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    Our Elevator Statement is:

    For vxVistA, vxPatient Picture is a graphical user interface that provides a simple patient picture capture process that will improve our service level to our customers at their first stage of patient encounter by providing a photo of the patient, so that the EMR staff can ensure that they are treating or dealing with the correct patient.  Unlike other EHR systems that do not capture the patient’s image, vxPatient Picture will provide an extra layer of validation and verification and improve the quality of care for our vxVistA customers.

     

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      Overview

      Patient Picture is a graphical user interface that provides a simple patient picture capture process that will improve the service level to your customers at their first stage of patient encounter by providing a photo of the patient, so that the EMR staff can ensure that they are treating or dealing with the correct patient. 

      Unlike other EHR systems that do not capture the patient’s image, vxPatient Picture will provide an extra layer of validation and verification and improve the quality of care for your customers.

      Extension Highlights:

      VistA integrated 

      Improves Efficiency 

      Extra layer for patient verification

      Extension Key Features:

      Capture pictures on demand 

      Crop pictures 

      Ability to update patient pictures 

      Set storage location at administrative level 

      Limit number of files per image subdirectory at administrative level 

      Security key required to capture and save patient pictures 

      DLL will call patient pictures for vxCPRS and vxBCMA.

      Learn More about vxPatient Picture

      Version: 1.0.4.1

      Release Notes

      Documentation

      Bug and Features Request Tracking

      ThevxHub Reference

      vxJourney Webinar

       

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