Epic is the information backbone for most of the largest integrated health systems in the world. Epic’s applications support functions related to patient care, including registration and scheduling, clinical systems for doctors, nurses, and emergency personnel, systems for lab technologists, pharmacists, and radiologists, and billing systems for insurers.
Completely connected with Epic’s array of products including Hyperspace, CareLink, MyChart, Radiant, and more, Ambra integrates inbound and outbound imaging to all of Epic’s touch-points. Ambra provides instant access to imaging from directly within the Epic Hyperspace patient jacket, connecting with order management, integrating image upload/access, and image-enabling referring physician portals.
Direct integration between Epic Hyperspace and Ambra makes it simple to upload and/or access patient imaging from within the Epic patient jacket.
The Ambra web uploader can be quickly embedded into the Epic CareLink physician portal for image upload and digital routing of imaging together with associated data to the main provider.
Ambra connects with Epic Radiant to streamline the order management process, automatically create the order, handle querying, matching and applying orders to studies, eliminate re-keying, and reduce the risk of redundant studies.
Imaging integration with Epic MyChart enables patients to upload their imaging themselves eliminating the need to distribute imaging via CD.
Leading healthcare providers like Rush University Medical Center, Texas Health Resources, Stanford Children’s Health, and Lahey Hospital & Medical Center, are taking their Epic investments to the next level by image-enabling with Ambra. Both Rush University, a 600+ bed academic medical center in Chicago, and Lahey Hospital & Medical Center, a physician-led, nonprofit group practice with 5,500 staff across multiple locations, have integrated Ambra with their Epic Radiant (RIS) deployments. They’re both using Ambra to streamline the order process and gain a unified for experience for their physicians: