Whitepapers | April 05, 2013 | Michael Gray

Unified Approach for Sharing All Images and Records to Streamline Continuity of Care and Achieve Meaningful Use

Image and record sharing is often cumbersome and expensive and still does not reach all caregivers – despite large investments in EMR, PACS, VNA and HIE.  Furthermore, communication back to referring physicians to update them on their patients’ status is manual if completed at all.  The healthcare continuum is still disconnected.

See how a new and unique single Image Workflow Solution supports:

  1. Getting images and records before treatment
  2. Internal sharing during treatment
  3. External sharing after treatment

 

Existing investments in EMR, HIE and PACS are leveraged as part of a unified solution to streamline continuity of care, lower healthcare costs, improve patient and referring physician satisfaction and achieve meaningful use. 

About the author: Michael Gray is an industry expert that consults to over 95 healthcare organizations. He specializes in Radiology and Cardiology PACS, Vendor-Neutral Enterprise Archiving, Electronic Image Sharing, and Image-Enabling EMRs.

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