Technology | December 02, 2014

Secure Mobile Access Card Opens Hosted Patient Portal

Integrated Modular Systems Inc. (IMSI) aids medical imaging department operations management software development with customized workflow

December 2, 2014 – Integrated Modular Systems Inc. (IMSI) aids medical imaging department operations management software development with customized workflow. IMSI will exhibit My Key To ImageWebGate, based on patent pending technology, at RSNA 2014.

The MKTI system module generates a wallet-sized card for hospital or clinic patients, which provides secure access to that patient's medical images and documents. When the MKTI access card QR code is scanned by a smart phone, tablet or PC, the patient medical records are displayed on the device, allowing the patient to view, download, and transmit his own medical data securely, easily and conveniently.

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) in order to ensure that each person and family are engaged as partners in their care and to promote effective communication and coordination of care for optimal outcomes. MKTI also supports the 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.

For more information: www.imsimed.com

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