News | Enterprise Imaging | July 22, 2022

arcc v10.6, Apollo’s newest Enterprise Imaging platform release, enhances clinical workflows, image management tools, and collaboration throughout the health system 

The Apollo Repository for Clinical Content, arcc v10.6, enables true Enterprise Imaging by securely managing all clinical images in a central repository

July 22, 2022 — Apollo, a leading provider of enterprise imaging and clinical multimedia management solutions, today announced it has released the latest version of its enterprise imaging solution, arcc. Several new features enhance the solution’s image management capabilities and ease of use, enable users to manage more information simultaneously, and provide new ways to select and display images. 

The Apollo Repository for Clinical Content, arcc v10.6, enables true Enterprise Imaging by securely managing all clinical images in a central repository. arcc provides both orders- and encounters-based clinical image acquisition workflows for 45 specialty departments across the healthcare enterprise. This enables every department throughout the enterprise to securely acquire, manage, and access all clinical content for “one patient view” through one platform. Integrating arcc to the electronic health record (EHR) provides clinicians a single view of the longitudinal patient record to achieve the goal of: ONE Patient, ONE click, EVERY ‘ology. 

“Efficient workflows drive effective care,” said Mark Newburger, Apollo President & CEO. “arcc enables clinicians to manage and view images from multiple departments with multiple data types allowing providers to focus on the patient not the technology.” 

arcc v10.6 is comprised of several modules. arccClinical is the clinical application and universal viewer supports viewing images from various modalities side by side within a user's clinical context. It interfaces with the EMR providing the ability to view DICOM studies and non-DICOM clinical images directly from the EMR. arccClinical provides both orders- and encounters-based workflows for 45 specialty departments across the healthcare enterprise. This enables every department throughout the enterprise to acquire, manage, and securely access all clinical content through one platform. 

arccCore is an enterprise clinical content repository and IT management platform that incorporates VNA functionality, enterprise imaging management tools, advanced security and reporting, storage management, and much more. It provides the ability to interface with modality devices across the enterprise and ensure the accurate assignment of relevant metadata. 

arccMobile is the companion mobile application enabling everyone on the healthcare team to securely capture pictures or video recordings and immediately upload and incorporate these multimedia objects in patient care. 

For more information: https://www.apolloei.com/ 

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