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London, United Kingdom, 2011/11/17 - Biotronics3D deploys 3Dnet, the advanced cloud based imaging solution, across the Worcestershire Health Economy . Users can now share images and other information seamlessly, beyond the limitations of their existing systems.
Biotronics3D deploys 3Dnet, the advanced cloud based imaging solution, across the Worcestershire Health Economy which comprises of Worcester Acute Hospital NHS Trust (3 sites) and Worcestershire Health and community Trust (6 community hospital and over 50 community clinics, and more than 67 Family care practices). Users can now share images and other information seamlessly, beyond the limitations of their existing systems. By doing that, they facilitate new innovative workflows, such as supporting a multi location Stroke Management Network, serving a population of 550,000 people.
3Dnet, Biotronics3D’s online medical software-as-a-service solution, facilitates medical image access and interpretation from any location, at any time via an online collaborative network. This subscription based service is claimed to solve everyday clinical workflow problems – the contemporary shortfalls of information accessibility and overload – continuously evolving with the industry with no need to purchase or set-up any hardware or software. It spans across geographies and disciplines, integrating an existing IT system without restricting users to a workstation in anyway.
“3Dnet is excellent! Very good and speedy access- even for complex CTs. Versatility un-equaled from any other offering today”, said John Thornbury, CIO of the Trust. “The adoption of the solution has created a paradigm shift in our Trust. It has liberated my users from tired, dedicated workstations to an innovative subscription based online solution, allowing access, at any time anywhere!”
“With such an innovative, flexible, secure and user friendly solution, it is easy to see why 3Dnet is revolutionizing the industry and receiving recognition and applause for what it has achieved in such a short period of time”, said Dr Harry Hatzakis, Biotronics3D CEO. “With many doors of opportunity opening at such an early stage following the product launch, we’re excited to see the global reaction to 3Dnet. 3Dnet embodies our vision to democratize medical imaging and we invite you to be a part of the experience!”
Biotronics3D (biotronics3d.com) innovates medical imaging by creating a global company driven by a different technology (cloud computing), business (subscription based, SaaS) and philanthropic model for healthcare professionals. The company empowers healthgivers to work with an alternative, free from the tired, traditional PACS methods used in our industry. The Biotronics3D solution, 3Dnet, is the first cloud-based SaaS (software as a service) medical imaging offering through which physicians can share, analyze and visualize medical images and collaborate with colleagues online. 3DNet enables healthcare professionals to access their work at anytime and anyplace using a zero footprint client, free of the previous necessity to restrict themselves to certain desktops. It frees DICOM PACS data without migration by allowing complete and full access to all PACS vendor images across a cloud or internet connection.
About Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust, UK
The Trust provides hospital-based acute services from three main sites – the Alexandra at Redditch, Kidderminster and Worcestershire Royal at Worcester to a population of around 550,000 people in Worcestershire as well as caring for patients from surrounding counties and further afield. The number of patients cared for each year is over 95,000 planned and emergency operations, more than 130,000 A&E attendances and around 500,000 outpatient appointments, including appointments with consultants or specialist nurses, diagnostic tests such as X-rays and minor surgical procedures. The Trust employs more than 5,000 people and has an annual turnover of more than $463 million.