Visit IMMJ Systems on stand D60 at ehi LIVE 2017 to find out how MediViewer can help deliver a paperless NHS

IMMJ Systems will be showcasing its new generation electronic document management system MediViewer at  ehi LIVE 2017.

ehi LIVE is the UK’s leading event for digital health, hospital information, cyber security and healthcare innovation.

More than 4,000 professionals dedicated to IT healthcare will attend ehi LIVE to discuss frontline use of healthcare technology, and over 150 exhibitors will showcase leading solutions and products shaping the future of the healthcare industry.

With a CPD Accredited Conference track and a host of features including Knowledge Hub, the Knowledge & Security Hub and the ehi AWARDS, the event will be where CIO’s, CCIO’s, CEO’s and Board Members meet and discuss how concepts such as Cloud, Wearables, Informatics, Big Data, Security and Social Media can improve patient care and create smarter hospitals.

MediViewer will help NHS trusts and other healthcare providers cut the costs of storing paper records and give clinicians a full view of the patient, so they can deliver safer, better quality care and achieve the vision of a paperless NHS.

The document management solution enables clinicians to easily access scanned patient records with a user-friendly interface and intuitive indexing, making critical documents easier to find.

Fully mobile and touchscreen-enabled, MediViewer can be used on any device, and presents information in a logical, episodic context. Clinicians can find information in the context of how it was created, and link to related information quickly and easily.

Clinicians can filter the information and use document taxonomies at multiple levels. They can also personalise the system so that it presents patient information by specific ward or clinic.

MediViewer brings benefits to digitised paper records by automatically recognising key clinical documentation. MediViewer can index documents with or without barcodes by assigning intelligent metadata to reduce the need for manual content tagging.

With comprehensive security and audit features, role-based access and a platform-neutral architecture, MediViewer can integrate with standards-compliant systems for messaging and external document feeds which enables BS10008 compliance.

“We have designed an easy-to-use system alongside UK healthcare professionals so that they can rapidly reap the benefits of being paperless, and without the prospect of large upfront costs or wholesale process change that is often associated with such projects.” said IMMJ Systems CEO Michael van de Weg.

“MediViewer is a smarter, more efficient approach to digitising healthcare information for NHS trusts and other healthcare providers. We look forward to showing them what it has to offer at the UK’s leading digital health show and I urge all healthcare providers who are looking to digitise their patient records to come and visit our stand.”

By being a full-stack solution, MediViewer can be deployed without the need for third party software licenses and maintenance. This makes implementation quicker and much more straightforward.

Visit IMMJ Systems on stand D60 to find out how MediViewer can help deliver a paperless NHS. You can also contact IMMJ Systems in advance of the show to arrange a demonstration.

Register your free visit for ehi LIVE 2017 today!

To arrange a demonstration please call: 0203 053 8599 or email:

About IMMJ Systems
IMMJ Systems develops scalable, intelligent information solutions for healthcare that deliver real value. The company has been built on the core experience of the management team having worked for many years in healthcare, technology and business transformation. Together they share a vision of taking a pragmatic approach to electronic document and records management for hospitals and other healthcare providers across both the NHS and private sector.

For further details:
Visit:  Tel: 0203 053 8599
Email:  Twitter: @immjsystems

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