Technology | February 13, 2012

Joint Venture of Harris Corp. and Johns Hopkins Provides New Cloud Imaging Management Solution

February 13, 2012 — Peake Healthcare Innovations, a joint venture between Harris Corporation and Johns Hopkins Medicine, announced a new approach to medical image management. With its PeakeSecure cloud archiving platform, Peake provides complete managed service solutions from the cloud to assist healthcare providers with the complex challenge of storing and managing medical images and related healthcare information. 

Peake has leveraged both organizations’ expertise to develop a secure, reliable cross-enterprise image archiving system which hosts viewing and workflow applications. By moving processing and storage to the cloud, the end result is a solution that facilitates secure sharing of image data within and across enterprise boundaries, while reducing costs, providing choice, and improving care delivery for providers.

“Peake is combining the clinical and healthcare IT expertise of Johns Hopkins Medicine with the secure technologies of Harris to bring a unique and disruptive image management solution to the market,” says Adam Zaricki, CEO, Peake Healthcare Innovations.

Peake’s unique solutions are designed to host clinical viewing tools so that participating hospitals or healthcare systems can virtualize the clinical desktop at the point of care. PeakeSecure serves as a launching pad for best-in-class third party applications for diagnostic workflow, enterprise clinical viewing, advanced visualization, analytics, research, and other important systems integrations. Peake’s cross-enterprise solutions also facilitate the inclusion of medical images within Health Information Exchanges (HIEs). 

For more information: www.peakehealthcare.com

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