News | March 25, 2010

Cloud Computing Supports Orthopedic Image Exchange

Cloud Computing Supports Orthopedic Image Exchange

SeeMyRadiology.com is Accelarads new online medical image cloud computing service.

March 25, 2010 - Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC), a leader in the Southeast’s medical education, research and patient care, is bringing new medical image exchange technology to its hospital.

As the only level one trauma center in middle Tennessee, VUMC will use this service for its orthopedic trauma surgeons who need data during transfers. VUMC’s orthopedic surgeons can exchange medical images in real-time via secure web access, via smart phones and other mobile devices for instant delivery and assessment of patient medical images, streamlining the entire medical image exchange process.

This service, called SeeMyRadiology.com, Accelarad’s new online medical image cloud computing service, enables hospitals or providers with a computer and Internet to exchange medical images in an online community, while providing high levels of data security and patient confidentially, according to Acclearad.

For more information: SeeMyRadiology.com and www.accelarad.com

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