How Much Does a PACS and EHR Integration Cost?

Time is an invaluable commodity for doctors, and as a result, they constantly search for any way to increase their productivity. In many cases, unfortunately, technology has yet to catch up with their need for efficient health care solutions.

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Topics: EHR + Medical Images, ehr integration, EHR + PACS, EHR

Would you buy a house without seeing it first?

Buying a house is serious business and so is healthcare. Learn how an EHR without medical images is like buying the house without seeing it first.


When was the last time you made a large investment without knowing what it looked like? Before committing to a house, boat, car, or pet, most people need more information before making a decision.

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Topics: EHR + Medical Images, ehr integration, cloud pacs, cloud medical imaging, medical images

10 Requirements for Connecting EHR and Medical Images

Connect your EHR and medical images without replacing your systems.

If we ignore the compliance requirements of HITECH (bear with us, we won’t make you give up your incentive payments) and focus on what physicians need to reach the goals prescribed in the original intent of the laws, what would such a system look like?

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Topics: EHR + Medical Images

EHR-PACS Integration: What we have here is a failure to communicate

EHR-PACS Integration: Why we're struggling to connect healthcare records and medical images

Electronic Health Records (EHR) and Picture Archive and Communication Systems (PACS) have followed very different paths resulting in structures that inherently don’t play well together. In fact, the original development of the first EHR and PACS were separated by over twenty years and several technological generations.

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Topics: EHR + Medical Images, medical images, EHR + PACS, EHR, ehr-pacs integration, PACS

Legislative impetus alone is not enough to connect medical images to EHR

Learn the truth about connecting medical images to EHR

Within The American Reinvestment & Recovery Act (ARRA), the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act created the concept of meaningful use. The goal of the Act was to modernize the healthcare industry by promoting the use of interoperable Electronic Health Records (EHR).

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Topics: EHR + Medical Images, EHR + PACS, Stage 2

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