Clinical imaging and medical archive

Through the advancement of technology in medicine, many information systems and subsystems have been created, most commonly specialised imaging and reporting systems adapted to a particular branch of medicine. This is best seen in the image and image archive domain; many systems communicate through proprietary protocols and interfaces, archiving data in a variety of formats.
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In today’s modern, information-equipped clinical environment, we find a large number of such imaging and reporting subsystems that the central hospital system, due to its different purpose, can not manage in an appropriate, functional way. From the user side, the end user, the doctor, because of the heterogeneity of the information systems and subsystems in which each archives and displays the data differently, there is no easy and quick access to all the necessary information at the same time.
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Our thinking, apart from functionalities from the user side, reaches to the level of the hospital IT services that are most often burdened by the increased scope of jobs in maintaining, linking and securing data availability, regardless of the complexity of specialist information systems, but satisfying and ensuring full integration based on innumerable amounts of various standards.

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We present you with HCM – Healthcare Content Management – a solution which consolidates all image and other data types (e.g. ECG, EMNG, EEG, jpg, OP, PDF, …), linking all of the patient’s essential medical information to the patient-oriented system , integrated into the existing HIS (Hospital Information System) and its subsystems through standards applicable in modern medicine, and enabling the end user to always have access to all of his patient’s medical data through an HTML5 Web-based zero-client approach, independent of the operating system, internet browser or the IT environment you are working on.

The organization of data in the HCM system is structured, easily accessible and logically displayed, and the DICOM browser itself, suitable for diagnostics (class IIb medical product classification), supports all display types and offers a plethora of necessary postprocessing tools. At the same time, you can compare every stored data in the HCM system.

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