News | Information Technology | July 06, 2015

London Imaging Signs with Mach7 Technologies for Enterprise Image Management

PACS vendor will provide cloud image storage, improved communication workflow

Mach7, London Imaging Centre, enterprise imaging platform, cloud, viewer

July 6, 2015 - London Imaging Centre has partnered with Mach7 Technologies to streamline image management and workflow through implementation of the Mach7 Enterprise Imaging Platform.

Located in the heart of London's Harley Street district, London Imaging provides a diverse range of imaging services that are rapid, convenient and affordable. The comprehensive range of services for National Health Service (NHS) and private patients include magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ultrasound, X-ray, dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DEXA) and one-stop specialist clinics.

"Mach7 offered us a comprehensive solution that allows us to enhance patient care by enabling our specialized workflows for increased diagnostic intelligence. Knowing that our business needs will change, we like the fact that with Mach7, we will have the ability to easily monitor, track and adjust our workflow rules with a few simple mouse clicks," commented Les Clark, director of London Imaging. "The strength of the platform coupled with the collaborative approach of the Mach7 team was a winning combination. The team took the time to really understand our workflow needs and they have the expertise to implement a solution that meets our unique requirements."

Mach7 Enterprise Imaging Platform provides London Imaging with the following:

  • Cloud-enabled archiving – The vendor neutral archive efficiently consolidates and optimizes image storage and patient data - locally, remotely or leveraging cloud-based storage;
  • Flexible communication for image sharing – The Communication Workflow Engine offers advanced capabilities to monitor and self-manage communication rules to address their unique requirements with a point-and-click interface; and
  • Choice of image viewers – Mach7's plug-and-play framework allows for integration with best-of-breed diagnostic viewers, as well as Mach7's Universal and Zero Footprint Clinical Viewer for delivery of patient data where and when it can be most effective for patient care.


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