One Place Medical
Modular Solutions Medical - Healthcare
One Place: Centralized Management of Digital Assets
In the medical area, the progressive digitization of work procedures and the increasingly frequent need to attach photographic and video material, i.e. digital assets of different nature, to the Patient Cards, today requires the medical office to face the need to rethink the management of the information flow. At the same time they have to adapt the method of capturing and storing multimedia assets as they are generated or received.
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Thus a new workflow is born that generates for each patient an exponential number of digital assets of a diagnostic, photographic, video and textual nature, making it necessary to rely on a new management methodology that allows them to be found and reused very quickly, whenever needed.
The storage space must grow adequately and above all possess very specific “smart” characteristics: it must be centralized, organized, and it must be able to extend dynamically.
Centralized Asset Management
Behind this new multimedia workflow it is now essential to be able to rely on a "central brain" that knows how to manage these resources in a safe, dynamic, intelligent and transparent way for the user and that, as such, guarantees the retrieval of everything you need instantly.
This new daily operation must be very simplified and friendly so as not to distract and waste time from the central activities of the doctor's office. This saves time and money.
Intelligent archive management therefore becomes a central must in the Medical area and the consequent storage spaces - increasingly extended - must be managed by a software capable of indexing automatically and manually, and therefore organizing, all the information that can be found in contextual and immediate way.
A single search must contextually and simultaneously return every type of archived asset: photos, videos, stl files, dicom files, etc. related.
It is also essential to keep track of information that has been shared externally with insurance companies and NHS, dental laboratories, universities, clinics, conferences, colleagues, etc.