Technology | Remote Viewing Systems | March 07, 2016

Nautilus Medical Introduces MatrixRay Radiology Image Management Platform

Device-independent platform enables worldwide access to radiology studies via peer-to-peer exchange network

March 7, 2016 — Nautilus Medical Inc. has announced worldwide availability of MatrixRay, its next-generation radiology image management platform. The release of MatrixRay to the entire medical healthcare market was announced from the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) conference, Feb. 29-March 4 in Las Vegas.

MatrixRay is a device-independent radiology platform that enables access to radiology studies worldwide via a peer-to-peer exchange network of physicians and other clinicians. The MatrixRay platform is the first true clean-slate design for the modern era of radiology, according to Nautilus Medical, offering many industry firsts, including:

  • Unlimited free client download and unlimited free support;
  • Self-installing;
  • Pay-per-use;
  • Peer-to-peer network image sharing; and
  • Intuitive user interface.

Finally, with MatrixRay, all constituents — providers, patients, insurers, data analysts, clinical researchers, educators and students — will have access to radiology studies and data, free of encumbrances previously imposed by constrained traditional platforms. Fully HIPAA-compliant and providing imaging platform interoperability, MatrixRay drives down provider and payer costs, increases access, empowers caregivers and patients, eliminates errors and guarantees data security.

MatrixRay offers full compliance with the global DICOM file format standard, eliminates the need for CDs and film, and enables nearly instantaneous sharing of studies regardless of global locale or technology. MatrixRay lowers costs for all constituents - providers, payers, and patients. It avoids liabilities associated with rescans, and, most importantly, is designed to improve diagnoses, treatments and outcomes.

For more information: www.matrixray.com

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