News | August 08, 2014

Claron Announces Partnership With Italian Telehealth System Provider

Claron Nil zero-footprint viewers to support remote image reading

Claron Partnership With Leading Italian Telehealth System Provider Nil Products

August 8, 2014 — Claron Technology partnered with Medishare, an Italian telehealth system provider, for the integration of its family of Nil zero-footprint viewers in the Medishare PACS and RIS solutions, provided throughout Italy.

“We selected Nil because the technology is robust, easy-to-use, reliable and affordable,” comments Stefano Fait Dalla Nese, CEO of Medishare. “NilRead is CE marked for diagnostic review and is very efficient in the primary and second reading settings. NilShare is an easy-to-use, flexible solution for non-diagnostic viewing. Together they provide an excellent complement to our portfolio of enabling technologies.”

Claron’s NilRead zero-footprint diagnostic viewer provides offsite authorized radiologists with real time access to any digital imaging exam in the system for viewing and interpretation. It supports display of digital imaging and communications in medicine (DICOM) modalities and related medical information on a multi-monitor diagnostic workstation. It also supports diagnostic image viewing on a laptop, tablet and smartphone whenever a diagnostic workstation is not available. The viewer family enables remote physicians to access high-resolution, diagnostic quality display of both DICOM and non-DICOM formats, as well as referral quality images.

For more information: www.clarontech.com, www.medi-share.it

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