November 15, 2023Read More
Hutchinson, KS, Jun 2, 2021 — PocketHealth, developer of healthcare’s most unique electronic image sharing technology, announced today that Hutchinson Regional Healthcare System has expanded its progressive approach to digital healthcare by giving patients access to their diagnostic imaging records through the PocketHealth platform.
Hutchinson Regional Healthcare System (HRHS) is a completely digital imaging facility with visionary leadership. Over 40 years ago, HRHS combined two competing hospitals into one entity; a merger that was one of the first of its kind in the nation. Today, the Imaging Services team has over 100 years of combined imaging technologist experience, providing CT, MRI, ultrasound, fluoroscopy, nuclear medicine and interventional radiology procedures. The Joint Commission has awarded HRHS six Gold Seal of Approval accreditations, a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to safe and effective care.
PocketHealth is a diagnostic image sharing platform that gives healthcare providers the ability to share diagnostic images with patients, physicians and other healthcare organizations through an easy-to-use online experience. Deployed at over 500 healthcare facilities ranging from imaging centers and community hospitals to multi-site health systems, PocketHealth creates an infrastructure that enables healthcare providers to send and receive imaging records without the use of networks or CDs.
“We are excited to launch PocketHealth at Hutchinson Regional Healthcare System to provide our patients with an outstanding digital image sharing experience that eliminates CDs from the process,” said Raleigh White, Director of Imaging Services at HRHS. “Compared to other solutions, PocketHealth was a clear winner for us as it underscores our commitment to delivering innovative solutions that improve patient care.”
“Hutchinson Regional Healthcare System has demonstrated a truly inspiring approach to digital imaging. They have established an impressively cutting-edge imaging department that recognizes the value of patient-centric care,” said Rishi Nayyar, Co-Founder and CEO of PocketHealth. “We are very excited to work with this forward-thinking organization and support their dedication to continuous improvement through technology adoption.”
PocketHealth is a patient-centric cloud platform that enables healthcare providers to share imaging records electronically with patients, instantly and securely. The platform has grown its functionality to enable direct sharing to hospitals and physicians, as well as instant DICOM retrieval and automated importing capability, creating a unified image management solution for over 500 hospitals and imaging clinics across North America. PocketHealth believes that by placing patients at the centre of the record release process, data moves more ethically, easily and securely throughout the care journey. Learn more at www.pocket.health