Scanning

Becoming a paperless hospital ...

On the way to becoming a digital hospital, scanning medical records is an important step—starting with the development of a treatment plan to the patient’s admission and discharge through to billing. Ideally, the amount of paper is reduced from the very beginning, which means that scanning should take place as early as possible in the process.

... with a competent partner at your side

With synedra at your side, you are well prepared for the journey from being an analogue to becoming a digital hospital. The Health Content Management Platform synedra AIM enables the implementation of scanning workflows for different scenarios. To keep the archiving process as simple as possible, we have developed synedra Import, a module of synedra AIM that allows you to import your medical data quickly and safely. Whether you want to scan documents produced during the treatment process ad hoc or digitize your complete archive with the help of high-volume scanning, our solution can be handled fast and intuitively in any case. Depending on the specific requirements in your hospital, synedra Import provides different options to create an archiving context.

Your key advantages at a glance

Workflow-oriented

  • PrintToPDF (creation of a digital copy as PDF), e.g., to archive a diagnostic report created in MS Word as PDF and optionally print out the digital copy
  • ScanToDICOM (scanning and archiving), e.g., to archive scanned x-rays via a TWAIN interface
  • PDF to PDF/A conversion
  • Batch processing with the help of a customized user interface (high-volume scanning)
  • Scanning of health records and document import from information systems (e.g., HIS)
  • Support of timestamps and digital signatures

Efficient context creation and archiving

  • Various options to create the patient and examination context, e.g., worklist and barcode scanner
  • Signing/(re)archiving of PDF documents—electronic signatures
Scanning of medical record

Downloads

Feature list: synedra Import (PDF file, 36KB)

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