Leafsprout offers software solutions that enable secure storage, sharing and viewing of health records and imaging exams across the enterprise, region or nation. We connect and correlate information from existing silos (e.g., multiple EHRs, PACSs, RISs, LISs) to present a cohesive view of the patient's health record — for providers, payors, patients, researchers, disease-centric registries. Your enterprise can continue to use its favourite presentation tools and apps (e.g., local EMR or PACS) to display the records the way you prefer.

Focus Areas

Digital Health Suite

Digital Health Suite is an eHealth software platform designed for environments where patient's health record can be spread across clinical systems from many different vendors - e.g., multiple EHRs, PACS - within a single enterprise, or across multiple cooperating enterprises. The Suite is the foundation on top of which Leafsprout's clinical solutions are built. It is applicable to and used by a variety of healthcare enterprises: from a small independent clinic to a regional network of 100+ hospitals.

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Digital Health Suite

Store, archive, view and share imaging exams and reports within the enterprise and between enterprises. Prefetch relevant external priors or deeply archived priors into connected PACS systems. Aggregate information from all connected RIS systems to assemble radiology worklist and automate a wide range of workflows. Manage encounter-based (unscheduled) image acquisitions from portable modalities/devices and make the ad-hoc exams part of patient's record.

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Digital Health Suite

Capture clinical content coming from all connected information systems, e.g., multiple EHRs, LISs, HISs, etc, to attain a complete view of patient's non-imaging health record. Various formats of clinical content are supported, e.g., CDA/CCD documents, HL7 integrations, FIHR integrations, etc. Partition the data into clinical perspectives/specialties (e.g., labs, oncology, etc) and make it available to the enterprise, external enterprises, patients, specialists, etc.

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Our Users Say

... a welcome evolution in our quest to provide more seamless care across health authorities. The benefits I have seen so far:
  1. More meaningful comparisons to studies performed in the remote past from other health authorities;
  2. Reduced imaging in cases where abnormalities have been previously characterized, or when stability of lesions can be demonstrated over a few years;
  3. Ability to compare with baseline/pretreatment examinations performed at outside health authorities, increasing radiologist confidence of disease recurrence or stability.
  4. Evolution of lesions demonstrated over serial exams at various health authorities aid in diagnostic confidence and management decisions.
  5. Speed and simplicity and integrating these studies into our existing workflow ”
–-Dr. R. Naidoo, MD, FRCPC Ridge Meadows Hospital

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