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ScriptSender, Konica Minolta Healthcare Partner to Streamline Radiology Workflows

ScriptSender announced that it is partnering with Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas Inc. to create a faster and stronger communication pathway between radiology practices and referring physicians.

ScriptSender is a leader in enabling secure, one-click communications between health care providers. Using ScriptSender technology, any document from any application and any medical group can be sent to an imaging practice with a single click. Imaging centers can also send any document directly into the referrer’s system. No downloads, installations or interface building is required.

Konica Minolta will offer ScriptSender as a value-add to its Exa RIS and PACS customers. The substantial time and money spent on creating complex integrations to referring providers is time that can now be directed to patient care. ScriptSender technology securely transmits live data – not a PDF or image file – so the back-and-forth voicemails, missing fax pages, illegible artifacts and delays or errors inherent in faxing no longer impede clinical workflow.

Kevin Borden, vice president of product for healthcare IT at Konica Minolta, said, “With this partnership, we’re helping imaging providers be more efficient and strategic. They can now offer a unique solution to their referring provider community that will enhance communication, seamlessly integrate information into the patient record, and provide a more collaborative clinical environment. Results are faster, clinical information is clearer and securely shared, and significant costs can be saved.”

“Konica Minolta’s Exa Platform is gaining substantial momentum in the imaging market, and we’re very pleased to add greater value for their customers through one-click referral integration,” said Jim Burchfield, senior vice president of sales and business development for ScriptSender. “Together, our technologies make it so simple for radiology groups and their referring physicians to eliminate the manual fax workflows and expensive HL7 Interfaces, resulting in complete integration to Exa and fully automated clinical documents, orders and results.”

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