Technology | October 13, 2014

McKesson Clinical Data Exchange Expands Image Access

McKesson Clinical Data Exchange is a standards-based solution that helps manage, share, and access images and clinical documents within a single facility, within an enterprise, or across a region. Available independently of McKesson Radiology PACS (picture archive and communications system) and McKesson Enterprise Image Repository, this solution supports a modular or enterprise deployment model to offer a single view of the patient’s longitudinal record from any common Web-enabled mobile device or workstation.

You don’t have to imagine solutions that can guide you to the future of better health. Conserus is bringing you solutions today. Conserus offers a full range of comprehensive products designed to help simplify your journey from volume- to value-based care through seamless connectivity. Now you have the resources you need to help you streamline collaboration and workflows across your entire enterprise and orchestrate interoperability among existing systems. The result is the right information in the right hands at the right time. With Conserus, the possibilities are more than imaginary — they’re here.
 
·         Conserus Image Repository - a vendor neutral archive solution, independent for any PACS that archives and manages image data.

·         Conserus Clinical Data Sharing – provides the ability to securely discover, exchange access and view images across multiple VNA/PACS

·         Conserus Workflow Intelligence – vendor neutral, flexible workflow rules engine that connects seamlessly in heterogeneous system environments to consolidate interpretation and quality tasks.

Solving the Challenges of Today
Conserus Clinical Data Exchange gives clinicians across the entire enterprise easy and instant access to patients’ longitudinal records, helping them deliver better health.

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For more information: www.mckesson.com\connectedenterprise

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