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Enterprise Imaging Workflow Trends Sustain Growth for Laurel Bridge Software in 2020

Laurel Bridge Software, a provider of imaging software solutions that enable health systems to orchestrate their medical imaging workflows, experienced meaningful growth during 2020. Despite the challenges and uncertainty caused by the COVID pandemic, Laurel Bridge added several new significant clients in 2020. They consisted of large healthcare providers, resellers, and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), including the following: 4DMedical, Avreo, eMed Informatics, Philips Healthcare, Resoundant, Ultromics, and Vital Images.

The primary drivers of this growth include the following ongoing enterprise medical imaging trends:

  • The need to empower organizations to overcome the interoperability challenges that have resulted from health system consolidation
  • New workflows that were caused by COVID-related disruptions
  • Requirements to ensure access to medical imaging data across the enterprise for improved clinical care
  • Continued expansion and integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) workflows

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The challenging workflows that drive healthcare providers to seek help from Laurel Bridge Software commonly include anonymization, teleradiology, women’s imaging, archive migrations and consolidations, point-of-care imaging, and dose and structured report data integration.

Laurel Bridge customers often refer to their Enterprise Imaging Workflow Suite as the “Swiss Army Knife” of medical imaging workflow because the following components can be integrated in virtually limitless ways to solve numerous, and often unique, imaging workflow problems.

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