News | April 08, 2015

ScImage to Showcase Interoperability at HIMSS15

PACS, EMR and other clinical information systems are integrated into a VNA with a user-accessible database

April 8, 2015 — Enterprise imaging vendor ScImage Inc. will show Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) 2015 annual conference attendees how it seamlessly integrates picture archiving and communications systems (PACS), electronic medical records (EMRs) and other clinical information systems and stores data in a vendor neutral archive (VNA) to create a full electronic health record. The company has employed this formula at numerous sites across the nation using a single-platform solution that features a user-accessible database for all clinical systems, flexible department workflow, a multi-tiered archive and more.

Integrating disparate clinical information systems (CIS) into an EHR is always a challenge, yet the software ScImage developed for its VNA allows the company to connect all major EMR and CIS vendors and even competing clinical PACS systems.  This, in turn, allows facilities to create the full EHR that is dictated by Meaningful Use quicker and more efficiently and generate additional revenue through it.

For more information: www.scimage.com

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