News | March 06, 2015

Purview Introduces Purview ViTA Data Consultation Platform

Patient consult platform allows sharing of complete patient medical records, including images, for collaboration on diagnosis and treatment options

Purview, Purview ViTA, remote viewing systems, teleradiology

March 6, 2015 —Purview announced delivery of Purview ViTA, a secure Web-based patient consult platform. The platform provides a HIPAA-compliant, secure environment for quick and efficient sharing of complete patient medical records, including medical images, with experts at healthcare facilities across the world, without having to penetrate secure firewalls or other restrictive technology. This platform is a result of the joint collaboration between Purview and Baltimore, Maryland-based PinnacleCare to support remote consults with healthcare providers for expert medical opinions on diagnosis and treatment options.

The ViTA platform addresses the challenges associated with collection, organization and collaborative review of patient records when consulting with top specialists for expert medical opinions and second opinion services. ViTA enables PinnacleCare to more easily aggregate medical images, patient medical history and associated physician notes from multiple providers into one universal medical record to support physician collaboration for diagnosis and treatment recommendations and share these with healthcare providers.

For more information: www.purview.net

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