A zero footprint, diagnostic quality, image sharing portal for providers.
Vitrea View image-enables your EMR, allowing users to access images directly from patient records. It provides fast and secure access to diagnostic-quality images and multimedia files – both DICOM and non-DICOM – from across the enterprise and beyond. By providing a single point of access from a browser on a desktop, laptop or mobile device*, Vitrea View enterprise viewer integrates images effectively into primary clinical workflows to help improve care coordination.
Access relevant imaging data quickly
View patient images and associated data quickly and easily, for faster consultation. Connect with multiple data sources, including DICOM, non-DICOM, full-motion video and report data.
Zero footprint deployment and access on Desktops, Tablets and Mobile Devices*
Simplify image viewing and reduce IT overhead with our zero footprint deployment option, requiring no application install. Supports anytime, anywhere image viewing needs, on all devices.
Expand sharing capabilities
With Vitrea Connection, share images with affiliated or non-affiliated providers through our integrated image sharing application. Easily import and upload images from outside providers, even on mobile devices.
Partnering with Vital gave us the opportunity to bring leading-edge technology into our culture of providing our patients with seamless, coordinated, and more-informed care. Vitrea is fast and works intuitively. The ease with which we can share images among providers helps us meet and exceed our goals for patient care and patient satisfaction.”
Enable clinical access to patient’s history
View the patient’s complete history, including exams and reports from the patient timeline, and see future scheduled exams.
Seamless integration with EMR
Provides immediate access to images directly through the EMR, enabling easy access with a single sign-on and integration into primary care workflows.
*When accessed from a mobile device, Vitrea View is for informational purposes only and is not intended for diagnostic use.