Cloud file uploads

Zedmed Cloud's My Files feature allows you to upload files from your local PC to Zedmed, and to save and manage those files.

There are 3 folders available:

  • Home Folder - contains files the user uploaded and these files move with the user when they log in at different locations. 
  • Temporary Files folder - used to upload a file from your PC to the cloud so you can then add the file to a patient's record.
  • Zedmed Scans Folder - a folder that is linked to Clinical's Scans folder, which is used for incoming documents in Zedmed.

Upload a local file and attach it to a patient 

This scenario explains how to upload a file from your local PC to the cloud and then attach it to a patient file in Zedmed.

To upload a patient file:

  1. Select My Files from the Zedmed Cloud menu.
    The My Files window will open.
  2. Select Temporary Files.
  3. Select Upload Files.
  4. On your local PC, browse to the file you want to upload.
  5. Select and upload the file
    The file will appear in the Temporary Files cloud folder.
  6. Open the patient's record in Zedmed.
  7. Select the Attachments tab under Summary Views.
  8. Select the paperclip icon.
    A Temporary Files folder will open.
  9. Select and Open the file.
    The file is now in the patient's Attachment tab.

Upload a locally scanned image to the Scan folder

This scenario explains how to upload an image from a scanner attached to your PC. Network scanned images will automatically save to the Scan folder.

To upload a locally scanned image:

  1. Scan the file to a location on our PC.
  2. Select My Files from the Zedmed Cloud menu.
    The My Files window will open.
  3. Select the Zedmed Scans Folder.
  4. Select Upload File.
  5. Browse to the scanned file on your local PC.
  6. Select and upload the file
    The file will appear in the Zedmed Scans Folder.
    Files in the Zedmed Scans Folder will appear in Clinical's Scan folder.
    From here you can manage and assign scans.