News | January 12, 2015

Perceptive Software and Allscripts Forge Collaboration

Enterprise content management solutions to provide Allscripts customers with access to patient documents and medical images that exist outside the EMR

January 12, 2015 — Lexmark’s Perceptive Software announces a new agreement with Allscripts, including Allscripts Sunrise. As part of this agreement, components of Perceptive’s Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solution suite will be private-labeled and optimized to become part of an integrated medical content management platform within Allscripts.

Perceptive Content will enhance Allscripts’ existing document management solution, which includes third-party ECM software components from various vendors. Perceptive Software and Allscripts product engineering teams will collaborate to develop a solution that helps Allscripts users effectively capture, access, manage and share unstructured patient content from within the Allscripts EMR platform.

Using Perceptive Software ECM solutions within Allscripts will enable clinical and business staff to access documents and medical images directly within the Allscripts platform, giving them complete patient information for more informed clinical decisions, better productivity and streamlined workflow. Perceptive’s Enterprise Content Manager, when embedded in Allscripts applications, will enable Allscripts customers to benefit from ECM across the healthcare enterprise, from operations and patient finance to HIM, scheduling, registration/admissions, patient care and medical imaging.

Medical Content Management solutions from Perceptive Software help healthcare organizations connect, manage and share patient content from disparate applications so they work in unison to optimize technology investments and make patient content available in existing applications, including the EMR.  

For more information: www.perceptivesoftware.com

 

 

 

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