News | Enterprise Imaging | February 26, 2016

lifeIMAGE and Client Outlook Form Strategic Partnership

Ten-year agreement makes eUnity the go-forward viewer for the lifeIMAGE platform and lets customers adopt a universal viewer connecting imaging content from any data source

lifeIMAGE, Client Outlook, partnership, eUnity clinical image viewer, HIMSS16

eUnity image courtesy of Client Outlook

February 26, 2016 — lifeIMAGE announced that it has formed a strategic relationship with Client Outlook that will make the latter’s visualization platform a core component of the lifeIMAGE offering. Through this partnership, Client Outlook’s U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Class II diagnostic and clinical imaging viewing solution eUnity will become the default viewer across all apps and services on the lifeIMAGE enterprise image exchange platform.

lifeIMAGE sought out a partner to ensure long-term access to cutting-edge viewer technology for its rapidly expanding customer base. Client Outlook, an independent organization exclusively focused on the development of its visualization platform, has demonstrated the ability to scale its FDA-approved viewer to thousands of users at large healthcare enterprises. Its standards-based tools are interoperable with every picture archiving and communication system (PACS), vendor-neutral archive (VNA) and electronic health record (EHR).

Under the terms of the partnership, Client Outlook and lifeIMAGE will collaborate to ensure the interoperability of image data across their services. Client Outlook will introduce a workflow that enables the fast transmission of studies and clinical information displayed on its viewer through the lifeIMAGE network, and lifeIMAGE is now the only major image exchange provider offering enterprise access to the eUnity universal viewer. Institutions seeking an integrated and single viewer experience for exams produced both inside and outside their network can deploy eUnity enterprise-wide because of this relationship.

For more information: www.lifeimage.com, www.clientoutlook.com

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