A consolidated repository for clinical data, supporting effective collaboration


The Clinical Collaboration Platform automatically manages the lifecycle of clinical images and data across multiple sites, entities and storage tiers.


Clinical information is stored securely and optimized for performance and efficiency across each patient’s entire clinical journey.


Clinical images and data can be distributed to authorized users across the enterprise and beyond, supporting limitless collaboration.


The enterprise repository can serve as a vendor-neutral archive for your existing systems or as part of the full Clinical Collaboration Platform.


Confidently migrate clinical data from legacy archives into the Clinical Collaboration Platform, while maintaining industry standards that simplify future integration and growth.

How we do it

  • Vue Archive provides a multi-tier repository for data stored using XDS, XDS-I, DICOM, and HL-7 standards, as well as non-DICOM objects.

  • User-defined rules strike a balance between the need to access recent clinical information quickly and the need to minimize long-term storage costs.

  • The centralized user management portal implements SSL communication encryption or data encryption at the modality, site or pixel level to comply with patient privacy and legal requirements.

  • Data access can be granted or restricted on an individual basis, as defined by assigned permissions. Data can also be anonymized and shared throughout the enterprise.

Multiple Data Sources.

Modules and services

Remote System Monitoring

Full web-based management toolset including a real-time dashboard that can generate statistic reports, proactive system management alerts, and audit logs.

Take Over Service

Allows implementation of archive without data migration.

Vue Remote Management Services Portal

Imaging information on a predictable, pay-as-you-go basis.

Business Continuity Services

Enables data recovery, redundancy, reliability and business continuity. Clustered server configurations provide maximum availability or federated archives to enable an “always-on” complete view of clinical data.

Data Migration

Eliminates costly data migration and the need to purchase a new archive system when using Take Over Service. Minimizes disruption for end users.

Smart Storage

Virtualization and synchronization throughout the clinical lifecycle.

Tag Morphing

Allows for efficient management of metadata tagging.

Learn how Reggio Emilia Hospital implemented new IT tools from Caretsream Health to enable better clinical collaboration across the enterprise.

Download Whitepaper: Reggio Emila Case Study

Frequently asked questions

How do end users pull prior data from the vendor-neutral archive?

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.

What if I have another company’s PACS?

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.

What if I already have a Carestream PACS?

If you have a Carestream PACS, you already have an archive, but not an archive accessible and usable across other service lines, departments and organizations. A PACS manages clinical workflows and image viewing only within specific departments. In contrast, the Clinical Collaboration platform incorporates PACS data in the Enterprise Archive and makes it accessible to authorized users virtually anywhere.

How can we image-enable our EMR/EHR via the vendor-neutral archive module of the Clinical Collaboration Platform?

Our Zero-Footprint Universal Viewer can be embedded within the EMR/EHR, and has been cleared by the FDA for mobile use.

What clinical data should you be archiving, where, and for how long?
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