June 11, 2013 — eHealth Technologies’ eHealthViewer ZF is a zero footprint viewer that enables clinicians, with any secure browser, to instantly access their patients’ medical images, in diagnostic-quality, right from within their patients’ medical record. The latest enhancement to the eHealthViewer ZF is Image Collaboration. Whether through consultation with a remote specialist or grand rounds with the patients’ clinical care team, the eHealthViewer ZF collaboration tool delivers real-time, fluid image review and interaction for healthcare professionals. Using this singular feature, multiple users at different locations, can interactively view and manipulate radiology and cardiology images with full access to the eHealthViewer ZF advanced toolset.
• Simple one-click access to begin collaboration
• Unlimited users per session
• Real-time image manipulation tools
• Rich image quality for all participants
• Optimized for performance – no lag in response between user systems
“With the addition of real-time collaboration, Health Information Exchanges (HIEs) and hospitals and health systems that have incorporated any of our eHealth Connect offerings can now provide an even higher level of clinical value to their users” said Gary Larson, executive vice president at eHealth Technologies. “All of our customers are being upgraded to the new eHealthViewer ZF so they can immediately start taking advantage of these capabilities”
“Too often, patients get sent from appointment to appointment for consults on their images,” shared Dan Porreca, executive director of HealtheLink, the health information exchange for Western New York. “With this feature, physician viewing and collaboration can take place by using the eHealthViewer within HealtheLink from any Internet enabled, secure devise that a clinician or radiologist would normally use to access patient data.”
eHealthViewer ZF provides simple and efficient community and enterprise-wide image access for all participating healthcare providers. It assures that diagnostic quality medical images from any participating location are immediately accessible to any authorized healthcare provider, all within the context of their patients’ medical records — simply, securely and efficiently as a part of their everyday workflow.
Porreca continued, “The potential includes real-time collaboration in an emergent situation, whereby all authorized clinicians including the most qualified specialists in the community, can collaborate to make the best possible clinical decisions as rapidly as possible. We expect this will have significant impact on quality of care and time to care.”
For more information: www.ehealthtechnologies.com