IMAGE Information Systems helps achieve “Meaningful Use” Workflow with Indian Health Service’s “RPMS- EHR”
IMAGE Information Systems has successfully integrated with Indian Health Service’s “RPMS – EHR” solution at multiple US tribal clinics. The iQ-SYSTEM PACS was implemented at two tribal health clinics recently. This newly deployed workflow helps meet requirements towards “Meaningful Use” standards for data delivery, data sharing, and data distribution. The latest clinics to benefit from a Computerized Physician Order Entry system, or “CPOE” workflow, are K'ima:w Medical Center (Hoopa) of Hoopa, CA and Southern Colorado Ute Service Unit of Ignacio, CO.
With this customized HL7 integration, modalities now receive error free patient data from the RPMS, delivering the utmost data accuracy. Tribal physicians are now able to launch radiology images of patients they are currently treating directly from the RPMS screen. This saves valuable time for the doctor by not having to log into multiple solutions and perform searches.
Additionally, this technology is able to deliver the outside “Radiology Reports” directly to the iQ-WEBX PACS and the RPMS simultaneously for multiple access points to critical report distribution. IMAGE is excited to announce, “Our development team was able to collaborate with IHS’s Development / Integration Staff and local IT Engineers to fully integrate this time saving solution with minimal challenges.” This project partnership has saved the tribal community significant time in their daily workflow as well as investment resources.