Carestream Health will demonstrate its zero-footprint enterprise imaging platform at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society conference, which takes place from February 19-23 in Orlando, Fla. This technology leverages the latest interoperability standards, including Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources, Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise-Image Object Change Management, and Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise-Cross-Enterprise Document Sharing.
“Our Unified Core is the shared back-end architecture that simplifies workflow management, security protocols and user access administration. When you complement that with zero-footprint delivery, you can add new modules quickly and affordably,” says Ludovic D’Aprea, Carestream’s general manager for healthcare information solutions.
The Unified Core architecture is the core of Carestream’s Clinical Collaboration Platform, which helps manage enterprise workflow, consolidates silos of data, and facilitates diagnostic reading and image sharing as well as imaging analytics.
Unified Core is a common set of codes and a development process that streamlines resource management, security, and interoperability—and manages clinical data, such as Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine, photos, videos, electrocardiograms, continuity of care documents, and scanned documents.
Since the platform is delivered via zero-footprint technology, healthcare providers can choose the suitable modules within the platform to address specific strategic needs, including: image-enabling the electronic medical record for universal physician access; offering a new telemedicine model using remote order/entry; consolidating archives with image lifecycle management; and supporting regional image exchange and patient engagement.
For more information regarding this technology, visit Carestream Health.