News | Digital Radiography (DR) | November 03, 2015

Rayence Introduces EMR Bridge Software to Read X-Rays Directly From EMR

New product provides seamless integration between EMR systems and Rayence digital software solutions

Rayence announced the introduction of the Rayence EMR Bridge. The Rayence EMR Bridge is specially designed software that provides seamless integration between electronic medical record (EMR) systems and Rayence digital software solutions. Using the Rayence bridge solution allows healthcare professionals to open and read patient images directly from their EMR workstation. The software is fully HIPAA-compliant and can be used with both Rayence XmaruView image acquisition software and Rayence VRPACS.

“This new product signifies the growing acceptance of Rayence digital detector solutions,” said Stalin Calvache, chief technology officer at Rayence Inc. “The Rayence EMR Bridge is a cost effective solution that affords both existing and new customers to enjoy the benefits of using Rayence products in a network environment.”

The new Rayence EMR Bridge currently supports a substantial list of popular EMR systems. Rayence has dedicated resources towards continually adding more systems to the list.  

Rayence designs, developments, manufactures and supplies flat panel detectors (FPD) for digital radiography imaging systems.

For more information: www.rayenceusa.com

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