Metadata tagging allows a specialist (such as a radiologist) to retrieve prior data from the local ancillary PACS using the Clinical Collaboration Platform. Metadata is archived immediately, with pixel data streamed and tunneled for optimum performance. Regardless of the data source, metadata tagging provides a meaningful context to clinical data to users across the Clinical Collaboration Platform ecosystem.
Likely, your company already has another vertical workflow management system in place, which may or may not include a vendor-neutral archive. Because the workflow is customized for the needs of a particular department, your PACS can’t effectively serve the needs of users beyond that department who need access to clinical information using their own preferred systems and methods. The Clinical Collaboration Platform is designed to bridge these gaps, providing clinical information within a context that is meaningful to users across your healthcare enterprise and beyond.
If you have a Carestream PACS installed with Vue Archive, then, you already have a radiology archive capable of becoming an enterprise repository, but not yet accessible and usable across other service lines, departments and organizations. Work with your Carestream team to understand how the Vue Archive can ingest other data formats from other departments.
Our Zero-Footprint Universal Viewer can be embedded within the EMR/EHR, and has been cleared by the FDA for mobile use.