In less than a month, 15 Hospital Trusts from the UK‘s National Health Service (NHS) have chosen Kanteron Systems‘ platform (TMIS) to integrate medical imaging and clinical genomics. Only weeks after the general availability of Kanteron Systems source code for the NHS was announced, the following NHS Trusts have already joined the group of TMIS users around the world: North Bristol Trust Liverpool Heart & Chest Hospital NHS FT University Hospital of South Manchester Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals Addenbrooke’s Hospital | Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde University of Bradford Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust The Royal Marsden Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust NHS Forth Valley Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust Salford Royal North Cumbria University Hospital NHS Trust UCLH – University College London Hospitals Note: Previously, Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) was already a customer of Kanteron Systems.
Turn-key Solution to Provide Clinical Genomic Interpretation on Leading Precision Medicine Data Platform LONDON (UK) – VALENCIA (Spain), July 18, 2016 — Kanteron Systems, the leading provider of medical imaging and clinical genomics software for precision medicine, and TellMeGen, a leading provider of genomic interpretation, announce a partnership to make TellMeGen’s clinical interpretation available to hospitals through the Kanteron platform. Clinicians need to translate molecular information and interpretation into actionable therapeutic strategies.
Campbell, CA, March 16, 2016 – Dicom Systems, Inc., an Enterprise Imaging interoperability expert, announced today its partnership with Kanteron Systems, Inc. (USA, Spain, and UK). This partnership will deliver more comprehensive, real-time patient information to specialists, enabling improved correlation of clinical data and medical imaging within one, consolidated visual context. Kanteron Systems, the leading aggregator of Genomics, Pathology and Radiology imaging and data for multi-discipline clinical specialists, has selected Dicom Systems and its Enterprise Imaging Workflow Unifier as a universal adapter to seamlessly integrate its clinical data management solutions within any healthcare enterprise environment.
• Precision Medicine: Genomic data integrated with EMRs means precise diagnostics and pharmacogenomic indications (which medications will work better in each specific patient). • 360º View of the Patient: Radiology and Pathology imaging is only part of the picture in many cases. • Genomic data has been, until now, the missing key piece of information in digital records for personalized medicine. everis, an NTT Data company, announces a partnership with Kanteron Systems to provide its Next-Generation Electronic Health Record, ehCOS CLINIC, with a robust platform for clinical genomics, key to precise diagnostics and personalized medicine.
Kanteron Systems today announced a partnership with IBM that brings the power of Medical Imaging Analysis to the IBM Cloud marketplace. Starting today, IBM clients can integrate very specific tools for medical image processing and analysis into their workflows with the click of a button. The first available digital pathology image algorithms perform color separation for Hematoxylin, Eosin and Diaminobenzidine immunohistochemical staining. The IBM Cloud marketplace offers client’s access to more than 100 SaaS applications, IBM‘s Bluemix™ platform-as-a-service with its suite of composable services, the powerful SoftLayer infrastructure-as-a-service and IBM‘s rich intellectual capital and deep industry expertise.
The University Hospital San Ignacio (HUSI) at the Javeriana University in Bogota (Colombia) has chosen to renew the Kanteron Systems digital medical imaging solution they have been using since 2011. This updates the PACS and RIS system to the corresponding modules of the newKanteron Systems TMIS (Translational Medical Imaging System). The new system is being installed in an IBM Pure Flex platform providing HUSI with new features, improved performance and speed, flexibility and unparalleled convenience to provide access to users through a web interface (HTML5) without installing any software (zero-footprint) and accessible from any device (responsive design).
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