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moving an xray from attachments to OMS imaging

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We are currently experimenting with attaching an x-ray to a patient before they are converted.  After the patient is converted is there an easy way to move the x-ray from attachments to OMS imaging.  The only way we could come up with is to double click the x-ray in attachments, choose the save option, save the x-ray to the desk top.  Then open OMS imaging and import as usual.  We are hoping to cut down the number of steps.

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Re: moving an xray from attachments to OMS imaging

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Currently, your method is the only way to move a scanned image from a patients chart into the imaging Software The only other methods I can think of that may be easier would be

  1. To print out the image and scan it into the Imaging software or

  2. Create an actual patient chart instead of a walkin chart that way the image can be saved directly into the imaging software.

Option 2 might be a good one for you since option 1 would not be good for a paperless office and the image quality may degrade once it is printed.

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Re: moving an xray from attachments to OMS imaging

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@ronschindler to you by chance know, or know of any imaging trainer we could ask?

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Re: moving an xray from attachments to OMS imaging

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Currently, your method is the only way to move a scanned image from a patients chart into the imaging Software The only other methods I can think of that may be easier would be

  1. To print out the image and scan it into the Imaging software or

  2. Create an actual patient chart instead of a walkin chart that way the image can be saved directly into the imaging software.

Option 2 might be a good one for you since option 1 would not be good for a paperless office and the image quality may degrade once it is printed.

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