The shift to value-based care and the subsequent increased focus on patient outcomes requires patient-centered information that crosses time and care settings. Unfortunately, despite large technology investments, clinical blind spots still exist.
Images from oncology, pathology, dermatology, ophthalmology and endoscopy are often stored in siloed departmental systems or worse on hard drives, CDs or USBs. These important videos and images don’t have patient demographics associated with them and they are not linked to the EHR, meaning providers do not even know they exist.
These silos create serious gaps in the patient record, hurt clinician productivity and put the security and privacy of patient information at risk. As the volume and diversity of clinical data and the devices involved in capture proliferate, the problem will continue to grow.
Capture, manage and view specialty content across the enterprise
Specialty Clinical Image Management (SCIM) brings together industry-leading technology for image capture, storage management and viewing into a cost effective and simple to implement solution. It offers the consistency and security of a centralized enterprise imaging platform without the large upfront investment.
With SCIM, specialty departments across the HDO can capture any image format, including video, into a centrally managed clinical archive and deliver it to clinicians through the enterprise viewer. SCIM reduces departmental information silos and the security and patient privacy risks that accompany them.
PACSGEAR Capture: Capture DICOM, XDS, visible light and native file formats. Supports capture of images and video with a mobile device at the point of care. The SCIM solution includes PACS Scan with XDS, PACS Scan Mobile, MDR Video and ScopeCap from the PACSGEAR connectivity family of products.
NilRead Enterprise Viewer: Zero footprint, multimodality viewer for image enabling your EHR.
Lexmark Clinical Archive: Single home for all clinical images. Provides flexible configuration options for workflow and ILM policies. Supports backups, controlled access with auditing and is HIPAA compliant. Provides a path to license the full Lexmark Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA) allowing you to start small and expand over time.