Storage & Universal Viewer:

Enhance Image Accessibility With the Cloud

Consolidate multiple imaging systems with one flexible, customizable, and low maintenance cloud storage platform that lets medical imaging be accessed securely anytime, anywhere thanks to the zero-footprint Ambra Universal Viewer.

hospital_health_blockSecure, Trusted Cloud Storage
Ambra’s secure and scalable cloud based storage makes it simple to move all imaging into one single repository for easy access to priors. You can automatically purge data that has exceeded its legal retention period based on configurable retention rules, and store and retrieve dozens of file formats such as JPEG, TFF, DOC, etc.

 

Thin Study Index
Ambra has built an option for customers to create a thin study index via cloud gateway and HL7 feeds for live, historical and even outside study data. This always-on thin study index allows providers to view the PHI header information for a study, but require that they retrieve the full set of DICOM images for detailed viewing, saving the cost of storing large imaging data sets in multiple locations.

 

MobileViewingComputer_1Universal Viewing
Eliminate those rogue medical image sharing practices using mobile phones once and for all. Our 510(k) cleared viewer is Class II per FDA regulation 892.2050, and can be easily integrated with single sign-on into the patient jacket of leading electronic health record (EHR) systems or health information exchanges (HIE). Because it’s a next generation HTML5, zero-footprint diagnostic viewer, it’s mobile-friendly too. Physicians can access patient images from any PC, Mac, or tablet, make annotations, compare images, and more.

EHR Order Integration
Ambra image-enables industry leading EMR and EHR systems, allowing the unification of patient health records and management of imaging directly from within the patient jacket. In addition, orders involving imaging can be placed, processed, viewed, and completed from within the EMR or EHR.

>> Learn How Ambra Integrates with Epic

Learn why and how to make diagnostic studies accessible within the patient record.