Enterprise imaging in the cloud
Fully managed, secure and high-performing enterprise imaging as a cloud service. Built on our experience from delivering SaaS to large and small enterprises, designed for your current and future imaging needs.
Sectra’s enterprise imaging portfolio gives you a unified strategy for all your imaging needs, and lets you improve patient outcome while lowering operational costs.
With our solutions, you can reduce the number of systems while providing top-of-the-line diagnostic capabilities spanning both image-intense departments such as radiology, breast imaging, pathology, orthopaedics, and cardiology as well as the needs of dermatology and ophthalmology among others.
In short, our offering lets you capture, store, access, share, and collaborate around medical multimedia throughout the entire enterprise and beyond.
A comprehensive radiology solution streamlines the complete radiology workflow—from order management to report distribution, teaching, and quality improvement. It integrates seamlessly with surrounding IT solutions—such as the EMR, RIS, and VNA—to give you access to the complete patient record whenever and wherever needed. It lets you as a radiologist perform all your everyday tasks from a single diagnostic application.
A comprehensive breast imaging solution lets you work from a single workstation whether you’re reading 2D mammograms, digital breast tomosynthesis, ultrasound, or MRI exams—or even want to bring up digital pathology images at your tumor board meeting. It gives you all the tools you need for high-volume mammography screening and advanced diagnostic breast imaging workflows. With a solution that provides the best possible reader experience and helps you streamline the mammography workflow, you can focus on your work-ups without wasting time waiting for images or information.
Digital pathology gives functionality far beyond the microscope. Without the need for physical glass slides, you get access to current and historical images—from anywhere and at any time. Your computer also handles time-consuming tasks so you spend more time actually reviewing cases. What’s more, with the digitization of pathology, second opinions, external reading resources, and specialists are just a mouse click away. Digitization also makes integrated diagnostic workflows possible, improving collaboration with other medical disciplines.
Reviewing the most common cardiovascular procedures from a single workstation helps you increase reading efficiency greatly. With a consolidated, enterprise imaging approach to cardiology, you also decrease the cost and complexity of your IT infrastructure, as well as getting a more comprehensive patient overview. What’s more, the patient care team can access patient information across clinical specialties, helping improve collaboration and clinical outcomes.
Consolidate the management of all your medical images and multimedia to reduce the cost and complexity of your IT infrastructure, as well as improve clinical workflow efficiency and patient outcomes. By removing your information silos, you can easily access and share all relevant patient information across the entire clinical pathway, improving collaboration and shortening lead times. A central approach to data also enables enterprise-level management of disaster recovery, business intelligence, and machine learning initiatives.
Augment workflows, reviews, and reporting through artificial intelligence (AI)—seamlessly integrated with your existing enterprise imaging solution. The potential for AI to improve performance and productivity in diagnostic imaging is tremendous. Whether applied to radiology, pathology, cardiology, or any other diagnostic profession, AI should improve accuracy and efficiency for end users. When targeting everyday clinical use cases, integration into existing workflows is key—as is fast and secure access to best-of-breed AI technology.
Sharing or collaborating with others around patient images doesn’t have to be time-consuming and costly. In fact, with the right solution for information exchange, it is easy and simple—whether you need to share information with someone on a single occasion, or want to collaborate more tightly around resources and patients. You can efficiently and securely share and collaborate around all types of medical images, including digital pathology cases—with no more need to produce and send CDs, USB drives, or paper copies.
Modern planning systems with 2D and 3D images let orthopaedic surgeons diagnose and plan orthopaedic procedures—for instance knee, hip and complex trauma surgery—with greater accuracy and confidence. With increased precision in planning and more advance preparations, surgeons and operating teams can reduce stress, save time, and minimize risk during surgery. For the patients, planning reduces the risk of postoperative complications. For hospitals, it creates a well-documented workflow to meet regulatory demands and improves the teaching facilities.
When you interact with virtual representations of real-life bodies based on clinical imaging, you get a deeper understanding and insight into anatomy, as well as the functions and processes inside the body. Sectra Education boosts medical education and clinical training at leading institutions and hospitals all over the world using real-life clinical data.