With OnBase, healthcare organizations can eliminate the expense of DICOM wrapping, storage and printing and improve the clinician experience – all while supporting patient care.
Captures images from any supported endoscopic device
The flexibility of the OnBase Universal Scope Capture solution lies in its ability to support most of the endoscopic devices that a healthcare organization currently has – or will have – regardless of vendor.
No matter what type of endoscope is used or the type of endoscopy performed, the solution performs image capture across all clinical specialties – including gastroenterology, orthopedics, general surgery, pulmonary and urology.
The solution also supports a variety of video sources often associated with clinical devices, including S-Video, HDMI, DVI-D, DVI-I and VGA – and works equally well for therapeutic endoscopic procedures like appendectomies or ACL repair.
Securely stores and archives images in context
OnBase automatically indexes images directly from the point of capture, securely storing them in context and linking them to the patient’s medical record. The new images are immediately available for review and accessible from within the EMR alongside any other images that may already exist in the record.
Once the images are archived, clinicians with the appropriate permissions can annotate images (adding arrows, ellipses, etc.), supporting patient education while fostering collaborative care.
Additionally, OnBase offers easy, thorough search functions that support queries as broad or as granular as necessary to help researchers find information.
Mitigates image printing, wrapping and storage costs
At $.05 to $.10 per picture, the cost of printing thermal images quickly adds up. And, those hard copy images don’t provide organizations with a secure, long-term storage solution for diagnostic images.
OnBase Universal Scope Capture eliminates the need to spend money on printing, DICOM wrapping for standard VNA or PACS storage, or independent, potentially insecure storage methods.
Rather than storing archival images on a USB drive, in a proprietary reporting solution or in a folder, electronically storing indexed images in OnBase offers healthcare organizations a way to archive images safely and efficiently.