News | October 23, 2014

Perceptive Software to Showcase Medical Content Management Solutions at RSNA 2014

Software enables management, sharing of more content with electronic medical records

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October 23, 2014 — At RSNA 2014, Lexmark’s Perceptive Software will introduce to radiology professionals its new medical content management (MCM) solution to capture, access, manage and share medical images and supporting documents found throughout the clinical enterprise. MCM represents the convergence of vendor neutral archiving (VNA) and enterprise content management (ECM), combined with enterprise image connectivity (EIC) tools to capture images and video. 

Although healthcare delivery organizations have invested heavily in electronic medical record (EMR) systems to manage patient data, a massive amount of content exists outside the EMR. Getting this information — documents, images and video — into the hands of physicians at the point of care is challenging because it often resides in disparate data silos and disconnected departmental systems that are scattered throughout the health system.  

Medical Content Management from Perceptive Software enables healthcare organizations to connect, access, manage and share patient content from disparate applications to solve interoperability challenges and make patient content available within the EMR. Bringing more clinical content together at the point of care lets healthcare providers save time and make more informed patient care decisions.

Visit booth 8107 at RSNA 2014 where Perceptive Software (including recently acquired companies Acuo Technologies and PACSgear) will demonstrate a broad range of solutions for healthcare delivery organizations, including VNA; ECM; enterprise image connectivity and sharing; intelligent capture; rich media management; enterprise search; advanced clinical output

For more information: www.perceptivesoftware.com

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