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Sectra Demonstrates Complete Enterprise Imaging Offering

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 02 Mar 2023
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Image: At ECR 2023, Sectra is demonstrating how its enterprise imaging solution can help tackle challenges in radiology imaging (Photo courtesy of Sectra)
Image: At ECR 2023, Sectra is demonstrating how its enterprise imaging solution can help tackle challenges in radiology imaging (Photo courtesy of Sectra)

Sectra, Inc. (Linköping, Sweden) is demonstrating its complete enterprise imaging offering at ECR 2023 with Sectra VNA and our Best-in-KLAS PACS for radiology, pathology, and cardiology at its core. Visitors to the Sectra booth can experience its high-performance, rich diagnostic application and all the time-saving tools needed to optimize reading and reporting and create brilliant workflows.

At ECR 2023, Sectra is highlighting Sectra One that provides an enterprise imaging offering as a subscription, or ‘all-you-can-eat’ business model. It gives full access to the complete Sectra enterprise imaging portfolio, the latest releases, and all future developed features and functionalities within the contract length. It also maps costs to the level of utilization of the system, providing increased flexibility as volumes change. Depending on an organization’s size and needs, Sectra One is provided in four separate tiers, including different bundles of suitable collections of software and functionality. Buyers select the tier that matches their organizational needs the best, and can easily switch tier when required.

Sectra is also highlighting Sectra Amplifier Service, a single point of coordination for contracting, purchasing, and servicing of AI applications, validated and verified for use at point of care. It provides a marketplace to browse and buy applications and a cloud-based platform to host them. Sectra’s vendor-neutral interface simplifies adoption and provides a unified user experience for radiology imaging, breast imaging, and digital pathology. Alongside, Sectra is demonstrating its KLAS-awarded PACS that allows radiologists to perform the vast majority of their workload from a single application. A modular system optimized for use in mission-critical environments, it can be scaled to fit the needs of any healthcare enterprise. Sectra PACS, together with any RIS, gives efficient radiology workflows as well as efficient communication within the radiology department and with referring physicians.

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