PaxeraUltima 360

Enterprise VNA solutions

PaxeraUltima360 is an enterprise-class data management system that consolidates medical image data from multiple imaging departments into a master directory and associated consolidated storage solution reaching radiologists, clinicians and patients. The enterprise VNA repository is developed to help healthcare facilities maximizes the value of big data through moving from disparate departmental solutions to a single-login solution.


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PaxeraUltima360 VNA solution has a unified repository for data access across the enterprise, a universal viewer that can access any file type and multi-ology images, and a one stop login in. Its scalable and can be deployed while keeping the existing departmental PACS infrastructure.

  • Lifecycle management (with policy-based deletion)
  • Ultra-fast streaming technology
  • Seamless integration with PACS
  • Interoperability with the EMR / HER / RIS systems
  • Universal viewer for all file formats & multi-ology
  • Pre-fetch and auto-route studies as required
  • Supports DICOM and non DICOM
  • Dynamic DICOM tag morphing
  • Flexible architecture
  • Simplify Data Management & Migration
  • Redundancy, no single point of failure, back-ups
  • XDS repository
  • Data Integrity

Single Consolidated Platform

The solution provides a single platform that offers anywhere anytime access to varied clinical data and enables study retrieval to relevant, prior exams that might have been done at other facilities through XDS and HIE sharing. PaxeraUltima-360 manages both DICOM and non-DICOM data and features a smart- streaming technology -the fastest in the industry- allowing almost-instant study viewing and enables users to stay connected to the data through high or low bandwidth.

Streamline Workflow

Designed with productivity in mind, the system offers the ability to browse and query from dispersed PACS systems, a smart hanging protocols, advanced visualization, patient history timeline and a zero footprint viewer for any browser or mobile device. The patient-centric solution benefits users from having a single place to collect, store, share, and manage health data.

Sharing & Collaboration

The Messaging Center enables specialists to group chat, share studies, consult with each other and offer real-time collaboration without leaving the unified PACS interface. Share studies via XDS and HIE; one-click sharing that empowers users to send studies to other physicians for a second opinion, and share images securely by anonymously posting to users’ social-media account or to any of the available radiology groups on Facebook. The all-encompassing tools enhance the workflow and help facilities to provide effective and efficient care.

Business Analytics

The enhanced dashboard is architected with several discrete functions that allows administrators to monitor the status of the system and provides a complete analytical data throughout the enterprise, each of these functions was purposefully built to support rich, exploratory pathways through the data.

Universal Viewer

PaxeraUltima-360 encompasses a vendor-neutral Universal Viewer that offers a powerful new way to access different file formats quickly regardless of the file or study size. Paxera Universal- Viewer helps clinicians make more informed decisions through multi-ology, multi-site reading and enables users to stay connected to the data and information they need from any browser or mobile device.

The viewer’s newly enhanced design offers a shift from the tab-based format, similar to the conventional navigation in a website, to a series of interconnected views – a structure more akin to a mobile application that features a responsive interface. The built-in data pre-processing provides fast access to historical studies so no time is lost in manual searches. The universal viewer integrates with existing EMR/EHR systems and represents an ideal tool for fulfilling the requirements of Meaningful Use stage two.

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