The Challenge: Healthcare providers are struggling with an incomplete picture of the patient because valuable diagnostic content and other information is “locked up” in disparate IT systems, data silos and department archives. While healthcare organizations have made large investments in healthcare IT, including EMR systems, to improve clinical outcomes and drive down costs, there remains a vast collection of unstructured content that the EMR does not manage–including clinical images, digital photos, scanned documents and video files–resulting in an incomplete patient record.
The Solution: Perceptive Software’s Universal Clinical Platform helps healthcare organizations connect, manage and share patient content from disparate applications, including picture archiving and communication systems (PACS), so they work in unison to optimize technology investments and make patient content available in existing applications, including the EMR. With enhanced ability to bring more clinical content together at the point of need, healthcare providers can save time and make fully-informed patient care decisions.
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“Clinical content management has quickly evolved from a departmental tactic to an enterprise strategy,” said
“Perceptive Software began building our game-changing Universal Clinical Platform solution with the acquisition of the world’s market-leading
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ECM+VNA: The Basics
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