View from Anywhere, Anytime, Across All Imaging Types
Feeling permanently tethered to your workstation? The Ambra zero-footprint, HTML5 DICOM Viewer is FDA 510(k) cleared per FDA regulations and can be used through any web browser— freeing you to access images from anywhere.
Support for All DICOM and Non-DICOM Imaging Types
The Ambra Viewer supports all DICOM imaging types from CRs to intensive imaging studies such as PET, US, Angio, and Tomo. And non-DICOM imaging can easily be wrapped with a DICOM header for quick storage and access too, with the added benefit of including handy DICOM tags for easier categorization and automated routing.
All Your Tools, On-the-Go
The Ambra DICOM Viewer features simple-to-use viewing tools for annotating imaging studies along with hanging protocols and viewer customization that enable an organization to cater the viewing experience to specialty physicians and surgeons. 3-D manipulation tools also allow images to be scrolled through in each plane, while reference lines move accordingly in the other planes.
View from Anywhere, Anytime
The Ambra zero-footprint, HTML5 DICOM Viewer can be accessed through the web or integrated into any PACS. Using Ambra’s browser-based mobile-friendly viewer, physicians can access patient images from any PC, Mac, or tablet, perform measurements, make annotations, compare images, and more. Ambra’s zero-footprint and mobile capabilities even improves patient visits. Tablets facilitate a collaborative approach based on visuals and enables care providers to explain procedures in a more comprehensive, intimate way.
Collaborate With Other Physicians in Real Time
A built-in meeting tool gives a physician the ability to invite a colleague to a session for a live case review and consult —the ultimate in online collaboration— so there is never a reason to resort to rogue image sharing practices via mobile phone, which can result in extremely costly HIPAA violations.
Image-Enable Your EHR
Take your EHR to the next level by embedding imaging, and get access to images directly from within the patient jacket.