ZenSnap Mobile Integration

Wield Next-Gen Clinical Communication with Visible Light Imaging

Next-gen clinical communication and collaboration is at your fingertips!

Outfit smartphones and tablets throughout your enterprise with an app for securely capturing images at the point of care. Unifier includes the option to deploy ZenSnap by WinguMD, a mobile medical photography and collaboration solution. Users can capture images, label and organize data, collaborate with colleagues and import data into the PACS. ZenSnap facilitates user management with single sign-on integration and includes HIPAA usage and compliance audit reporting.


Medical Grade Photo Management

Image management and manipulation is straightforward with ZenSnap. You can empower your staff’s clinical work and academic research. Photos can be sized and contrast calibrated, accurately tracking a patient’s condition from day to day. The app is designed to easily integrate with your organization’s imaging workflow. Calibrated image data can be stored on either PACS or VNA via DICOM, as well as on EHR media storage. All fully associated with patient demographics and study information.

HIPAA Security

ZenSnap has been designed with technical safeguards in mind. HIPAA and HITECH security requirements are all accounted for. Electronic protected health information is sandboxed and encrypted on devices at all times. It is also transmitted over encrypted transport and processed on encrypted servers. Finally, it is stored on encrypted storage systems within HIPAA-certified Microsoft Azure facilities. You can choose facilities in the US or elsewhere, if desired. Keep better track of where clinical photos are kept. Use the access and change audit logs available via the proven SQL access. They are also accessible via ZenSnap’s web-based admin console.


ZenSnap is among the best in the industry when it comes to integration capabilities with DICOM, FHIR, HL7, and BOX. You can maintain your clinical data integrity and administrative safeguards while promoting efficient workflow. Optional MDMs such as MobileIron or Airwatch are available. Microsoft Active Directory Single Sign-On (SSO) can facilitate user on/off boarding. More complex DICOM/HL7 routing scenarios with EPIC, Cerner, and PACS IHE integrations are managed by DICOM Systems Unifier.


 Features of WinguMD-Unifier Integration

  • Features of ZenSnap-Unifier Integration

  • Seamless integration: Integrate ZenSnap with your hospital’s IT systems using industry standard DICOM, HL7, FHIR, plus BOX APIs.

  • Encounter-based: The app naturally organizes photos by patient encounters. Use the Smart Unified Search to search across different PACS and EHR systems from a single search field. Encounter Manager and Result Aggregator add-on services are built on Dicom Systems Unifier.

  • Beyond photo capture: The smart document scanner mode can scan printed orders. Use the smart search to capture all the visual facts on the spot.

  • Smart size recognizer: Your phone can also be a size measurement device. Track pre- and post-op healing processes.

  • Secure team messaging: Prevent security risks from HIPAA-violating texts or emails.

Features of WinguMD





Intuitive workflow for capturing & collaborating on visible light imaging

Nicklaus Children’s Hospital is one of the best children’s hospitals in the United States. It has been consistently recognized by U.S. News & World Report’s ‘Best Children’s Hospitals’ edition. No other hospital in Florida has more ranked specialties in the 2018-19 report. In 2018 it was also recognized as a CHIME #1 ‘Most Wired’ hospital. That’s because it has the largest pediatric teaching program in the southeastern U.S.

Additionally, it boasts a track record of leading healthcare IT. Nicklaus Children’s has more than 440,000 outpatient visits a year, and performs 168,000 imaging studies. With all that data, it’s not only imperative to integrate a robust system to prevent unauthorized access to patient data. It’s also important to make sure that those who do have access can easily find all the data they need. That means making sure images taken all go to the same place– where the security rules apply, obviously.



  • In some specialties, smartphone images were inaccessible to providers during future patient encounters. This was because they weren’t being sent to the enterprise archive. This impeded the tracking of some conditions’ progression.
  • Clinical collaboration was hindered by a lack of reliable access to encounter-based imaging. This was a problem for members of multidisciplinary care teams.
  • EHR integration workflow for visible light imaging was not intuitive. It required manual data entry, which resulted in a high rate of inaccuracy from errors.


Nicklaus Children’s adopted Unifier and the integrated functionality of ZenSnap, a mobile medical photography and collaboration solution. ZenSnap allows users to capture images, label and organize data, collaborate with colleagues, and import data into hospital systems.

Elise Hermes, Chief Nursing Information Officer at Nicklaus, said: “Nicklaus Children’s is excited about the communication tools and interdisciplinary collaboration WinguMD provides. Before the app was deployed, clinical photos were manually processed and stored in multiple devices. Our key drivers and intended outcomes are quality, continuity, security, and integration. WinguMD answers the needs of our care teams. It is a single, seamless solution for clinical photos.”


  • Created custom workflows for multidisciplinary specialists
  • Phased rollout for specific pathologies
  • Replaced SLR cameras with hospital-sanctioned mobile devices that auto-sync data
  • Images captured at the point of care are automatically added to the EHR


  • Clinicians now have faster, more intuitive viewing workflow for images captured at the point of care
  • Everyone has straightforward access to all types of imaging through the EHR, meaning:
  • Multidisciplinary teams can more easily collaborate
  • The organization can support BYOD via a compliant, secure, and remote solution for enterprise-wide mobile device management
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