Technology | August 07, 2014

Mach7 Releases New Version of its Enterprise Imaging Portal Software

Consolidates patient care records across the enterprise and simplifies image sharing and communication

Mach7 Physician & Patient Portal, version 11.5. Remote Viewing Systems

August 7, 2014 — Mach7 Technologies announced the release of an enhanced version of its Physician & Patient Portal, version 11.5.

Mach7’s Physician & Patient Portal enables direct communication and collaboration between physicians and patients. Patients gain access to a comprehensive view of their care history, including all imaging files. Mach7 seamlessly consolidates complete patient care records and intelligently delivers access to records where and when needed to save time, reduce costs and improve care delivery and patient satisfaction.

Mach7’s Physician & Patient Portal version 11.5 features include:

  • Web-based, Zero-footprint — Enable access to patient data through any Web browser without downloading tools or data to the viewing device
  • Universal File Access — Give patients and physicians consistent access to DICOM and non-DICOM files across workstations, personal computers and mobile device platforms
  • Intuitive User Interface — Provide patients and physicians with a feature-rich, yet simple interface.  The user interface virtually eliminates the complexities of user adoption, while providing the tools required for effective patient care and communication
  • Sharing and Communication Tools — Allow patients to share procedure information with family, friends and physicians using secure email and protected portal access.  Physicians can share and communicate between connected patients, physicians and third parties
  • Simplified Integration — Enable clinical image viewing on EHR, HIS, and other healthcare systems through dynamic URLs
  • Secure Access — Securely view procedure information backed by the latest encrypted web protocols and role-based directory authentication services

For more information: www.mach7t.com

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