The FINANCIAL — ROCHESTER, N.Y. and LOS ANGELES, CA, July 25 — Kodak and MMRGlobal, Inc. today announced an agreement to supply Kodak’s document scanners for use with solutions offered by MMRGlobal in the healthcare industry.
MMRGlobal will provide physicians’ offices and mid-sized healthcare practices with the KODAK Scan Station Pro 550. The system comes with a version of the KODAK Capture Pro Software and MMR’s proprietary solution to digitize, archive and share patient charts.
The MMRPro Solution digitizes patient-related healthcare information from paper documents for use within MMRGlobal’s proprietary healthcare software platform. MMRGlobal’s MyMedicalRecords multilingual network includes more than 500,000 members. Deliveries of the new solution will begin immediately.
“Kodak and MMRGlobal have been working together for the past several years,” said Robert H. Lorsch, Chairman and CEO of MMRGlobal. “The plan is to offer the best in document management and imaging for healthcare professionals using the MMRPro Solution. The system allows physicians to have ready access to all their patient records on a PC or MAC system, iPad device or smartphone, anywhere at any time, making the MMRPro Solution one of the most versatile entry-level solutions to the implementation of an EMR system in a medical office.”
The MMRPro Solution uses an intuitive GUI touch panel that combines the MMRPro Software with the KODAK Scan Station Pro 550 to scan patient-related healthcare documents and deposit them in online folders to the specific format or tabs used in a practice. The software allows physicians to make updates to patient files via fax, email, file upload or telephone through secure, staff-based permissions. The Web-based system allows patients to securely access their medical records and other critical information in real-time through an integrated patient portal.
“Kodak continues to work with specialized solution providers like MMRGlobal to combine Kodak’s scanning systems with healthcare solutions that are aligned with the needs of healthcare professionals working to meet the rising demands and expectations of their patients,” said Tony Barbeau, General Manager, Document Imaging, Kodak’s Business Solutions and Services Group.