Technology | Enterprise Imaging | January 19, 2017

Intelerad Partners with Laurel Bridge

Intelerad to further enhance its cross-enterprise imaging and workflow offerings by leveraging Laurel Bridge components

Intelerad, Laurel Bridge Software, partnership, enterprise imaging

January 19, 2017 — Intelerad Medical Systems announced a partnership with Laurel Bridge Software that will allow Intelerad to offer a number of solutions that address complex data, networking and architectural challenges common in multi-facility, cross-enterprise organizations.

“By leveraging their solutions, we’ll be able to expand our abilities and resolve many of the most challenging integration issues that are being faced by large healthcare providers - particularly those who are dealing with multiple disparate systems due to growth through merger and/or acquisition,” said Randall Oka, president and CEO of Intelerad.

By leveraging Laurel Bridge components, Intelerad will be able to address a wider array of technical challenges that arise when integrating information technology (IT) systems in a clinical environment.  When used together, the combined systems from Intelerad and Laurel Bridge will provide intelligent data routing, normalization and mapping to ensure patient and exam information is provided across the enterprise in a format that supports local systems and workflows.

For more information: www.intelerad.com

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