International medical imaging IT and cybersecurity company Sectra (STO: SECT B) will install its enterprise imaging solution throughout Michigan Medicine. This unified imaging strategy will support work-sharing, subspecialty interpretation of studies acquired at any location within the system, and remote reading.
The contract, signed in July, comprises modules for radiology and orthopedics as well as a VNA with the ability to store all departmental imaging. The solution, deeply integrated with Epic Radiant, will ensure high system availability and provide a full patient overview to the care team.
Michigan Medicine provides patient-centered, collaborative medical care at a variety of hospitals, health centers, and outpatient clinics. It consists of U-M Health System, University of Michigan Medical School, and one of the nation’s largest biomedical research communities.
“I welcome Michigan Medicine as a Sectra customer. Our experience with academic medical centers and successful track record with large-scale deployments and deep EMR integration makes for a perfect fit between the two organizations. I look forward to a collaborative relationship between our respective teams,” says Anthony Grise, Vice President of Sales at Sectra, Inc.
Sectra’s enterprise imaging solution provides a complete and robust system armed with efficient and accurate clinical tools, proven to boost productivity and improve collaboration without system barriers. The scalable and modular solution, with a VNA at its core, allows healthcare providers to grow from ology to ology and from enterprise to enterprise. The offering includes a module for full-scale digital pathology, which received FDA approval in the US in March 2020.
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