DICOM Grid Brasil Announces Partnership with Brazilian College of Radiology

DICOM Grid Brasil Announces Partnership with Brazilian College of Radiology

Phoenix, AZ – June 2, 2015   DICOM Grid Brasil today announced a new partnership with the Brazilian College of Radiology.

The goal of the partnership is to provide an archive in the Cloud of interesting cases for members of the Brazilian College of Radiology (CBR) to view anytime and anywhere. Members of the CBR will have the capability to view images without any software installation and easily upload and download studies. A searchable central repository will also act as a limitless virtual library of data. Members will have the ability to collaborate with others and discuss studies in the easy-to-use and efficient platform.

“DICOM Grid pioneered image exchange technology in the Cloud and Brazil offers a new frontier for imaging technology,” says Gustavo Meirelles, Director of DICOM Grid Brasil. “DICOM Grid’s warm reception from the Brazilian health system has been a true testament of the importance of extending access to imaging data.  By breaking down geographic barriers we are taking image exchange to the next level.”

Morris Panner, CEO of DICOM Grid, says, “We look forward to continue watching the global footprint of DICOM Grid grow and be used to improve and facilitate access to medical imaging. The scalability of the Cloud provides a unique platform for an easily searchable and massive educational library that can be used for viewing, researching, exchanging, and collaboration.”

DICOM Grid’s core product line, DG Suite, is a Cloud-based platform used for the distribution of medical imaging data. The scalable solution enables organizations to easily deploy applications for medical imaging collaboration, image data management, and vendor neutral archiving.

For more information: www.dicomgrid.com

About DICOM Grid

DICOM Grid is a global cloud platform for medical imaging information and applications. Its patented data security transforms medical imaging information into a dynamic data warehouse where open web services provide universal access to clinically rich data. Physicians can safely and easily deploy cloud applications for medical imaging collaboration, exchange, vendor-neutral archive, business continuity, EMR integration, bio-informatics, and more.

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