News | Enterprise Imaging | March 17, 2016

Dicom Systems Announces Partnership With Kanteron Systems

Dicom Systems’ Enterprise Imaging Workflow Unifier will integrate with Kanteron’s clinical data management solutions

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Dicom Systems Announces Partnership With Kanteron Systems

March 17, 2016 — Dicom Systems Inc. announced its partnership with Kanteron Systems Inc. This partnership will deliver more comprehensive, real-time patient information to specialists, enabling improved correlation of clinical data and medical imaging within one, consolidated visual context.

Kanteron Systems, an aggregator of genomics, pathology and radiology imaging and data for multi-discipline clinical specialists, has selected Dicom Systems and its Enterprise Imaging Workflow Unifier as a universal adapter to seamlessly integrate its clinical data management solutions within any healthcare enterprise environment.

"This partnership is highly symbiotic," said Florent Saint-Clair, Dicom Systems EVP. "Kanteron reduces data fragmentation at the clinical level, while Dicom Systems focuses on reducing IT-level fragmentation and communications.  The complexities inherent in combining Genomics, Oncology, Pathology and Radiology workflows present a unique integration and infrastructural challenge, in that so many fragmented silos of imaging data are necessary to present clinicians with a full picture of their patient's current state.  Kanteron is the first platform we've seen that comprehensively solves all the pieces of this large puzzle into one, cohesive visualization layer, allowing clinicians and diagnosticians to more readily correlate large amounts of fragmented data.”

For more information: www.dcmsys.com

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