Access Medical Images. Anytime, Anywhere.
Rapid transmission of radiological images is essential in teleradiology and telestroke. Ambra delivers, by providing 24x7 access to imaging data and rapid distribution of studies.
Anytime, Anywhere Accessibility
Maximize convenience with access to your modality worklist, images, and reports from any location with web-based connectivity: from laptop to tablet. Improve collaboration by sharing studies with other physicians, facilities, or DICOM destinations instantly. With an easy to use web-based sharing portal, uploading and transferring studies on-demand is faster and less resource intensive.
Read from Anywhere with Mobile Friendly, Universal Viewer
Our zero-footprint, web-based diagnostic viewer enables reading and viewing studies anywhere, making it more practical than ever to provide sudden stroke care to rural and remote areas or allow Radiologists the convenience of read-from-home during off hours.
Real-Time Image Exchange & Telestroke
Ambra’s cloud-based image management is quickly becoming the solution of choice in the world of telestroke. With Ambra, DICOM images can quickly and safely be sent from outside facilities before and during patient transport, and images can be easily uploaded and transferred from a variety of inputs including modalities, PACS, or CDs.
Mobile Stroke Units Become a Reality with Ambra
The John P. and Kathrine G. McGovern Medical School at UTHealth, in partnership with Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center, unveiled the country’s first mobile stroke unit, powered by the Ambra medical image management platform.
A computed tomography (CT) scanner that’s on board the ambulance allows mobile stroke unit teams to quickly assess whether a patient is having a stroke caused by a blood clot, and, if so, administer clot-busting medications. Ambra handles transmission of the imaging studies from the mobile stroke unit back to the hospital. Time is Brain in telestroke use cases, and the cloud is helping improve patient outcomes and reduce costs for facilities.