News | PACS Accessories | November 22, 2016

ImageInbox Tele-Consultation Module to be Introduced at RSNA 2016

NexGenic’s New ImageInbox Cloud and Point-to-Point Sharing Solutions Expand Capabilities for Radiologists, Physicians, and Patients to Utilize Medical Images 

ImageInbox Tele-Consultation Module to be Introduced at RSNA 2016

NexGenic, LLC, the developer of the image sharing solution ImageInbox, announced that its latest release includes cloud-based features for clinical specialists and hospital customers to provide comprehensive image tele-consultation services which can be rapidly integrated into existing clinical operations and workflows. The latest version also includes options for cloud image viewing and supports EEG and non-DICOM image formats.

“Flexibility is critical to meeting diverse workflow needs, which is why we’ve designed ImageInbox to be the Swiss Army knife of medical data sharing technologies,” explained NexGenic’s Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Stephan Erberich, Ph.D. “Our newest addition – the tele-consultation platform – provides cloud-based collaboration via our zero-footprint image viewer, built-in reporting and customer invoicing features, as well as continues to extend upon our industry-leading point-to-point sharing platform for individual physicians, radiologists and researchers.”

“ImageInbox brings our partners the unequaled ability to quickly deploy image tele-consultation programs for improved patient outcomes, at a fraction of the cost of competitive solutions,” stated Austin Aker, chief operating officer at NexGenic. “The platform now also contains novel patient image management features to share historical images and reports available on CD via our secure cloud upload. This lets patients own, manage and share their medical images for free, with unprecedented ease.”

Developed for more than a decade in support of millions of diagnostic image transfers, ImageInbox provides a turnkey image capture and utilization platform for individual physicians, healthcare organizations, clinical trial sponsors and patients that need to send essential images securely at a moment’s notice.

NexGenic, LLC will be showcasing ImageInbox, including the new tele-consultation features and functionality, at the annual Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) meeting in Chicago.

For more information: www.nexgenic.com

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