News | March 04, 2014

DR Systems Exhibits Patient Engagement Solutions

Cloud-based image sharing, EHR, patient portal featured at HIMSS14

DR Systems eHR for Meaningful Use PACS accessories Patient Engagement RSNA

March 4, 2014 — DR Systems exhibited capabilities designed to increase the quality and efficiency of patient services at HIMSS 2014. Also on display was Health Companion, a patient portal for secure messaging and patient engagement.

eMix, DR Systems' cloud-based solution for image sharing and report delivery, demonstrated its Instant Sender platform at HIMSS. Instant Sender allows any patient, doctor or facility to quickly and confidentially deliver medical imaging exams, reports and other medical information to any recipient. No setup, registration or contract is required. The recipient can view images and information using a Also exhibited was DR Systems’ 2011/2012 ONC-HIT certified complete ambulatory EHR Technology (CEHRT) for meaningful use. DR Systems’ eHR for Meaningful Use provides a cloud-based and vendor-neutral solution for eligible professionals to comply with MU objectives. DR Systems has enrolled more than 2500 physicians in the CMS EHR Incentive Program. DR Systems’ eHR and its partner Health Companion PHR provides a unique patient engagement tool that can be used to both pre-register patients and securely deliver reports via the web.

DR Systems partnered with Health Companion, a 2014 ONC-HIT certified EMR for secure patient messaging and patient engagement. Health Companion provides a patient portal that enables healthcare organizations to standardize on a single patient engagement platform across multiple EMRs, to improve operational efficiencies. 

DR Systems exhibited its Unity RIS, currently the leader in the KLAS 2013 trend report for large facilities, along with the full complement of modular Unity CVIS, PACS and reporting options. A multi-site practice can employ a single unified RIS worklist to launch and drive one or more PACS. It is also possible to launch the RIS/Reporting system from a third-party picture archive and communications system (PACS).

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