Technology | October 20, 2011

TeraMedica’s Evercore Clinical Enterprise Suite Launches New Features

Evercore now supports MINT (medical imaging network transport), the latest technology designed to improve access speed for the display of medical images.  By utilizing MINT, Evercore:

  • Eliminates the need for digital imaging and communications in medecine (DICOM) routing and application-specific caches
  • Centralizes quality control (QC) logic
  • Gains direct access to the metadata, independent of the pixel data
  • Eliminates data duplication
  • Encodes the data in XML, the enterprise standard
  • Provides image-viewing capabilities through partnership with Vital Images.

TeraMedica now delivers the cross-enterprise document sharing profile (XDS) within its Evercore Clinical Enterprise Suite.  Some key points of interest include:

  • XDS enables existing clinical information systems to connect to IHE XDS-based healthcare information exchanges
  • Evercore delivers the XDS source actor in compliance to the IHE IT integration profiles XDS.a and XDS.b
  • Evercore provides XDS-I capability for existing picture archive and communications systems (PACS), based on standard DICOM interfaces
  • The Clinical Enterprise Suite also enables Web-access to DICOM images through the WADO standard
  • Evercore achieves optimal performance through streaming capability for storing and retrieving
  • Evercore provides DICOM cache to off-load source PACS for retrieval
  • TeraMedica delivers the XDS registry, repository and document consumer actors through a partnership with Forcare
  • Evercore also supports DICOM and HL7 for standards-based interfacing.

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