HEALTHCARE CONNECTIONS WITH HL7 & DICOM

In today’s world of ubiquitous technology and connectivity, the healthcare system still frequently relies on email, fax, and paper to share information.

Connecting your imaging center with your customers to send their orders, and receive your reports electronically, or your hospital radiology department to seamless integrate with your EMR, Nuba can assist with your integrations needs.

If you want to learn more about HL7, please check out the videos in our tutorial

Or contact us to help with the design, implementation and testing of all your integrations

Connecting your scheduling system with your acquisition stations (modalities e.g. US, MR, CT, etc) not only saves your time staff to focus on your patients, but it also eliminates data entry errors that can be quite costly to your operations.Contact us to learn more how Nuba’s DICOM Modality Worklist can help you

HL7 offers four different primary HL7 standard message types, depending of your special business field you Typically use only a subset of those

Patient Administration (ADT) admit, discharge, transfer, Orders (ORMs), Results (ORUs), Charges (DFTs)

HL7 Version 2, (HL7-V2) is the most widely used messaging standard for exchange of patient care and clinical information. It is a database query language that enables healthcare providers to send messages requesting and containing health data.

HL7 Version 3 (HL7-V3) did not find many users in the US because the related cost for the user to switch from an existing version 2 interface to the new version 3 standard are high for everybody. One part in version 3 is called CDA (Clinical Document Architecture). Only this part has found a large audience in many US hospitals. Most providers found a way to add only this functionality to their existing HL7-V2 interfaces.

Nuba LLC started their operations on October 1st, 2013

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