Claron Technology has announced a partnership with Medishare, an innovative Italian telehealth system provider, for the integration of its family of Nil zero-footprint viewers in the Medishare PACS and RIS solutions, provided throughout Italy.
“We selected Nil because the technology is robust, easy-to-use, reliable and affordable,” commented Stefano Fait Dalla Nese, CEO of Medishare. “NilRead is CE marked for diagnostic review and is very efficient in the primary and second reading settings. NilShare is an easy-to-use, flexible solution for non-diagnostic viewing. Together they provide an excellent complement to our portfolio of enabling technologies.”
Claron’s NilRead zero-footprint diagnostic viewer provides offsite authorised radiologists with real-time access to any digital imaging exam in the system for viewing and interpretation. It supports display of DICOM modalities and related medical information on a multi-monitor diagnostic workstation. It also supports diagnostic image viewing on a laptop, tablet and smartphone whenever a diagnostic workstation is not available. The innovative viewer family enables remote physicians to access high-resolution, diagnostic quality display of both DICOM and non-DICOM formats, as well as referral quality images.
“We recently showcased the family of Nil zero-footprint medical viewers at the National Congress of SIRM (Società Italiana di Radiologia Medica), Italy’s leading radiology show in Florence,” says Fait. “The Nil family of viewers impressed the many health professionals attending. NilRead and NilShare can be integrated into any DICOM network and are available as turn-key solutions for hospitals, imaging groups and radiology practices.”
“We applaud Medishare’s mission to make the most of today’s medical technology to enable access to patient data anywhere and anytime. We are proud to have our products included in their effort,” said Tom Tilmans, Director of Sales and Marketing EMEA for Claron Technology in this region. “We strongly believe that, together, we will significantly increase our activities in Northern Italy in the coming years.”
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