Client Outlook Signs Key Agreement With Boston Medical Center

 

Client Outlook To Deploy eUnity(TM) At World Renowned Boston Medical 

 

 

WATERLOO, ONTARIO–(Marketwire – Oct 23, 2012) –  Client Outlook Inc., an industry leader in clinical image viewing solutions, is pleased to announce a signed agreement with Boston Medical Center (BMC) to deploy eUnity™ as the enterprise results distribution solution for the hospital”s multi-modality, cardiology image management needs.

Looking to communicate critical patient and image information across its complex network of cardiac care, BMC needed a clinical results distribution tool that could not only effortlessly integrate with the hospital”s existing Philips Xcelera Cardiology PACS but also flawlessly deliver and display those images to physicians with time-sensitive precision and accuracy. The ability to maintain the elevated standard for clinician communication and clinical workflow, and engage with high-resolution, multi-modality cardiology images from a simple web interface were key decision criteria. Held to a rigorous demonstration process, the eUnity™ universal viewer emerged as the only industry solution able to easily display the mission-critical Xcelera PACS cardiology images to the BMC enterprise patient care teams with the required level of quality and performance.

Enabling BMC to share information with affiliated hospitals, clinics or other care-delivery sites in the larger healthcare enterprise is fundamental to BMC”s principles of delivering the highest quality of cardiac patient care. By providing untethered access to clinical data, eUnity™ gets the technology out of the way and allows clinicians to get back to basics – the practice of patient care.

“We are extremely pleased to be working with BMC to support the hospital”s enterprise cardiology imaging needs,” says Brenda Rankin, executive vice president and co-founder of Client Outlook. “eUnity™ is the only universal viewer on the market that is specifically optimized for the demanding needs of critical care cardiology. The speed with which eUnity™ executes delivery and display of cardiac images amongst the network of physicians, clinicians and cardiologists at BMC underscores Client Outlook”s commitment to solutions that serve the critical needs of patient care, first and foremost.”

eUnity™ is now available for iOS on the Apple App Store and for the Playbook on Blackberry App World. When used on mobile devices, eUnity™ is for reference and referral only.

About Boston Medical Center

Boston Medical is a 496-bed academic medical center located in the heart of Boston”s historic South End. As the primary teaching affiliate for Boston University School of Medicine, BMC provides a comprehensive range of care – including inpatient, clinical and diagnostic services in more than 70 specialties and subspecialties of medicine and surgery – resulting in nearly one million patient visits per year. With a nationally ranked cardiac care service, BMC is rated number two in America for the fastest treatment of heart-attack patients with blocked arteries (according to national standards). http://www.bmc.org

About Client Outlook, Inc.

Client Outlook is a healthcare company, first, a technology company second. Driven by our own personal healthcare experiences, we challenge ourselves every day to develop and deliver the most practical, useful and secure clinical mobility solutions for physicians and frontline healthcare professionals – right where healthcare happens. For more information about our company and our eUnity™ product suite, visit us on the web at www.clientoutlook.com.

 

*Courtesy of Yahoo! Finance 

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/client-outlook-signs-key-agreement-130000063.html

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