News | November 24, 2010

Health Information Exchange Platform to be Displayed at RSNA

November 24, 2010 – An improved clinical workflow that seamlessly integrates images into a health information exchange (HIE) platform will be demonstrated at RSNA. InSite One and Misys Open Source Solutions (MOSS) will leverage an integrating the healthcare enterprise (IHE) framework clinical toolset that delivers images using a standards-based approach called cross-enterprise document sharing for imaging, or XDS-I.

InSite One’s InDex Vendor Neutral Enterprise Archive (VNA) continues to expand beyond two petabytes of clinical data under management and is growing daily. With expertise in managing the intricacies of medical data, the company will demonstrate the benefits of InDex exchange tools (XDS-I) for patient information sharing, including imaging. In addition, the zero-footprint InDex Archive Viewing Interface (IAVI) is integrated as the viewing portal for clinical applications. The combination of the MOSS open source, standards-based platform with InDex IAVI enables secure access and viewing of all medical images and related information at the HIE level.

Together with OpenPIXPDQ, MOSS components provide an exchange operator with the ability to identify a patient uniquely and exchange the identified patient’s clinical information, with their consent, across disparate systems. All the components are available through the Open Health Tools Forge via the company’s website. The Misys OpenExchange, which is the collection of standards-based, open source assets and proprietary clinical groupware components, also provides the capability for local communities to share patient records with the Nationwide Health Information Network (NHIN).

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