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Self-Service Kiosk Equips Patients to Share Medical Data

By HospiMedica International staff writers
Posted on 05 Jan 2016
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The Carestream MyVue Center Self-Service Kiosk
The Carestream MyVue Center Self-Service Kiosk (Photo courtesy of Carestream Health)
An innovative prototype kiosk allows patients to share medical and radiology reports and output their medical images onto paper, radiographic film, or a USB device.

The Carestream MyVue Center Self-Service Kiosk is a point of care (POC) access device that allows patients to view and share their medical images and radiology reports from a variety of web-enabled devices, including laptops, tablets, mobile phones, or from any healthcare facility electronic medical record (EMR) portal. Patients can thus gain rapid, convenient access to medical exam information by utilizing a secure method of identification, and select the medical images or radiology reports they want to output.

Facilities that already provide a Carestream MyVue Patient Portal service that install a MyVue Center can allow their patients to share access to their medical images and reports with physicians, friends, or family members from the kiosk using a unique and secure log-in access code generated by the patient portal that is emailed to each patient after their exam. Both the MyVue Patient Portal and the MyVue Center systems are products of Carestream (Rochester, NY, USA), and employ globally accepted security protocols to ensure patient privacy.

The system is not available for commercial sale at this time.

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