News | PACS Accessories | December 05, 2017

Ambra Health Joins Google Cloud Technology Partner Program

Partnership will enhance provider access and deep learning from medical images

Ambra Health Joins Google Cloud Technology Partner Program

December 4, 2017 — Ambra Health recently announced a new relationship with Google Cloud. As a Google Cloud Technology Partner, Ambra Health will now also offer its Ambra Suite of imaging solutions through Google Cloud. The collaboration gives healthcare providers further opportunities to gain insights from broad sets of health data, such as medical imaging, as well as enhanced opportunities for machine learning and artificial intelligence to streamline time-consuming and expensive image management processes, and opportunities for hybrid storage models.

Across healthcare, data still frequently remains stuck in on-premise department systems and facilities, prohibiting the sharing of data that could lead to invaluable health insights, new routes for clinical trials and provider collaboration. The flexibility provided by Ambra Health, working with Google Cloud, enables large multi-hospital institutions, as well as radiology imaging centers and small medical groups, to easily access and share medical images with physicians and patients anytime, anywhere — critical capabilities in today's value-based healthcare industry.

The Ambra Suite is designed to serve as the backbone of medical imaging innovation and progress for healthcare providers, according to the company. Ambra streamlines the medical image exchange process and connects patients, care providers and facilities worldwide so that doctors can focus on patient care. More than 1,000 healthcare providers share images using the Ambra network today, resulting in over 750,000 user logins per month from across more than 50 countries worldwide.

Ambra highlighted the new collaboration in its booth at the 2017 Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting, Nov. 26-Dec. 1 in Chicago.

For more information: www.ambrahealth.com

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