Technology | April 06, 2015

TeraMedica Debuts Analytics Platform for Evercore VNA at HIMSS 2015

Users can access dashboards with one-click statistical data summaries, forecasts and data trending analysis

TeraMedica, Evercore, VNA, analytics platform, HIMSS 2015

April 6, 2015 — TeraMedica will introduce a sophisticated analytics platform and dashboard for its vendor neutral archive (VNA) at the 2015 Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) annual conference. 

The new platform leverages the Evercore VNA’s existing customized, role-based dashboards to simplify data management, detect and forecast imaging data trends and access system performance at a glance. It will deliver interactive reporting with dynamic data filtering and trending analysis across categories. To increase user productivity and insight, the platform features one-click statistical data summaries and forecasts. The latest technology introduction complements the solution’s new user interface with simplified data management, access and quality assurance introduced as part of version 6.0.

TeraMedica provides interoperability among data from disparate healthcare IT applications with shared formatting and centralized archiving. It supports a patient-centric view of data, easily displaying comprehensive image-enabled patient records. Systems typically integrated with a VNA include hospital information systems (HIS), picture archive and communication systems (PACS), radiology information systems (RIS) and an electronic health record (EHR) as well as departmental imaging systems. The technology makes image data sharing more universal by allowing doctors to view a large variety of formats, including both non-DICOM and DICOM images.

For more information: www.teramedica.com

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