Johns Hopkins Selects Vital Images Viewer After Side-by-Side Vendor Comparison
October 22, 2013 — Vital Images Inc. remote image access/viewing software was selected by Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM) to integrate into JHM’s Epic electronic medical record (EMR) system. VitreaView was rated the highest in each of the evaluation categories, including performance, ease-of-use, user interface, clinical use and most recommended solution.
VitreaView helps physicians view images (DICOM and non-DICOM) from disparate databases across the enterprise. In addition, VitreaView provides physicians with easy-to-use, Web-based access to role-specific, patient-centric views of imaging history. The internal evaluation process and future plans at JHM were featured in an informatics grand rounds presentation.
VitreaView is designed for flexible deployment and leverages industry standards. It is also scalable, fault tolerant, and can be fully virtualized. VitreaView’s software-only platform is a zero-download, zero-footprint, browser and operating system independent solution. Users on different devices may access the functionality in VitreaView through multiple systems, including the Web or via EMR, EHR or portals.
Vital Images Inc., a Toshiba Medical Systems Group Company, is a provider of image advanced visualization and analysis software solutions.
For more information: www.vitalimages.com
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