News | Enterprise Imaging | March 09, 2017

Connecticut Children’s Medical Center Selects eUnity for Enterprise Image Viewing

System will provide images to clinicians in more than 30 specialties throughout Connecticut and Massachusetts

Client Outlook, eUnity enterprise image viewing platform, Connecticut Children's Medical Center

March 9, 2017 — Client Outlook announced that Connecticut Children’s Medical Center will be using eUnity as its enterprise image viewing platform. Connecticut Children’s is a not-for-profit hospital, providing pediatric services in more than 30 specialties. eUnity will be providing images to clinicians located throughout Connecticut and Massachusetts.

“Finding a replacement for our enterprise clinical image viewer was not easy. To ensure we made the right decision, we were diligent and specific in our methodology and our requirements,” said Jung Park, senior director of information services, Connecticut Children’s Medical Center. “We evaluated three vendors in detail and looked beyond the technical requirements. Provider requirements and building a long-term partnership were critical components. eUnity is a robust and flexible product, whose features and functionality exceeded our needs. Within the first hour of the proof of concept, our providers were impressed with eUnity’s performance. We were pleased with how easy it was to provide access to our users that were located both within and outside our organization.”

Park further added, “When working with Client Outlook, we found the open dialogue to be refreshing. The Client Outlook team was adaptable throughout our evaluation process and their high confidence in eUnity was reflected in their candid approach. We are pleased to have chosen Client Outlook as our partner and eUnity as our image viewing platform.”

For more information: www.clientoutlook.com

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