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Point-of-care ultrasound

Improve enterprise imaging visibility and care.

Point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) is becoming more widely used by healthcare providers when treating patients in their care settings. Challenges exist, however, when it comes to linking images captured on POCUS devices to enterprise medical imaging storage platforms. This often leads to siloed imaging data that cannot be used in downstream systems as part of the patient’s comprehensive care as well as incurring loss of revenue for procedures that can be billed.

These functionality gaps mean images are often siloed at the point of capture and patient and study indexing data are often entered manually. These gaps inhibit clinical access with other systems such as the EMR and introducing an increased chance of error to the process.

Luckily, Hyland Healthcare can help.