News | Remote Viewing Systems | June 04, 2019

Client Outlook's eUnity Smartviewer Selected by Duke University Health System

Zero-fooprint viewer will support Duke’s enterprise viewing and growth strategy

Client Outlook's eUnity Smartviewer Selected by Duke University Health System

June 4, 2019 — Client Outlook Inc. announced that Duke University Health System has implemented eUnity for enterprise viewing throughout its comprehensive healthcare network.

Duke University Health System conducts approximately 1 million imaging exams annually to support patient care, from primary care services to medical and surgical specialties and subspecialties.

eUnity is a viewing and integration platform that sets the foundation for an integrated viewing infrastructure. The ability to deliver federated, uninterrupted access to images from multiple unconnected sources will provide maximum interoperability to support Duke’s expansive delivery network of three hospitals and more than 200 outpatient facilities. Launching directly from Duke’s electronic medical record (EMR) means that physicians and clinicians can quickly and easily access images anywhere throughout the entire enterprise.

“Duke University Health System is a complex environment to manage,” said Christopher Roth, M.D., vice chair, information technology and clinical informatics and director of imaging informatics strategy, Duke Health. “We strive to deliver the most progressive patient care in a continuously expanding multi-site setting, which is why solutions that help us achieve clinical and operational excellence are critical to our growth strategy.”

Watch the VIDEO: Defining Enterprise Imaging — The HIMSS-SIIM Enterprise Imaging Workgroup, an interview with Roth and James Whitfill, M.D., at SIIM 2017.

For more information: www.clientoutlook.com

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