With today’s Meaningful-Use standards and clear technical benefits, it is more common than ever to interface with information systems. Added benefits include being able to open the PACS directly from the EMR software. Integration no longer simply assists in managing patient demographics, but offers clear and tangible workflow benefits.

Konica Minolta Software Integrations

HL7 Software Integrations

Konica Minolta typically interfaces with scheduling systems to easily integrate patient demographics. This not only saves time in the radiology department, but ensures patient data is in the correct digital chart.

Additionally, it is becoming extremely common to integrate PACS into new and existing EMR systems so that physicians have a single point of access not only to patient charts, but also to PACS images from within the EMR.

With proper integration, teleradiology and regional archives can receive images from disparate PACS/RIS and return the radiologist report intelligently back to each separate system.

Below is a list of companies that Konica Minolta has interfaced with.

3T Imaging Medical-Manager Fox Meadows
A4 Health Systems Meditech GE Healthcare
Allscipts NextGen GE-CENTRICITY
Amazing Charts NextGen/ TSI Greenway
Athena Novarad Healthcare Management
Carestream Paragon / McKesson Healthland
Chartlogic Point and Click Solutions HealthPort
Complex Corporation, Inc. Polaris Danforth Iatric
CompONE Practice Velocity IC Charts
CPSI Precision Practice Management IDS
Dairyland Prognosis Medent
DigiDMS Prosoft MedFx
Digital Compusoft Remote-Ops SuccessEHS
doc-tor SpectraMedi The Poseidon Group, Inc.
DocuTap Spectron HIS Webgazer Software
Dokstranscription SRS Soft Clarion/ Zvision
Eclinical String Soft Final Support, Inc./Centricity
eClinicalWorks Emdeon
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