News | Enterprise Imaging | November 16, 2016

London Hospital Selects Vital Images' Modular Enterprise Imaging Solution

King Edward VII’s Hospital will boast first U.K. implementation of Vital’s Data Stream VNA and DICOMweb-enabled clinical imaging technologies

Vital Images, King Edward VII's Hospital, London, U.K., enterprise imaging, RSNA 2016

November 16, 2016 — King Edward VII’s Hospital in London, U.K., announced a new partnership with advanced imaging and informatics company Vital Images Inc. (Vital), based in Minneapolis, Minn., U.S.A.

Vital has provided King Edward VII’s Hospital with the first United Kingdom implementation of the company’s Data Stream, VNA (vendor neutral archive) and DICOMweb-enabled clinical imaging technologies. The modular enterprise imaging solution offers staff at the hospital fast and consistent access to a range of diagnostic data. Vital’s product portfolio provided to King Edward VII’s Hospital also includes the Vitrea Advanced Visualization platform that provides specialized 3-D viewing to clinicians in a number of critical patient care areas, such as surgery and oncology.

“The flexibility of the complete Vitrea solution allows us to have full control over all our data,” said Corey Frazier, imaging manager at King Edward VII’s Hospital. “It’s good to know that this critical information is secured in one place in its original format and accessible using non-proprietary tools. The system gives us greater control over what viewing tools we use to look into the archive and it is simple to use.”

For more information: www.vitalimages.com

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