Technology | April 17, 2015

WITS(MD) Introduces Image Mover Mobile Capture Application

Users can accomplish secure mobile photo capture with direct EHR integration

WITS(MD), Image Mover, capture, mobile, HIMSS

April 17, 2015 — WITS(MD), a provider of medical image workflow solutions, announced the introduction of Image Mover, a mobile application that securely captures medical images from smart devices with a zero-protected health information (PHI) footprint. After capture, images flow to familiar medical image management systems (picture archiving and communications systems/vendor neutral archives) and are integrated with existing workflows, including electronic health records (EHRs) and patient portals.

Image Mover is secure and HIPAA-compliant – no PHI is ever present on the mobile device, which reduces data privacy risks to near zero. The mobile app currently supports both iPhone and Android mobile platforms, and is available for download in the Apple App Store and Google Play.

For more information: www.witsmd.com

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