Intuitive clinical content management workflow for the enterprise.

  • Overview

    Close knowledge gaps and coordinate disjointed workflows. Deliver complete, patient-centered views of clinical imaging data across departments and sites. Give every stakeholder a platform for meaningful collaboration across the continuum of care.
  • Capture

    The process begins with data capture and ingestion. The Clinical Collaboration Platform works with or without departmental PACS, and with DICOM and non-DICOM interfaces accepting data in JPG, MOV, MP4, PDF, CCD and ECG formats. Whether it’s mobile capture or legacy modalities, you can add relevant patient data using zero-footprint order entry that can be easily added to the patient-centered record.
  • Manage

    Access clinical acquisition management anytime, anywhere from the web portal. This standards-based module accommodates the information flow, quality control and tagging needs of each department while maintaining departmental autonomy. The Clinical Collaboration Platform interoperates within your current ecosystem using protocols such as IHE, HL7, DICOM, FHIR and web services to index raw metadata into structured, meaningful clinical content.
  • Archive

    Clinically meaningful data is stored in the enterprise repository. Intelligent information lifecycle management enables storage and access not just for each patient encounter, but for the cycles of care that make up each patient’s complete clinical history. Tiered storage and backups optimize performance according to the value of clinical data.
  • Collaborate

    An intuitive, zero-footprint universal viewer module supports effective collaboration, with clinical reading, reporting and distribution tools tailored to each user’s needs. The Clinical Collaboration Platform isn’t just for clinicians, administrators and IT managers. It also provides a portal for patients to encourage greater participation in their own healthcare. And it helps simplify management and reduce costs by enabling more efficient reporting to payers with a real-time business dashboard.

A modular, interoperable ecosystem for clinical images and data.

  • Departmental PACS + Distribution

    If a healthcare provider needs to digitize clinical content into an existing EMR, the Clinical Collaboration Platform can provide standards-based data ingestion and management to complement specific diagnostic viewers. It also connects departmental data with its Vendor-Neutral Archive and Universal Viewer.

  • Departmental Workflow

    If a healthcare provider has an EMR with patient record creation, as well as the ability to share and distribute clinical images, the Clinical Collaboration Platform can offer centralized clinical acquisition management services and reduce storage costs with vendor-neutral archiving services.

  • Vendor Neutral Archiving (VNA)

    If a healthcare provider has an EMR with patient record creation and departmental PACS, the Clinical Collaboration Platform can federate various data sources into vendor-neutral archiving with the enterprise/universal viewer or by image-enabling the EMR.

  • EMR Enabled Access

    If a healthcare provider has an EMR with patient record creation, data capture capabilities, the ability to manage clinical data acquisition and archive data, Clinical Collaboration Platform can offer a zero-footprint Universal Viewer that is FDA approved for clinical reading, even on mobile devices.

  • Full Platform

    The Clinical Collaboration Platform can be implemented as the entire platform, or its specific vendor-neutral modules can be integrated with existing solutions.

Context.
Accessibility.
Relevance.
Select a stakeholder to learn more.
  • Access to the patient’s full medical history, plus side-by-side access to the data relevant for each specialty, helps clinicians work together for more coordinated care.

  • With access to clinical information, exams and reports, patients can help physicians develop more effective evaluation and treatment plans, taking greater ownership of their own care.

  • The ability to manage clinical data holistically gives executives more agility for mitigating risk, improving quality and planning for future needs based on improved business insight.

  • Data-mining relevant information for review in real-time dashboards and other compliance and reporting systems helps ensure data transparency for tracking quality outcomes.

  • “It is critical to have a platform that is *open* to all kinds of media, since any partial solution would not reach a sufficient ‘critical mass’ to justify the investment.” 

    - Marco Foracchia, PhD, IT Medical Systems Manager

  • “The system allows onsite clinicians to discuss any findings with me in real time. I can log in wherever I may be, and they can log in at the hospital. We can both look at the imaging together and discuss any issues.”

    -Dr. Quaiser Malik, Consultant Radiologist, Spire Healthcare

  • “We are definitely seeing patients shopping for imaging and I think MyVue enhances our ability to attract those patients. And, if we can save around $15,000 each year because we offer this service to patients, and we also save time for them and in their own operation, those are good benefits.”

    - Dr. Randall Stenoien, C.E.O., Houston Medical Imaging

  • “For example, endoscopy exams, which are often tied to oncology follow-up, are a critical part of patient care, yet they’re only stored on the equipment itself. Having concurrent image access with report distribution is providing physicians the relevant clinical information they need for diagnosis.”

    - Dr. Sassatelli, Director of Gastroenterology and the Digestive Endoscopy Unit

The right images.
The right People.
The Right Time.

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