Technology | September 17, 2013

ClearCanvas Debuts Vendor Neutral PACS Cleome

Web-based solution offers diagnostic viewing through zero-footprint HTML5

September 17, 2013 — ClearCanvas introduces its new vendor neutral picture archive and communications system (PACS), Cleome, to its portfolio of commercial products. This Web-based breakthrough solution features fast diagnostic viewing of all medical images using zero-footprint HTML5, anytime, anywhere. 

Cleome pairs the vendor neutral Cleome ImageServer for image archiving, retrieval and distribution with the seamlessly integrated, fast and easy to use, Cleome Webstation DX, and Cleome Webstation for referring physicians.

Designed to accelerate efficiency and quality of patient care, Cleome can be incorporated into your current IT architecture to propel your service with a platform that defines the next generation of imaging innovation. With open source roots, the extensible and open architecture Cleome ImageServer works with any hardware and all modality manufacturers creating a truly vendor neutral environment. Cleome is easily scalable from a single user to a true enterprise wide deployment. 

The zero footprint Cleome Webstation DX is platform independent enabling users the flexibility of viewing diagnostic images from a Mac or PC product and through your browser of choice including Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox or Safari. The simplicity of single sign on gives the user their customized toolsets independent of where they are accessing the images. Powered with a proprietary Web engine, the intuitive fully featured viewer is easy to learn and delivers images with unprecedented speed to efficiently review cases.

Cleome Webstation closes the patient care loop by giving physicians across the enterprise easy access to studies with an intuitive easy to navigate viewer that displays images and associated reports.

Cleome is cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Health Canada and is CE-marked.

For more information: www.clearcanvas.ca

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