The InfoMedix scanning solution has been specifically designed and has proven capability to interface with other clinical systems. To date InfoMedix has developed interfaces with Patient Administration Systems (PAS), Clinical Systems, Pathology and Radiology Systems.
The InfoMedix medical records solution integrates with most of the major Patient Administration Systems that are in use by Australian hospitals. We support all varieties of HL7 2.3, 2.4 and above.
Information received from Patient Administration Systems includes:
- Patient Admission, Discharge and Transfers
- Patient demographics and merge details
- Patient bookings
InfoMedix has interfaced to the major PAS systems including iPM and Homer.
The InfoMedix solution integrates with Pathology systems to receive pathology reports via HL7. We support all varieties of HL7 2.3, 2.4 and above. InfoMedix can receive and process both atomic and report type pathology results.
InfoMedix provides comprehensive and customisable interface configuration options, in regards to Pathology results to meet the business requirements of our customers.
InfoMedix has interfaced to major pathology providers such as Kestral and Gribbles.
The InfoMedix solution integrates with Radiology systems to receive radiology reports via HL7 2.3, 2.4 and above.
InfoMedix can also provide a ‘click-through’ interface from the radiology report to the diagnostic image stored in your existing PACS solution if required.
Document Load Tool
InfoMedix provides interfacing capabilities for loading electronic documents directly into the patient record, without the need for scanning. The InfoMedix Document Load interface can be used to load documents directly from other clinical systems. Using the document load tool, InfoMedix has integrated into systems such as Emergency, Birth Outcomes and Intensive Care.
InfoMedix provides interfacing capabilities for loading patient record documents from an external system export or bulk load CD/DVD. The Batch Import Interface can be used to control and manage the loading and QA of scanned records from external sources into the InfoMedix product, which can be useful for loading information for archival purposes, or where scanning bureaus are being used.