Technology | April 07, 2015

Paxeramed Introduces PaxeraUltima360 Platform at HIMSS 2015

Platform consolidates medical image data from multiple departments into master directory

April 7, 2015 — Boston-based medical imaging developer Paxeramed Corp. will introduce its PaxeraUltima360° enterprise-class and vendor neutral platform during the 2015 Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) annual conference. The platform can consolidate medical image data from multiple imaging departments into a master directory reaching radiologists, clinicians and patients.

PaxeraUltima3600 will come with real-time collaboration tools that allows specialists to group chat, share studies and consult with each other without leaving the unified interface. The incorporated Universal Viewer can manage both DICOM and non-DICOM data and helps clinicians make more informed decisions through multi-ology, multi-site reading

The platform will also provide patients with access to their medical imaging information and engage patients with real-time notifications through any smartphone without disrupting the clinical workflow.

For more information: www.paxeramed.com

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