News | PACS Accessories | March 18, 2016

Vital Launches New Enterprise Interoperability Platform at HIMSS16

Platform bridges the interoperability gap between electronic medical records and various image management solutions

March 18, 2016 — Vital Images Inc. launched an entirely new product category, Enterprise Interoperability Platform at the 2016 Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) annual conference and exhibition, Feb. 29 – March 4, 2016 in Las Vegas.

The approach encompasses targeting informatics related to better outcomes in accountable care and collaborative care while integrating multiple electronic medical records (EMR), health information exchanges (HIE), vendor neutral archives (VNA), picture archiving and communication systems (PACS), enterprise content management (ECM) and more. As with the recently announced second-generation VNA on-demand and data migration solutions, the personalized viewing platform sets forth a next-generation revolution in HIE and EMR access enablement to the marketplace.   

Vitals’ Enterprise Interoperability Platform addresses the missing link in the healthcare enterprise for departmental workflow beyond radiology information system (RIS)-style systems. This new solution bridges the gap between the HIE/EMR world and the multimedia, ECM, EMR and VNA realm. The platform provides semantic interoperability to all stakeholders in the healthcare enterprise, from healthcare providers to the myriad of EMR, ESB, VNA and other imaging and multimedia vendors requiring interoperability. 

The solution was specifically designed to address the semantic interoperability chasm between discreet and structured datasets. This next-generation platform provides a toolkit for chief information officers and information technology vendors alike, to integrate and optimize previously separate or manual processes.

For more information: www.vitalimages.com

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