Clinical Image and Content Management

OnBase Patient Window provides secure access to all clinical content through the EMR to empower more informed decisions and more effective care

Various specialty areas create and store different types of clinical content and medical images in disparate, disconnected systems. Often, the information clinicians need is either too difficult to find or simply isn’t in the EMR – which may help explain why many clinicians aren’t fully utilising this core system. 

Hyland Healthcare provides solutions that resolves these information silos, optimising your existing health information technology by boosting the use of your system of record while helping your healthcare organisation meet regulatory e-health initiatives and avoid penalties. 

But, more importantly, Hyland Healthcare Solutions empower clinicians, providing quick and easy access to more comprehensive patient information.

Centralise clinical content management across the enterprise

Hyland Healthcare delivers an enterprise infrastructure to store medical images as well as other types of clinical content together, including DICOM and non-DICOM content, to provide patient-centered organisation to images produced in radiology, cardiology, oncology or any other “ology.” 

Then, through a seamless integration with your EPR, the OnBase Patient Window provides clinicians and staff with a single point of access to view clinical content in its native format and in context with the patient record, starting from within your system of record. The added functionality simply becomes a new feature of the existing EPR.

OnBase Patient Window supports more informed patient care

Using the OnBase Patient Window, clinicians spend less time searching for the clinical content they need so that they have more time to use the information to inform treatment plans, make diagnoses or educate patients.

Personalised care tabs let clinicians quickly identify the latest test results or changes to established treatment plans. Case containers, timeline reviews, thumbnails as well as side-by-side comparisons allow clinicians to view notes from referring physicians alongside ultrasounds, examine today’s EKG alongside a previous one and see X-rays next to the associated radiologist report. 
Why centralise clinical content and image management for single-point access?

By centralising clinical content management and establishing a single point of access to that content from within the EMR, the OnBase Patient Window helps healthcare organisations:

  • Avoid purchasing a variety of system licenses by providing clinicians with role-based access to clinical content from within the EPR through the Patient Window.
  • Reduce unnecessary clinical scans and duplicate texts with access to more comprehensive patient information for more confident patient care.
  • Provide clinicians with one place to view CT scans, MRIs and X-rays as well as EKGs, fetal strips, pathology reports and wound images – all presented in context alongside the patient record.
  • Provide generalists and specialists a powerful set of tools to view and manipulate virtually all types of medical images, videos and documents, as well as enabling sharing and collaboration with others.