This article describes the developed architecture of the system module for processing and interpreting analog medical data. Patients often undergo examinations in various medical institutions, and since their results are often handed out to the patient in printed form, the receiving institution transfers them to its database manually. There is also a tendency to completely refuse analog media and use only digital ones. But in this case, another problem appears-either loss or conversion of the accumulated analog base into digital format. These days, automatic document management systems for medical institutions-Health information systems (HIS)-are actively developing. The software module developed in accordance with the architecture described in the article can be used by developers of various HIS to automate the work with analog data. If it is necessary, it can also be freely expanded by adding new modules for working with various analog data. In this article, we take ECG scans and medical test results as examples of such data. As a result of the work undertaken the prototype of the designed system was developed and tested.