News | June 04, 2013

DR Systems Offers Enterprise Image Management Solutions at SIIM

June 4, 2013 — During the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM), DR Systems will demonstrate its DR Systems Unity Enterprise Imaging Excellence Solution, e|HR  for Meaningful Use and eMix, and electronic medical information exchange

The DR Systems Unity Enterprise Imaging Solution is a comprehensive, fully integrated approach to medical imaging that includes all imaging modalities and specialties, such as radiology, cardiology, pathology, orthopedics and women’s health. Encompassing the entire imaging workflow process, the Unity v|Series includes RIS, CVIS, PACS and reporting modules.

The company’s e|HR for meaningful use is designed specifically for radiologists, anesthesiologists and other specialists to qualify for the federal incentive payments available from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) for meaningful use compliance. e|HR is cloud-based, so it can connect to any pre-existing systems where patient data resides. Thus, e|HR can aggregate data from patients as well as upstream systems like a PACS, RIS, or HIS. It is a vendor-neutral, certified complete ambulatory EHR.

eMix is a vendor-neutral, cloud-based medical information exchange service for sharing patient exam images and reports as well as other medical information. The secure service is as easy to use as email and can be used to transfer files in minutes, replacing such problematic methods as CDs and virtual private networks (VPNs).

For more information: www.drsys.com

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