NTT DATA Services announced the company’s new Unified Clinical Analytics and Management Platform. The platform is designed to integrate imaging analytics in the workflows of clinical teams and radiologists to meet the new standards of value-based care requirements in the healthcare imaging industry.
Through the company’s existing partnerships with Zebra Medical Vision, Imbio and other algorithm providers, NTT DATA Services has integrated imaging research tools to deliver this new vendor-neutral platform.
The Unified Clinical Analytics and Management Platform has the ability to:
- Integrate a reporting tool in any picture archiving and communication system (PACS) workstation with annotated iconic images for guidance
- Drop images into a desktop engine that allows specific AI algorithms to execute locally without additional hardware
- Integrate reports into dictation solutions to provide annotated series as well as digital imaging and communications in medicine (DICOM) structured reports into the vendor neutral archive (VNA) and PACS
NTT DATA Services will be at the Radiology Society of North America (RSNA) at booth #1724 to demonstrate the new Unified Clinical Analytics and Management Platform. Specifically, the team will showcase the new VNA features from NTT DATA Services’ R&D and the Enterprise Imaging and Analytics partners that will provide universal viewers, analytic dashboards, and support for non-DICOM modalities.