News | Enterprise Imaging | February 27, 2018

Vital Highlights Vitrea Enterprise Imaging Workflow Enhancements at HIMSS 2018

Company will showcase new developments in enterprise informatics, predictive analytics and image sharing

Vital Highlights Vitrea Enterprise Imaging Workflow Enhancements at HIMSS 2018

February 27, 2018 — Vital Images Inc. will feature the latest developments within its Vitrea Enterprise Imaging solution at the 2018 Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) annual conference, March 5-9, in Las Vegas. Innovations include the latest release of the Vitrea Connection enterprise informatics solution with a robust dataflow engine, the launch of a predictive analytics solution and enhancements to the company’s image sharing solution.

At HIMSS, Vital will feature the release of Vitrea Connection, version 7.0, an informatics platform with a graphical dataflow designer for improved workflow flexibility. The company will also debut its predictive analytics solution, Vitrea Intelligence Opportunity Navigator. It presents users with a menu of available financial “opportunities” and continuously directs users toward specific actions to help increase revenues or avoid costs. With its recommendation engine, users always have actionable information at their fingertips to achieve financial objectives and organizational goals.

Vital will also feature the latest in its Vitrea Image Sharing solution at the show. It automates the labor-intensive and error-prone manual processes of getting outside images, stored on physical media or within another picture archiving and communication system (PACS), vendor neutral archive (VNA) or image sharing system, into your primary clinical systems and workflows.

For more information: www.vitalimages.com

 

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