ENTERPRISE-WIDE ADVANCED VISUALIZATION FOR MULTIPLE MODALITIES AND SPECIALTIES
VitreaAdvanced®, Vital’s advanced visualization solution, provides powerful 2D, 3D and 4D images for applications addressing cardiovascular, neurovascular and oncology disease states. Fueled by intelligent automation, it utilizes an intuitive clinical workflow to improve speed and simplicity of use, while offering a straightforward approach to complex information. VitreaAdvanced can be customized with Vital’s clinical applications, and offers seamless integration and interoperability with PACS and EMR systems. Its scalable and versatile deployment options allow for customization within the enterprise, making it fit with existing infrastructures. With VitreaAdvanced, customers have the tools, information and access they need, when and where they need it.
VitreaAdvanced runs on Vital Image Management System (VIMS), a centralized server that is designed around three core architectural principles: clinical applications, data management and storage management. Each of these principles facilitates scalability, serviceability and delivery of fault tolerance. Vital’s clinical applications and data management systems are backed by first-class customer service.
Vitrea® Enterprise Suite, Vital’s Advanced Visualization suite of products and services, helps you share images and clinical functionality across your medical enterprise.
Any authorized user can access content repositories through the Web from any location.
Consistent workflows and a unified user experience helps to standardize tools and interfaces.
Vital can integrate and consolidate disparate hardware, software, system protocols and platforms across the medical enterprise.
Vital is certified both as Citrix Ready™ and VMware® Ready.
All clinical applications leverage the power of Vital’s centralized data management system.
VitreaAdvanced provides state-of-the-art clinical applications for deep analytics and medical imaging informatics.
Vital solutions can be easily scaled to meet the changing needs of the medical enterprise.