Technology | December 11, 2013
My Key To ImageWebGate Yields Stage 2 Meaningful Use Patient Engagement to Healthcare Providers
December 11, 2013 — Integrated Modular Systems Inc. (IMSI) introduced My Key to ImageWebGate (MKTI), based on patent-pending technology at the Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting (RSNA 2013).
The MKTI system module generates a patient wallet card with a bar code that, when scanned by a smart phone, tablet or PC, allows the patient to view, download and transmit his own medical images and medical documents securely, easily and conveniently at home. Patient engagement in their own health care is one of the six National Quality Strategy priorities and has become an important focus of Stage 2 Meaningful Use of EHR (MU2) to improve patient care outcomes and coordination.
MKTI also supports MU3 expanded data exchange functions for patients and providers suggested by the National Health Information Technology Policy Committee to the acting National Coordinator for Health Information Technology for three core areas: query for a patient record; provider directories; and provider data migration and patient data portability.
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