Kodak Alaris Information Management (IM) will bring together a portfolio of solutions for the healthcare sector at Healthcare Efficiency Through Technology (HETT) 2017, on 27th September at Olympia London. The solutions will aim to show expertise in enabling digital transformation.
At HETT, Kodak Alaris will showcase a selection of the latest scanners, software and services. Visitors will be able to get hands-on with the equipment, talk to the company’s dedicated healthcare specialists and see how its solutions can take cost and complexity out of the process of digitising medical records in line with the Government’s Quality, Innovation, Productivity and Prevention (QIPP) agenda.
On stand demonstrations will mirror some of the tasks that clinicians and administrative staff face daily - from scanning patient records and diagnostic charts directly into Electronic Patient Record (EPR) systems or onto insurance providers as evidence of care; to bulk scanning test results and utilising database look-ups to provide consultants with alerts of new results; through to updating patient records with signed discharge notices in real-time.
Steve Clarke, EMEAR Healthcare Solutions Manager at Kodak Alaris IM said, “we are excited to be attending HETT once again this year. We look forward to demonstrating through real-life customer scenarios, how we can help healthcare providers to transform processes, reduce costs and improve productivity, by leveraging our expertise in providing intelligent solutions to capture, recognise and extract, manage and securely exchange medical information.”
Taking centre stage at the show will be two soon to be launched desktop scanners that make capturing critical information at the point of entry easier than ever. Other highlights will include the desktop PC-independent Scan Station 710 Scanner as well as the i3500 Scanner which offers imaging functionality for onboarding batches of information and Intelligent Document Protection to defend against damaged documents and lost data. The A3 scanner can handle a wide range of documents and is purpose-built to deliver consistent throughput and minimise downtime, helping healthcare organisations to save time and reduce costs.
Visitors will also see i5650S Scanner with integrated sorting capabilities in action. The model cuts handling time and delivers auto-sorting advantages by separating mixed batches of documents into three output trays, providing the flexibility that busy medical records departments need.