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Healthcare industry overview

This industry needs a modern solution to address real-world challenges


The medical system is faced with the outstanding task of managing the surging volume and increased dispersion of administrative data while also providing fast and effective medical services.

Every 2 years healthcare data has an increase of 300% and unfortunately only 28% of the hospitals are scanning all patient records.

This industry needs a modern healthcare solution to address real-world challenges, needs to use electronic conversion solutions on a daily base in compliance with legal regulations and be able to access all the electronic information any time, everywhere connectivity exists (including mobile devices), but also to reduce costs with paper based workflows.


  • The number of computer tomography (CT) scans and the number of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans rose dramatically. A municipal hospital carries out around 30,000 and a university hospital as many as around 100,000 scans per year.
  • Along with the number of scans, data volumes increase too. Modern imaging systems now not only supply more images; they do so at a higher resolution than a few years ago. Switch from 8- to 64-line computer tomography and data volumes increase ten-to fifteen fold, and while an MRI scan with a resolution of 256 x 256 pixels gets by with around four megabytes, an X-ray with a resolution of 3,540 x 4,740 pixels is thirty times larger at around 120 megabytes. If several scans are conducted for radiology, cardiology or neurosurgery departments, a single patient can account for up to a terabyte of data. So the capacity of conventional storage systems is soon exhausted.
  • Data compression procedures may be growing more and more powerful, but experts estimate that the storage capacity requirement for medical imaging data will increase by 70 percent to 80 percent per year.
  • It is not just data volumes that are on the increase; statutory retention periods are also growing longer. In radiotherapy and X-ray therapy, for example, some data must be kept for up to 30 years from the last treatment date. These lengthy periods cause problems. Due to the short service life of storage media they need to be replaced at least once a decade as a rule. Over a retention period of 30 years this means that an X-ray image must at the best of times be transferred to new hardware three times. In the least favorable case the system will need to be changed more frequently because the storage requirement trend for imaging data is hard to calculate and the solutions designed are therefore too small or too large. The consequence is renewed procurement and financing of hardware and costly migration processes.
  • Although more digital imaging information is available than ever before, doctors often have no opportunity to use this data jointly. Many hospitals and medical practices still use proprietary systems that cannot share data with other solutions.

Solution profiles for Healthcare industry

Designed to help healthcare businesses to be successful in a changing digital world

Solution Profile  1

Supplier Invoice Processing

Invoices received from suppliers can be processed quickly and efficiently by using this solution, which helps both the specialized financial departments, and the persons that order and receive goods and services. The solution allows the automatic processing of invoices from suppliers and their "linking" to the order or agreement, as well as the associated reception notification. Using BPMS type techniques and electronic archiving, it manages current invoices, as well as the invoices from the historical archive and their associated documents (NVR, Notices, Difference protocol). The solution allows as well the synchronization of invoice associated metadata and the creation of links...
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Solution Profile  2

Digital Mailroom and Correspondence Management

Transform your mailroom into a valuable strategic asset for your organization. With enterprise class functionalities for registration, scanning, data capture and automatic document routing capabilities your knowledge workers can harness the entire power of information exactly when they need it for better and faster business decisions.   Digital Mailroom Use advanced document capture, classification, data extraction and business workflow integration to digitize and intelligently route all of your company correspondence reducing cost, freeing up valuable resources and improving business productivity.   Electronic Registry Eliminate the risk of losing documents or erroneous classification using a companywide centralized electronic registry ensuring document...
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Solution Profile  3

Property Documentation Management

Technical Locations Management  - customers' documents are imported and managed in the folder structure of this application, based on a client classification periodically imported from ERP. Their organization is realized according to the distribution network that they belong to. For each new document, the system automatically generates a unique registration number.
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Solution Profile  4

Electronic Archive Management

StarCapture application transforms paper documents into electronic documents and extracts the useful information, allowing later quick access and capitalizing them throughout the organization, reduce the storage costs and the use of paper documents.
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Solution Profile  5

Virtual Data Room

Financial institutions continue to struggle with information overload and paper processing. Legacy systems can’t manage all types of content that are part of the case. Virtual customer file is thus the right solution. What is a Virtual Customer File? Contains processes, tasks, data and documents; Some activities can be shared by multiple users; Declares reached milestones; All aspects are visible; Contains policies for decisions and how information is managed; Collaborations - accounting for how and why decisions were made.
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Solution Profile  6

Medical Archive Management

Combined with the distribution of data in disparate silos that neither share nor integrate results an IT ecosystem that is increasingly anarchic and harder to manage: Departmental systems with islands of storage and access points; No enterprise-wide consolidation of information; Integrating services require complex and multiple data interfaces; Legacy system lock-in; Complex data management and low utilization that leads to increased wastage and higher cost of ownership.
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