News | January 23, 2007

Cedara, InSite One Seal Radiology Web Deal

January 24, 2007 - Cedara Software, a Merge Healthcare company, today announced a new strategic relationship with InSite One Inc., a Storage Service Provider (SSP), to provide online radiology services as InSite One upgrades its InDex Web viewing solution.
In the deal, Cedara will provide InSite One with a new web-based viewing solution for exams stored on client's archives to allow referring physicians access to results and reports. Known as InDex Web, InSite One's offering will be based on the Cedara I-Reach solution. I-Reach is a web-based PACS solution that provides online report and image viewing, security features that support HIPAA compliance, 3-D rendering, a wide array of clinical tools, back-end storage and archiving.
"Over the course of our search for upgrading our InDex Web viewing solution, Cedara's technology was found to offer a strong set of features that our clients are looking to offer their referring physician for reports and consultation," stated Jim Champagne, president and CEO of InSite One. "Our business relies on being able to provide fast, consistent and reliable image access. To do this, we need to accommodate a whole host of different connection speeds, network infrastructures and imaging demands. Cedara's solutions are built with a robust architecture that addresses these needs, while offering an easy-to-use interface for different practitioners."
"By combining InSite One's experience in the onsite and offsite image archive and disaster recovery market with Cedara's advanced technology, a broader range of services become available to the end user market. This relationship creates a significant new ASP solution for American healthcare providers," said Loris Sartor, president of Cedara Software.

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