News | Point-of-Care Ultrasound (POCUS) | May 20, 2024

New Exo Works tailored package allows POCUS clinical and educational programs to get up and running with minimal IT effort

New Exo Works tailored package allows POCUS clinical and educational programs to get up and running with minimal IT effort

May 20, 2024 — Exo (pronounced “echo”), a medical imaging software and devices company, announced the release of Exo Works Connect, a tailored package of its Exo Works point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) workflow solution designed for healthcare organizations that want to drive fast implementation and adoption of POCUS. Designed around the needs of the caregiver, Exo Works Connect package is the ideal solution for hospitals, clinics, medical schools, and master-level programs that have struggled to implement their POCUS programs with ease while maintaining security, connectivity and compliance at their facilities.

Exo Works Connect streamlines ultrasound exam documentation, enables real-time collaboration and feedback, simplifies quality assurance and tracks user proficiency—all accessible from a smartphone, tablet or computer. Plus, Exo Works can securely plug into a hospital’s IT infrastructure to connect all DICOM-enabled ultrasound devices and directly store POCUS images and exams to a Picture Archiving Communication System (PACS), Vendor-Neutral Archive (VNA) or Exo Works cloud with minimal IT engagement.

“Real-time tracking of individual student progression through a POCUS curriculum is increasingly important for training both medical student and residents.  Ad-hoc tracking solutions that simply measure number of scans performed has limited utility, is prone to data gaps, and requires intensive resources” said Daniel A. Kaminstein, MD, MSEd, DTM&H, FACEP, the Assistant Dean of Ultrasound Education & Director of Global Health at the Medical College of Georgia. “Exo Works Connect offers a single solution for ultrasound education programs allowing them to track student progress, easily provide feedback, and create individual student ultrasound portfolios. As an ultrasound educator, I can clearly communicate each students’ ultrasound experience to their training program or help residents prepare for credentialing at their first job out of residency. Exo Works Connect accommodates users of all levels and the solution can be onboarded quickly and efficiently.”

Fostering a quality POCUS system without the hassle of a lengthy and complex implementation process means that health systems can get their programs established and positioned for growth.

“Medical practitioners need timely answers to care for their patients, and POCUS is crucial in delivering these insights,” said Sandeep Akkaraju, Co-founder and CEO of Exo. “Exo Works Connect has been designed for a low touch installation, enabling organizations to deploy a secure and compliant POCUS program in days not months. As a result, providers can focus their time on improving quality, maintaining compliance and enhancing ultrasound proficiency."

Exo Works Connect is the latest addition to Exo’s expanding medical imaging ecosystem that also includes Exo Iris™, a revolutionary handheld ultrasound device, a fast-growing suite of artificial intelligence (AI) solutions, which now includes FDA clearances on five different AI applications such as cardiac and lung. Exo has made its ecosystem available for purchase on a new e-commerce channel for even easier access to simple, affordable medical imaging at the point of care.

For more information: www.exo.inc


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