PAPER to DICOM CONVERSION
PacsSCAN™ lets you scan documents, create electronic forms and import JPEG/AVI/MPEG and DICOM CDs/DVDs from any department to any PACS/EHR. You can convert and send Word files, PDFs, reports, emails and other images with the PacsSCAN Virtual Printer (Print2PACS), a printer selection that appears within your Windows application.
Eliminating paper, improving workflow and providing easy access to important clinical documentation such as tech notes, screening forms and order information is important for any hospitals and clinics. In PACS, viewing documents, electronic forms and clinical images along with patient studies is at the point of care.
Features & Benefits:
Simple user interface - no training required
PacsSCAN Virtual Printer
Scan and send documents to PACS/EHR using TWAIN compliant scanners.
Interfaces to RIS worklist or DICOM Archive to provide automatic loading of patient demographics.
Direct import of multimedia formats including JPEG, bitmap, TIFF, PNG, AVI/MPEG and DICOM CD/DVD.
Hyland Healthcare PACS Scan Mobile
Manage medical images on the move Smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices have become common instruments in the modern-day medical bag. Clinicians use these devices not only to gain anytime, anywhere access to email, electronic health records (EHRs) and other systems, but these tools also provide a convenient way for physicians and nurses to capture wound photos and video at the point of care to support patient diagnosis and treatment.
This information is valuable, but it needs to be controlled. All too often medical facilities struggle to effectively send patient images, photos, video and other data objects acquired through mobile technology to a PACS, vendor neutral archive (VNA) or other systems for long term storage.
The result is vital information is not communicated across the continuum of care, causing significant gaps in patient records. This easy-to-use app downloads in minutes to any iOS device. With PACS Scan Mobile, you can automatically transmit information captured on a mobile device to a central Core Server. From there, patient information is securely sent to a PACS, VNA or EHR. PACS Scan Mobile works with any vendor’s PACS, VNA or EHR. You can add it to your IT infrastructure today and be up and running tomorrow.