DICOM/HL7 Routing and Integration
What Is HL7 Integration?
Why DICOM HL7 Integration Is Crucial to Enterprise Imaging
One of the most important file management components is DICOM HL7 integration, which enables you to strengthen the connection between existing disparate systems like EHR/EMR, PACS/MIMPS, RIS or HIS into a single framework for sharing data and images. HL7 integration also benefits healthcare organizations with multiple locations or remote access requirements and brings all files up to the same standard so that they can easily be read or modified.
Effortless HL7 Integration by Dicom Systems
HL7 integration from Dicom Systems delivers measurable performance improvement for enterprise imaging. With the Unifier platform, a healthcare organization can enable systems to connect and communicate with logic and intelligence. All connections to and from a PACS/MIMPS, vendor-neutral archive (VNA), and modalities can be managed through a single interface. Unifier enables organizations to create a centralized destination for outside facilities to send exams and easily modify the metadata. The Unifier platform has full FHIR capabilities and is easier to implement because it uses a modern web-based suite of API technology, including a HTTP-based RESTful protocol.
- A standard web browser can be used to design and control your HL7 workflows.
- Built-in DICOM Modality Worklist (DMWL).
- Multi-location enterprises benefit by bringing all files up to the same standard for easy reading or modification.
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