News | Archive Cloud Storage | July 18, 2016

Purview Surpasses One Million Patients on ViVA Medical Imaging Platform

Cloud-based viewing system allows anytime, anywhere access to medical images for physicians and patients

Purview, ViVA medical image access platform, one million patients, RSNA 2016

July 18, 2016 — Purview recently announced that it has exceeded 1 million patients on its medical imaging access platform, Purview ViVA, in just three years since its launch. Purview has now processed over 175 million medical images through ViVA and is adding a new image every second and a new patient every two minutes.

Purview ViVA is a cloud-based solution that expedites patient care and improves medical outcomes by enabling physicians and patients to gain anywhere, anytime access to medical images such as X-rays, computed tomography (CT) scans and ultrasounds.

Through Purview ViVA, physicians can expedite diagnoses, compare DICOM images to previous studies and collaboratively review records with other physicians. Patients using ViVA can direct their medical information to specialists for second opinions, aggregate their historical record of past procedures, and ensure that their medical information follows them if they move or while they travel.

For more information: www.purview.net

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