Technology | Teleradiology | February 23, 2016

Dicom Systems Partners With WinguMD for Improved Photo, Document Integration

Dicom Systems clients will now be able to bring medical-grade photos, documents and physical findings into EMR with WinguMD’s BodyMapSnap app

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February 23, 2016 — Dicom Systems Inc. announced its integration and partnership with WinguMD's medical photography app BodyMapSnap. This partnership will deliver more comprehensive, real-time patient information consolidated in one place, enabling better clinical decision-making.

Through this alliance, Dicom Systems' clients will be able to use WinguMD's BodyMapSnap app to capture medical-grade photos, documents and physical findings while maintaining HIPAA compliance and security integrity. This medically meaningful information will seamlessly – and immediately – integrate into existing electronic medical record (EMR) platforms, providing clinicians with superior documentation options and greater efficiency. By bypassing bottlenecks caused by labor-intensive digital cameras and scanners, Dicom Systems' clients will reduce unnecessary capital equipment expenditures and complex interfaces.

For more information: www.dcmsys.com, www.wingumd.com

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