Greater flexibility in health data management and more efficient workflow
Newport Beach, CA (February 17, 2016) – Candelis, Inc., one of the fastest growing healthcare IT companies, announces availability of the latest version of its platform software for its over 2,300 existing installations.
Version 2.2.8, dubbed Mercury, offers Vendor Neutral Archive (VNA) capabilities for health data storage. While other VNAs have a cost- prohibitive price tag, Candelis has redefined the notion of VNA via an affordable solution, and in the process, enabled any facility – be it a small imaging center, a community hospital or a large hospital – to consolidate patient imaging and other departmental content into one repository.
Immediately Available for Growing Install Base Now in Excess of 2,200 Systems
Newport Beach, CA (November 9, 2015) – Candelis, Inc., one of the fastest growing Healthcare IT companies, announces its new portfolio of VNA (Vendor-Neutral Archive) products. The VNA upgrade is available to the Candelis install base of more than 2,200 hospitals and imaging centers worldwide.
Candelis has redefined the VNA, configuring a solution that can provide a high-performance real time system, a scalable deep archive – or both, enabling local storage options or exploitation of existing storage pools within an existing enterprise system. Now any facility – be it a small imaging center, a community hospital or a large hospital - can consolidate patient imaging and other departmental content into one repository.
Candelis Provides Modern and Comprehensive Image Management Platform to Colombian Hospital
Newport Beach, CA (November 1, 2015) – Candelis, Inc., one of the fastest growing healthcare IT companies, installs a solution at Hospital Universitario San Rafael in Bogota, Colombia.
The 400-bed hospital was dissatisfied with its previous image management and workflow solution, which was causing inefficiencies in workflow, storage limitations, greater likelihood for patient data inconsistency and error, and was unable to accommodate their growing needs.
Newport Beach, CA (June 19, 2015) – Candelis, Inc., one of the fastest growing healthcare IT companies, announces that its ASTRATM image exchange platform has been adopted by a Fortune 200 pharmaceutical company for worldwide clinical trials image and data sharing.
Clinical trial protocols require that studies are performed with specific imaging requirements, often resulting in a voluminous collection of data. Clinical trials involving imaging can range from simple trials with a few dozen subjects to those that are large and complex with thousands of subjects requiring hundreds of gigabytes of storage space.