San Francisco General Hospital Chooses DISCO To Eliminate Paper Based Release of Information! 

November 2012 – Laguna Hills, CA

Data Distributing is proud to announce that the fully automated and secured DISCO solution, has been purchased by San Francisco General Hospital for their releases of information.

“We are very pleased that S.F General Hospital has chosen DISCO to fulfill all digital ROI requests”, says Nancy Fisher, President and CEO of Data Distributing. “San Francisco General Hospital wanted to dramatically reduce the cost of paper, toner and manual operations, but also protect the privacy and integrity of each and every patient medical information as it left the hospital. DISCO was integrated to work with their EMR system and automatically create copies on CD, thermally print the labels and password protect the sensitive information”


DISCO is an intelligent, digital (ROI) chart copy solution that produces patient record copies on disc for medical records departments whether they are EMR-based, paper-based, or a hybrid of both. DISCO performs HL7 queries and retrieves patient information from the HIS or EMR, creating on-demand digital copies of either full charts or specific encounters, and burns the patient data to a Rimage Disc Publishing system. The unique software also protects the security of the data. Additionally, DISCO indelibly prints the appropriate patient data directly on the CD for easy identification and quick shipment. For additional information about DISCO, please visit

About Data Distributing

Founded in 1984, Data Distributing develops innovative, digital and DICOM solutions, along with integration and professional services, to a growing number of facilities, OEMs and channel partners worldwide. This international company, headquartered in California, creates solutions that are used by hundreds of leading medical centers. For additional information on Data Distributing, please call (949) 598-1880 extension 1218, or visit Data Distributing’s website at