Agfa HealthCare enhances Enterprise Imaging Suite with launch of integrated ECM system at HIMSS15

Enterprise Content Management (ECM) system integrates with Agfa HealthCare's Enterprise Imaging platform to enable care-centric document workflows throughout the health system; makes debut in North America at Lennox & Addington County General Hospital (LACGH).

Integrated ECM system is specifically developed for healthcare environments and existing hospital IT solutions, enabling the sharing of full medical images and documents with existing clinical systems to help enable a clinically rich ‘visual healthcare infographic’ of each patient - Enables care facilities like LACGH to digitally archive their paper-based documentation such as diagnoses, modality print-outs, microfilms and clinical and administrative records and organize them within the patient’s electronic record (EHR) for complete accessibility of content across the enterprise - Agfa HealthCare’s ECM system, already in use by more than 410 customers worldwide, is designed to support care facilities of all sizes in saving extensive amounts of physical archiving space, reducing retrieval times for information and, as a result, reduce cost significantly

(HIMSS 2015, Booth #1248) Agfa HealthCare announced the commercial launch of a new version of its Enterprise Content Management (ECM) system featuring improved workflow capabilities that facilitate the capture, archiving, access and sharing of any type of documents outside of the Imaging scope across the hospital enterprise. The solution will be on display at HIMSS 2015, April 13-15, 2015 in Chicago, IL.

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