St. Joseph, Mo. — Mobile Data Software and AFP Imaging announced an agreement to develop software to fully integrate AFP's radiographic images into MDS's patient medical records.
ST. JOSEPH, MO. — Mobile Data Software and AFP Imaging announced an agreement to develop software to fully integrate AFP's radiographic images into MDS's patient medical records. The integration will be used to move dental, full-body digital and standard X-rays from AFP Imaging equipment to Mobile Data Software's VetInfo e-records medical notes program integrating seamlessly into patient medical files.
The software will provide veterinarians with a simple-to-use tool that will minimize the time required to manage and handle X-ray storage while providing a time-reducing method of retrieval for viewing or transfer to other doctors.
Mobile Data Software develops office application software for the veterinary industry; VetInfo is an Internet-based solution that provides practitioners with the ability to run a paperless practice.
Patient records, scheduling, boarding, contact information, management and inventory can all be maintained on the computer, the company says.
AFP Imaging introduced the DogiVet 1417, a whole-body computed radiography system that has reusable, X-ray sensitive plates that produces high-quality digital images on a high-resolution workstation.
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