Technology | Analytics Software | September 14, 2015

Vital Images Introduces Image Management, Business Intelligence Solutions in Asia Pacific Market

Software offerings allow system-wide image access and image data analytics

Vital Images, Asia Pacific, image management, VioSuite, business intelligence, Vitality Solutions

September 14, 2015 — Vital Images Inc. recently introduced the VioSuite Image Management and Vitality Solutions Business Intelligence product families, providing healthcare administrators with a robust set of tools to improve system-wide image access and image data analytics. VioSuite and Vitality Solutions, as well as the company’s flagship products VitreaAdvanced and VitreaView software, were showcased at the 9th annual Health Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Asia Pacific Conference and Exhibition.

VioSuite Image Management is a portfolio of flexible products supporting a variety of image management strategies. VioSuite software includes VioArchive, a vendor neutral archive (VNA) for unified storage and management of all imaging data created across all care operations; and VioStream software, which grants federated access to images residing in disparate DICOM archives.

Utilizing VioSuite products along with VitreaView software enables uniform access to patient imaging, and improves workflow and support communication between clinicians, referring physicians and patients.

Vitality Solutions Business Intelligence products and services deliver operational insight into existing clinical data across different modalities, information systems and locations. The Vitality Solutions tools allow healthcare leaders to enhance informed decision-making and improve quality of care. Vitality IQ software delivers real-time access to critical business intelligence across an imaging department’s existing manufacturers, modalities, information systems and locations. By implementing Vitality IQ software, health administrators are able to improve management of quality, productivity and resource utilization.

For more information: www.vitalimages.com

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