Technology | February 23, 2009

Vitrea Web Provides ‘Anywhere’ Access to Vital Images Applications

Vital Images’ Vitrea Web is a solution exclusive to ViTAL Enterprise customers that provides anywhere access to all of Vital Images’ powerful clinical applications.
Vitrea Web provides users with everywhere access to Vital Images’ powerful advanced clinical applications via the Web. With Vitrea Web, customers have the same capabilities of a standalone workstation – review, analyze, and communicate findings, all from any PC.

Vitrea Web enables advanced best of breed clinical applications access throughout the healthcare enterprise and is the latest example of the evolution of the ViTAL Enterprise transition the company announced earlier this year. Existing ViTAL Enterprise customers will have the option to continue with their current strategy, or leverage the available upgrade under their maintenance and services agreement to further enhance their current investment. New ViTAL Enterprise customers can scale their solution to fit the diverse needs of their healthcare organization.

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