Absolutely. There are different types of trials you may want to try.
PicSafe is free to use so simply download and give it a go.
One way of storing reports might be to setting up an email address for your institution (e.g. email@example.com) and getting users to send all reports there. y sending reports there, this then becomes a repository of all reports. To open reports you will need to send the report back to a mobile device that has PicSafe installed. We recognise that this may not be practical in some situations and therefore we have created Endpoint Integrations (see below).
Once you have set up the email address (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org), instruct users to do the following:
Now you can send reports to the email you set up. When you "Submit" a report the email dialogue will open, and the email address will be pre-populated.
Endpoint integration will be more relevant for those that operate the IT department of an institution (hospital, clinic, etc.). If you want to integrate PicSafe reports into a patients medical record, PicSafe provides a simple API to allow you to do so.
PicSafe provides a sample Endpoint application. You will need to write middleware to take reports uploaded to the endpoint an move them into your medical record system (PicSafe does not perform this integration). To trial this system, however, you do not need to set this up yet - we have a test endpoint setup, but please note, all reports are visible to the public. DO NOT USE IT FOR LIVE PATIENT DATA.
To test it out do the following:
Now you can send reports to the email you set up. The report will upload to the demo endpoint when you "Submit" the report. Once finished uploading, if you go to http://endpoint.picsafe.com/, you will see the report you uploaded. Obviously, under normal circumstances, a page like this would not be visible to the public.
For more details on how endpoints work and how to integrate PicSafe into medical record systems, please see the Integrations Section of this website.