...many imaging centers are relieved to find a way to keep legacy PACS systems relevant among all the changes in technology.
Alpharetta, GA (PRWEB) November 11, 2014
DigitalOne (http://www.digitalonereports.com/) launches zero-footprint viewer and reaches new levels of Connectivity. DigitalOne makes interoperability a reality for diagnostic imaging facilities across the country without expensive investments in new PACS technology plus they are able to keep pace with the demands of Meaningful Use Stage 2 requirements.
EMR Integration Options for Results, Orders, Images
“Successful interoperability is a by-product of DigitalOne’s solution connecting diagnostic imaging centers with their referring physicians” says Steve Howard, Director of Marketing for DigitalOne. “Meaningful Use Stage 2 demands tighter integration between physicians and diagnostic imaging centers including Orders, Results and Images. At a time when competition and cost are rising in addition to downward pressure on reimbursements, many imaging centers are relieved to find a way to keep legacy PACS systems relevant among all the changes in technology.”
Interoperability is believed to be costly and operationally disruptive. However, DigitalOne has shattered that thought by delivering a solution that is low cost and provides easy image access to any VNA directly from within Referring Physician EMRs. For Diagnostic Imaging Centers on legacy PACS systems with limited Web and Online capabilities, the DigitalOne PACS Gateway enables interoperability without the need to replace the PACS. The PACS Gateway pulls images from the PACS on demand and delivers them to referring physicians through a zero-footprint viewer. Existing PACS investments are protected and no changes are required to existing workflows.
DigitalOne has been developing healthcare software for over 20 years evolving into an industry leader focused on efficiency and effectiveness. DigitalOne is committed to working with imaging centers, hospitals and vendors to achieve interoperability. Currently, DigitalOne has imaging center clients across the country ranging in size from one location performing 5,000 studies up to multiple locations in multiple states performing over 650,000 studies annually. For more information, call 678-992-0383 or visit http://www.digitalonereports.com/.