An interoperability solution for medical imaging, InteleOne® XE seamlessly links clinicians to patient images and reports stored across disparate HIS, EMR, PACS, and VNA systems. By connecting clinicians to the various repositories found within the imaging ecosystem, the solution creates imaging workflows that enable better subspecialist utilization, improve collaboration amongst colleagues, and help deliver higher quality care in less time.
InteleOne XE takes enterprise workflow orchestration to an entirely new level. By providing seamless integration between enterprise-wide disparate systems, and taking away time-consuming manual interventions, such as study assignment, InteleOne XE orchestrates order management, automates enterprise workflows and, accelerates diagnostic performance.
InteleOne XE links clinicians to the various repositories found within the imaging ecosystem, enabling them to provide higher quality care in less time, and improve collaboration with colleagues.
In a constantly changing environment, moving data can feel like a never-ending ordeal. By connecting to data where it resides, InteleOne XE allows sites and systems to be easily added or removed from the imaging ecosystem within a minimal interruption and impact on care. It also allows infrastructure to be replaced at your own pace.
By allowing any case to be read from any location, InteleOne XE enables physicians to read for multiple sites across the enterprise, provide subspecialty coverage to all facilities, accommodate after-hours shifts, and read from home.
In addition, InteleOne XE’s cross-enterprise image access and diagnostic workflow provides clinicians with a greater view of prior results, providing a richer patient context from previous episodes of care. By leveraging a built-in Master Patient Index, InteleOne XE automatically compares patient patient data from different repositories and identifies potential matches. This provides clinicians with a comprehensive view of the patient’s records, saves time, eliminates the need for and the cost of repeat imaging exams, and ultimately leads to better clinical outcomes.