Carestream will exhibit its suite of imaging and health care IT solutions at the Association for Medical Imaging Management (AHRA), which takes place in Nashville, Tenn, from July 31 to August 3.

The company will highlight its digital medical imaging portfolio, which includes new radiography/fluoroscopy and ultrasound systems, in addition to new cone-beam CT technology. Also featured at the conference will be its Clinical Collaboration platform that enables enhanced enterprise imaging.

In addition, Carestream will showcase its Clinical Collaboration Platform, which has a vendor-neutral module for diagnostic viewing, creation, and distribution of interactive multimedia radiology reports. Also on display will be a zero-footprint mobile module that allows for the capture, management, and sharing of non-DICOM clinical data directly from the electronic health record (EHR).

Attendees can also learn about the company’s Vue Motion enterprise viewer that facilitates the sharing of imaging data among clinicians using DICOM and non-DICOM data on mobile devices and computers. Further, Carestream’s MyVue Patient Portal, which can be embedded into the EHR, provides patients with secure data access.

“We continue to enhance our proven radiology offerings, as well as design new systems to offer features and functionality that can improve and expedite the imaging-based diagnosis for orthopedic patients and ultrasound patients,” says Jianqing Bennett, president of digital medical solutions at Carestream.

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