News | PACS | February 20, 2020

Mach7 Partnering with Altamont Software for Greater Enterprise Imaging Integration

Altamont bring document scanning, enhanced CD import and burn capabilities, and virtual printing of documents to DICOM

Altamont’s zero-footprint solution, CaptureWare, allows Mach7’s Enterprise Imaging Platform (EIP) to ingest more DICOM and/or non-DICOM data from various sources in a facility

February 20, 2020 — Mach7 announced its partnership with Altamont Software to help accelerate the adoption of enterprise image integration in healthcare organizations. Altamont Software develops next-generation medical image connectivity software for the PACS and EHR marketplace. Altamont’s zero-footprint solution, CaptureWare, allows Mach7’s Enterprise Imaging Platform (EIP) to ingest more DICOM and/or non-DICOM data from various sources in a facility.

Altamont will enhance the Mach7 EIP with Altamont’s functions that include:

  • Scan, which will allow paper documents to be scanned and imported into the Mach7 EIP, helping complete and compile a patient’s record.
  • HTML5-based CD import and advanced CD Burning, which will give the Mach7 EIP expanded capabilities for importing CDs and burning multiple CDs using a CD printer, as opposed to one at a time.
  • Print to DICOM, this feature adds a windows printer driver to client systems that allows anyone to virtually print any document to the Mach7 EIP and associate it with a patient record.

For more information: www.mach7t.com

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