Group a Leading Healthcare Solutions Provider Helps Customers Realize Essential Actions for Healthcare PR Newswire public statement

“”Healthcare is an industry like no other. Providers face mounting pressures to adapt their practices to rising costs, changing regulatory requirements and other difficulties that challenge healthcare delivery organizations to remain efficient and profitable. And all this while still providing the highest level quality of care,” noted Jamie Bsales, director, Office Workflow Solutions Analysis at BLI. “Not only has Canon demonstrated a strong ability to help organizations face mounting pressures to move from paper records to electronic and reduce costs, it has also shown its ability to leverage its imaging technology expertise to offer a host of solutions beyond document imaging and managed services, including digital radiography and ophthalmic equipment.”
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Healthcare professionals can help limit access to data of capture with the access-controlled sca
ing and printing capabilities of uniFLOW when used in combination with Canon imageFORMULA sca
ers, as well as imageRUNNER ADVANCE and imageCLASS multifunction systems (MFPs). Upon authenticating at a Canon devices, healthcare providers can automatically capture and route files to information management and workflow solutions, such as Thereforeu2122 and third party systems, allowing them manage and view changes to electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI) in an access controlled, traceable ma
er. Care providers can also utilize this access controlled exchange of information with third-parties via a variety of Canon solutions capable of integrating with Boxu2122 content collaboration platform to allow the sharing of DICOMu00ae clinical images, billing information and other vital data outside of their organization.
Interoperability with EHR Integratio
nWith the Canon solutions portfolio, medical professionals are able to share patient information across the continuum of care utilizing a variety of security features. Whether from the point of care or within various hospital departments, healthcare professionals can utilize Canon solutions, such as the Canon uniFLOW Co
ector for OnBaseu2122, to facilitate the seamless transmission of patient medical records. This solution integrates with widely used healthcare information systems, including Epic, Allscripts, Cerner and McKesson.
For healthcare organizations looking to transform existing patient records into digital records to help improve efficiency, access to medical files and facilitate key aspects of compliance2 efforts relative to managing patient records, Digital Conversion Services for Healthcare offered by Canon Information and Imaging Solutions (CIIS), a wholly owned subsidiary of Canon U.S.A., Inc., can assist healthcare organizations with this labor intensive task.
Print Management
To assist paper-intensive environments, such as medical records, administration, admissions and pharmacies, Canon works with leading healthcare systems providers to help organizations efficiently and effectively print the documents they need. Canon Managed Document Services (MDS) offers healthcare organizations a unified offering for total output and document solutions management, consisting of a complete, customized program, specific to its unique business needs. Healthcare organizations concerned with analyzing and reducing print costs can also utilize uniFLOW’s print tracking and analytics capabilities to help them identify inefficiencies.
Diagnostic Imaging
In addition to document solutions, guests can discover how Canon has helped the healthcare industry transition from film-based X-ray systems to digital radiography. Drawing upon its proprietary image sensor technology, Canon has developed digital flat panel detectors that produce high-resolution images with low X-ray dose to the patient, and can be integrated into complete digital radiography systems and upgrade solutions for customers with existing analog systems. Visitors can also inspect a Canon retinal camera that utilizes Canon imaging technologies to take high quality images that can help eye care professionals in their daily work.”

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