Technology | February 17, 2012

Solutions for Interoperability, Radiology and Cardiology

Solutions for Interoperability, Radiology and Cardiology

Merge will showcase a full slate of its IT products at HIMSS 2012, including several for interoperability:

· Merge iConnect Access, a zero-download DICOM image and XDS viewer

·  Merge iConnect Share, an Internet-based gateway for image sharing between enterprises

· Merge iConnect VNA, a vendor neutral archive (VNA) to create an enterprise imaging strategy

· Merge Motion Health Station, a self-service kiosk at the point of retail to engage consumers to improve their health and promote customer loyalty

· Merge Honeycomb, which harnesses the power of the cloud to upload, download, view and share images anywhere, anytime

It also will feature Merge EHR, an electronic health record (EHR) for image-intensive specialties, including OB, orthopedics and eye care. Products for radiology include:

· Merge RIS, an outpatient radiology information system (RIS) designed to meet Meaningful Use

· Merge PACS, a real-time picture archiving and communication system (PACS)

· Merge Financials, a practice management solution to automate the back office

· Merge Dashboard, an on-demand business intelligence solution that pulls data from merge RIS and Merge Financials, allowing you visibility into the health of your practice

For cardiology, Merge will present Merge Cardio, a cardiology image and information management system (CIMS) that supports all modalities, and Merge Hemo, for real-time documentation.

For more information: www.merge.com

 

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