MedInformatix Portal Integration with OneDX Gives Physicians, Patients Unprecedented Access to Images

 

June 2, 2014

MedInformatix offers clients using its provider and patient portal applications integration with OneDX software.

MedInformatix's Provider Portal allows referring providers to request appointments, review reports and receive images according to their delivery preferences, as well as the ability to transmit patient reports to physicians handling follow-up care in rehabilitation or nursing facilities or other medical practices. The fully integrated Patient Portal allows patients to request appointments, submit pre-appointment demographic information and review imaging procedures and read radiologist reports via their Web browsers.

The MedInformatix system can be integrated with OneDX, the software application suite that enables physicians and patients to securely access and share medical images and reports quickly and easily on any device from anywhere in the world. For patients, they gain on-demand, on-the-go access to their images from any communication device they choose, providing them new levels of control over their healthcare and healthcare decisions.

For physicians, previous interaction between doctors in different locations could be time-consuming and often delay care as patient verifications need to be established and patient imaging information routinely downloaded onto discs and sent via mail between practices so that physicians could adequately review patient charts prescribe courses of treatment.

The MedInformatix-OneDX integration eliminates the process and allows physicians in both locations immediate access to patient images using the OneDX zero-footprint viewer solution via the MedInformatix Patient Portal.

For more information: www.medinformatix.com

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