Hyland Healthcare Partners With Life Image to Optimize Data and Imaging Access Between Providers and Patients
Hyland Healthcare Partnership promotes image exchange with a true zero footprint; improves interoperability between providers
Hyland Healthcare, a leading provider of connected healthcare enterprise imaging and content services, has partnered with Life Image, the world’s largest medical evidence network providing access to points of care and curated clinical and imaging data. The partnership will improve data and imaging access between healthcare providers and their patients.
The collaboration between Hyland and Life Image draws on each organization’s vision to help healthcare institutions deliver the best possible care to their patients. Combining Hyland’s enterprise imaging suite, including NilRead enterprise and diagnostic viewer, with Life Image’s digital image exchange network bolsters interoperability within the healthcare ecosystem and provides physicians and other hospital staff with essential access to images from any device, anytime.
“Our mission is to deliver a complete view of patients’ information to healthcare providers, granting images and content in context and filling the need for an all-encompassing view of data to best understand each patient,” said Colleen Sirhal, chief clinical officer at Hyland. “With Life Image’s global network of 10,000 clinical endpoints connected to 150,000 U.S. providers, our partnership with Life Image provides a scalable, zero-footprint imaging solution with anytime access in its network to enhance clinical efficiency and quality of care.”
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“Our strategic partnership with Hyland Healthcare, a market leader developing essential enterprise imaging and information and process management solutions, will promote universal, enterprise-wide access to images and content while broadening our growth strategy,” said Matthew A. Michela, president and CEO of Life Image. “We’re looking forward to working together to improve access to information and enhance quality of care.”
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