Technology | October 15, 2009

eFilm for iPhone Extends the EMR

The eFilm for iPhone* is designed as an extension of the EHR. As physicians rely on their mobile devices for communication, eFilm for iPhone will provide a new, image-enabled supplement to the electronic medical record.

Enabling convenient correspondence among colleagues who do not have ready access to their desktop eFilm Workstation®, this “app” lets radiologists interface directly with their eFilm Workstation to view study lists and images, and manage a variety of tasks from as little as five feet away or from anywhere else in the world. Designed for use on Apple iPhone™ or iPod® touch.

*Note that as to Work In Progress, Merge Healthcare is not legally obligated to develop or continue to develop such Works in Progress that may include the features and functionality described herein.

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