Collection and provision of medical case data in the organization's own portal

The telemedicine record is a generic web-based telemedicine portal for the exchange of multimedia documents (e.g. reports, laboratory results, DICOM images). It can be adjusted individually to specific requirements (data model, forms, workflow).
It is possible to reflect various scenarios of use such as 

  • Remote data entry system for multicenter studies with DICOM images
  • Portal for the inter-sectoral exchange of multimedia patient data
  • Electronic case record for specific patient populations

In all scenarios, consultations between users play an important role. A strict safety concept ensures compliance with the relevant legal requirements

Features

  • Telemedicine portal with integrated image viewing
  • Collection, viewing and administration of patient data
  • Upload and download of DICOM images and any files
  • Forwarding of patient data and images to referring and consulting physicians

Benefits

  • Low workload for IT management due to standardization of external interfaces
  • Efficiency in communication with external partners
  • Retention of referring physicians increases business
  • Better reputation due to professional external presentation

References/Case studies

  • Various projects for rare diseases (CIOffice, Göttingen)
  • Heidelberg Ion Beam Therapy Center (HIT)
  • More than ten hospitals in the environments of Stuttgart in telemedicine
  • MetroRAD portal for referring physicians of the Hamburg-Eppendorf University Hospital



Suitable products

The CHILI solutions are based on modules for communication, storage and visualization of multimedial medical data. They are in compliance with international standards and were developed under a quality management system according to ISO 13485 and ISO 9001 and are FDA 510(k) approved. The modules can easily be integrated in applications from other manufacturers.

Features

  • Quality-tested according to international standards
  • Modular
  • Based on international standards (DICOM, HL7, IHE)
  • Platform-independent

Benefits

  • Save costs by using modules that have been proven in use for many years
  • Establish interoperability of own products
  • Reduce time-to-market of new products

The Telemedical Records is a portal for a patient-oriented view on a patient's case data. Users access to patient data using a web browser and are able to share them with other users of the system. 

It is possible to configure individual forms for the records.  

Any file types can either be filled out interactively or uploaded by web upload and attributed to cases. Moreover, the record is able to receive data per DICOM or HL7 from other information systems and to export them.

User scenarios are telemedical case records or  Remote Data Entry Systems (RDE) for clinical trials. 

The extended administration involves a web-based editor for the generation and modification of data structures and forms for  telemedical records.  New forms are prepared by trained staff from the customer or by CHILI based on a service contract.

Features

  • Electronic Medical Record with medical images 
  • Collect, view and administer patient data 
  • Upload and download DICOM images 
  • Forwarding of patient data and images to referring and consulting physicians  
  • Specialist consultation workflow for easy communication among experts
  • User administration with individual user rights

Benefits

  • Fast implementation and minimal administration for IT staff
  • Involvement of healthcare partners in clinical routine or in clinical trials
  • Extended services raise reputation
  • The institution becomes more competitive

This viewer is part of the CHILI web server and runs on the internet browser.  In connection with a validated monitor, the software can also be used for interpretation.

Features

  • Visualization and interpretation (with validated monitor)
  • Can be integrated into other information systems
  • Image compression (precompressed or dynamically during data transmission)
  • Encrypted data transmission between server and client
  • Operating system-independent and browser-independent

Benefits

  • Alleviation of workload for IT, since no installation is required on clients
  • Internal and external availability of all images
  • Ideal for teleradiology according to German x-ray ordinance
  • Availability of images and reports for referring physicians

This viewer is an operating system-independent web viewer for mobile terminal devices e.g. iPad, iPhone (Apple) or devices with Android operating systems. It supports both medical users and PACS administrators at the institution and on the way.

Features

  • Hardware- and operating system-independence due to web technology (HTML5)
  • Zero footprint principle (no installation, no own data storage on the client)
  • Viewer functions: Zoom, pan, level/window, annotations, display of findings, e.g.
  • Admin functions: PACS system monitoring, authorizations, releases and others
  • Mobile image acquisition via integrated camera and attribution to the specific case

Benefits

  • Easy integration into existing HIS/RIS/PACS 
  • Can be called via URL from electronic medical record 
  • Operating system-independent and terminal device-independent (Apple, Android,...) 
  • Safety due to encryption and rapidity due to compression
  • No app - but HTML5 
Contracts
Time period
Features
Benefits
Contracts
Time period

Monday to Friday
8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Features
  • Answering questions on operation and configuration
  • Proactive flaw detection
  • Troubleshooting
  • Installation of updates and upgrades free of charge
Benefits
  • Support with all questions on PACS operation
  • No need to build own know-how for operating systems, databases, etc.
  • Free-of-charge updates and upgrades to new versions
Contracts
Time period

Daily
8:00 am to 5:00 pm

In addition:
Support even on weekends and bank holidays in the case of serious incidents

Contracts
Time period

Daily
Twenty-four-seven

In addition:
Round-the-clock support on all days in the case of serious incidents

According to the German x-ray ordinance (RöV) teleradiology systems must be approved by a qualified person prior to initial operation and tested for consistency in the course of operation. The records have to be disclosed to the competent authority upon request.

Features

  • Acceptance and consistency testing according to QS-RL as well as DIN 6868-157
  • Records of results as a PDF

Benefits

  • We advise on the preparation of test data sets
  • Training of employees for own consistency testing
  • Automatic consistency testing in the teleradiology software on each working day
  • Submission of test records to the competent authority