and UrgentWorks streamline work by making critical data available on mobile platforms.
The company will also showcase several improvements to current systems. New updates to Roentgen and RoentgenWorks introduce a new identifying system and a virtual PACS system that supports document retrieval and submission processes.
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