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AGFA HealthCare Shows How Enterprise Imaging Enables ‘Next-Generation Radiology’

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 28 Feb 2024
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Image: Agfa HealthCare is demonstrating how its Enterprise Imaging enables ‘next-generation radiology’ at ECR 2024 (Photo courtesy of Agfa)
Image: Agfa HealthCare is demonstrating how its Enterprise Imaging enables ‘next-generation radiology’ at ECR 2024 (Photo courtesy of Agfa)

At ECR 2024 in Vienna, Agfa HealthCare (Mortsel, Belgium) is demonstrating how it delivers on promises of "next-generation radiology" with innovations to enable imaging without barriers, empowering health systems to pioneer and then navigate the complex and dynamic landscape of modern service delivery.

Attendees can see how Agfa’s Enterprise Imaging Platform is developed to enable location-agnostic management of images, frictionless near real-time access, hassle-free collaboration, and increased confidence in clinical imaging practices. Intelligent workflow orchestration enables health systems to tailor the solution to their specific needs and goals, including shared workflows and task distribution to support established, and envisaged, collaborated hospital networks. Visitors to ECR can also discover how new and fully integrated features of AGFA HealthCare Enterprise Imaging allow radiologists to focus on the patient, and healthcare providers to enhance their standards of care delivery. Enterprise Imaging’s web-based platform harnesses the power of RUBEE® Orchestrator, RUBEE® AI Packages and Streaming Client technologies to deliver accessibility, retrievability, flexibility, efficiency and performance. Images and information are displayed in near-real time, streamed to the radiologist where and when needed, whilst repetitive tasks are reduced.

Increasingly, healthcare providers are recognizing the value of an enterprise strategy with Enterprise Imaging, which builds a secure, modular, and scalable ecosystem - with precision and intuition - in even the largest healthcare integrated network. At ECR 2024, attendees can discover new clinical innovations embedded in the platform. Keen to enable clinicians to become ‘powerhouses’ of evidence-based analytical intelligence, AGFA HealthCare’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Anjum Ahmed will be speaking at the AI Theatre, presenting case study summaries on how customers are leveraging the RUBEE® framework and documenting key performance indicators, in collaboration with AGFA HealthCare and its AI partners.

“Our Enterprise Imaging Platform enables an integrated imaging network - providing ‘imaging without barriers’ across specialties, sites, geographies and time zones by reducing complexity, improving clinical collaboration, and enabling healthcare providers to achieve their goals to their full potential,” said Roberto Anello, Regional President for Northern Europe for AGFA HealthCare. “That’s why our AGFA HealthCare Enterprise Imaging Platform is purposefully designed to enhance the radiologists’ flow by eliminating barriers and disruptions.”

“Delivering technology that feels like an extension of a clinician’s thinking is at the core Enterprise Imaging, and we are excited to show our support to ECR’s own next-generation philosophy, plus their drive to co-join humans and technology, within our own solutions,” added Andrea Polticchia, Regional President for Southern Europe. “The European Radiology community is renowned for forward-thinking - historically providing AGFA HealthCare with some of the most insightful viewpoints. We are naturally delighted to share those advancements with this community at ECR 2024.”

“AI must be at the heart of any discussion around the future of medical imaging, and we are certain that we remain on the cutting-edge of dialogue to provide qualified, consultative input,” said Dr. Anjum. “With RUBEE® AI Packages, we offer best-of-breed AI packages that help break down barriers to implementing innovation and enable clinicians to become powerhouses of evidence-based analytical intelligence. Departments become more productive, and staff more data efficient. Our customers have shared key metrics with us on how they are improving their clinical operations by leveraging the RUBEE® AI strategy, which is helping us innovate further.”

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