News | PACS Accessories | February 13, 2019

PaxeraHealth Launching Universal Image Sharing Platform at ECR 2019

Platform will allow physicians and patients to instantly view medical images and radiology reports from any browser or smart device

PaxeraHealth Launching Universal Image Sharing Platform at ECR 2019

February 13, 2019 — PaxeraHealth will launch the PaxeraShare image sharing platform at the 2019 European Congress of Radiology (ECR) annual meeting, Feb. 27-March 3 in Vienna, Austria.

PaxeraShare is a modern approach to image sharing and data access. The platform is designed using the latest HTML5 technology that requires no software installation. It enables recipients, whether they are physicians or patients, to instantly view the images and reports from any browser or smart device, regardless of the operating system or file type. In addition, healthcare providers have the ability to share images and reports directly with their patients through the CareRad app, which is available to them for free through App Store and Google Play.

According to the company, PaxeraShare is easily deployed on top of any existing picture archiving and communication system (PACS) in a few hours with no information technology (IT) customization required. The solution is designed to improve care management by allowing physicians to share images easily and securely through one click or create a temporary link for the study. This eliminates the need to take burned CDs or DVDs to the hospital, reducing cost and readmissions, as well as enhancing clinical care.

For more information: www.paxerahealth.com

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