InterSystems, a global leader in software for connected care, provides InterSystems HealthShareŽ, a health informatics platform, which enables strategic interoperability and analytics for action across a hospital network, community, region or nation. The
One solution, which will be demoed at HIMSS next week, will enable clinicians for the first time to photograph a newly admitted patient s injury and automatically insert the photo into the patient s electronic health record (EHR) without ever leaving the patient s bedside. Before taking the picture, the clinician would use the Ricoh Healthcare Camera to scan a barcode on the patient s wristband and add information to describe the injury. The tags could include user- defined items, such as laceration and left leg, data the clinician enters directly, and even voice recordings. The photo image and data would then wirelessly attach to the patient s EHR. This solution would quickly and easily create more complete pictures of patients progress, supporting improved outcomes.
Information gaps are a big problem in healthcare, said
In the photography scenario, InterSystems HealthShare seamlessly integrates the camera, an EHR, and
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