News | Enterprise Imaging | September 12, 2018

eUnity Smartviewer Helps DocPanel Create Disruptive Radiology Marketplace Experience

DocPanel is a community of US-based academic level subspecialty radiologists

Client Outlook, a leading provider of FDA Class II enterprise diagnostic and clinical image viewing solutions, announced its partnership with DocPanel Technologies to support a progressive alternative to traditional radiology reading services.

DocPanel is a community of US-based academic level subspecialty radiologists. Offering secure radiology reading services to imaging centers, hospitals, specialty physician practices and patients, DocPanel is modernizing the landscape of traditional radiology with an innovative on-demand, cloud-based service. Their unique online marketplace provides access to subspecialty radiology experts who focus on specific modalities, areas of the body, or disease states to empower more accurate diagnoses. DocPanel’s flexible solution can co-exist, supplement or replace existing radiology interpretation models, helping healthcare organizations to minimize errors, reduce costs and overcome staff shortages.

eUnity is healthcare’s first Smartviewer; a comprehensive zero-footprint software platform that combines advanced image viewing and integration functionality. Its progressive architecture facilitates interoperability with diverse technologies, while powerful hanging protocols and advanced visualization functionality including MIP/MPR/3D, PET/CT fusion and mammography, give it the performance capabilities for diagnostic radiology reading. eUnity requires no specialized hardware and needs only minimal resources to deploy, making it an ideal solution for a cloud platform.

DocPanel required an open, responsive viewing solution to cloud-enable their radiology reading experience. eUnity will provide secure access to images via the DocPanel portal, then enable physicians to view, interpret and diagnose, all from the same platform running in a virtual machine environment. eUnity supports numerous image types and its API-rich framework is prepared to easily integrate with other new applications such as AI technologies, today and in the future.

“We believe the right subspecialist should be available for reading the right case,” said Philip A. Templeton, M.D., FACR, Chief Medical Officer at DocPanel. “The on-demand access to experts across every modality and sub-specialty empowers accurate diagnoses, while our second opinion service gives patients peace of mind.” Templeton added: “Clinical performance of the viewer is absolutely critical to enable our radiologists to provide expert help with complex cases. eUnity exceeded our expectations and gives us the confidence in our service to address the pervasive and costly problem of misdiagnosis.”

“DocPanel is making an impact in the industry by connecting patients and imaging providers with specialized radiology reading and second-opinion services,” said Steve Rankin, President and CEO, Client Outlook. “Similarly, eUnity is an industry-first solution that challenges the status quo with a powerful zero-footprint radiology reading platform. Together, our solutions harmonize beautifully to address a gap in the marketplace by giving healthcare providers and patients more choices to manage challenging healthcare concerns.”

For more information: www.clientoutlook.com

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