Technology | June 09, 2009

TeraMedica Launches Enterprise Viewer Portal

June 9, 2009 - TeraMedica Healthcare Technology launched its new Univision - Imageport, an enhancement to its Evercore - Univision module designed to improve physician acceptance in the electronic medical domain.

Univision - Imageport enhances the standard enterprise content viewer by allowing the user to access all underlying PACS viewers through a single interface. Users access the Univision viewer and with one click enable the underlying, fully featured, clinical diagnostic viewer. This means the clinician can now gain Access to the full diagnostic study. In addition, clinicians can access and view all stored, digital clinical data: PDF files, video files, JPEG and TIFF images, as well as listen to sound files.

Univision - Imageport is a natural progression, based on customer-driven demand and our ongoing commitment to solving interoperability. The patent-pending Evercore - Clinical Enterprise Suite allows hospitals and health care systems to choose the best-of-breed healthcare IT vendors. This provides a truly vendor-independent health imaging and information system that results in reduced cost to healthcare systems and ultimately to the American healthcare consumer.

For more information: www.teramedica.com

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