Technology | Patient Engagement | December 21, 2015

Carestream Self-Service Kiosk Equips Patients to Share Medical Images, Reports

Kiosk can help reduce costs, improve productivity for healthcare providers at the point of care

Carestream, MyVue Center Self-Service Kiosk, patient access, radiology reports, RSNA 2015

December 21, 2015 — Carestream Health showcased its MyVue Center Self-Service Kiosk that enhances patient access and sharing of their medical exam records at the 2015 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) conference. When available, patients will be able to use the kiosk to print or share their radiology reports and output their medical images onto radiographic film or a USB device. This system is not available for commercial sale at this time.

MyVue Center offers benefits for both patients and healthcare facilities. Patients can gain rapid, convenient access to their medical exam information by utilizing a secure method of identification and selecting the medical images or radiology reports they want to output. The self-service kiosk equips healthcare providers to enhance productivity and reduce their total operating costs by automating distribution of medical images and radiology reports to patients.

Facilities with Carestream’s MyVue Patient Portal that install a MyVue Center can allow patients to share access to their medical images and reports with physicians, friends or family members from the kiosk. The patient portal generates a unique and secure log-in that is emailed to each patient after their exam. Patients can view and share their medical images and radiology reports from a variety of Web-enabled devices including laptops, tablets and mobile phones or from the electronic medical record (EMR) portal.

MyVue Patient Portal and MyVue Center address the need to provide patients with access to their records, which is a key component of Meaningful Use requirements. Both systems employ globally accepted security protocols to ensure patient privacy.

For more information: www.carestream.com

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