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Merge eMix™

A secure cloud solution for fast and easy image distribution


Merge eMix
Merge eMix provides an easy method to exchange patient images and information with outside healthcare institutions, providers, and physicians. All patient exams can be accessed from a single web portal in real time. Merge eMix is used by patients, doctors, attorneys, imaging centers, hospitals, clinical research organizations, and anyone else wanting to simply and securely transfer medical images and documents.
“We use Merge eMix on a daily basis, and it works out great for us.
Merge eMix is an efficient way for us to receive scans on time. It is very accessible and easy to use, and it has sped up our process of requesting prior scans tremendously.”
Cristiana Grant, Saltzer Imaging, Nampa, Idaho

With Merge eMix you can...

Make Better Care Decisions
Make Better Care Decisions
Allows access to patient images so that historical information is readily available for comparison. Make proper care decisions with the right information available at the right time.
Manage Costs
Manage Costs
Simplifies the process of paying for image uploads. With no hardware or software to purchase, and only a monthly subscription fee, exam distribution costs are substantially lower than burning CDs.
Increase Efficiency
Increase Efficiency
Provides an easy method to exchange patient images with outside healthcare institutions, providers, and physicians. All uploaded patient exams can be accessed from a single portal in real time.
Minimize IT Overhead
Minimize IT Overhead
Facilitates communication between facilities with a cost-effective secure cloud-based solution, eliminating the need to establish and maintain expensive custom interfaces, VPNs, or onsite
hardware servers.
 

 

What Our Clients Say...

“The ability to have patients or other healthcare facilities upload images directly through our website is a compelling proposition. Any individual – patient, doctor, or clinical staff – with web access will be able to use Merge eMix to send us radiological images and files.”

Adam Kielski, Seattle Children’s Hospital – Seattle, Washington

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