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News Article | November 17, 2016
Site: www.marketwired.com

FOSTER CITY, CA--(Marketwired - November 17, 2016) - TeraRecon, (www.terarecon.com), a leader in advanced visualization and enterprise medical image viewing solutions, announces the release of an advanced integration with Agfa Healthcare's Enterprise Imaging 8.1. Agfa and TeraRecon continue to further the long standing collaboration and partnership with the release of an API between iNtuition™ and Enterprise Imaging 8.1. This combined solution delivers a unique workflow that provides a complete clinical and imaging experience. Through this simple and seamless integration, physicians can deliver efficient and effective patient care while focusing on the imaging space and having access to the advanced tools needed for navigating volumetric studies. The advanced integration is currently available and will be on display at the upcoming Radiological Society of North America's (RSNA) annual meeting in Chicago, Illinois starting November 27th, 2016. Attendees may visit the booths of TeraRecon (#7165) or Agfa Healthcare (#3336) for more information. About TeraRecon (www.terarecon.com) TeraRecon is the largest independent, vendor neutral medical image viewing solution provider with a focus on advanced image processing innovation. TeraRecon iNtuition and iNteract+ solutions advance the accessibility, performance, clinical functionality and medical imaging workflow throughout many areas of the healthcare ecosystem. The company provides world class advanced visualization 3D post-processing tools, as well as a spectrum of enterprise medical image viewing, diagnostic interpretation, image sharing, interoperability and collaboration solutions. TeraRecon is a privately-held company with its world headquarters in Foster City, California with major offices in Acton, MA, Durham, NC, Frankfurt, Germany and Tokyo, Japan.


A cloud server receives a request for accessing medical image data from a client device, where the cloud server provides image processing services to users in image processing steps, resulting in image views. User privileges of a user are determined for accessing the medical image data. In response to receiving a command having a selection of an image view from the client device, the cloud server provides the medical image data based on the selected one or more image views. The user interactions of the user with the medical image data via the selected image views are tracked, including tracking how long in time the user has spent on a particular image view. An analysis is performed on the tracked user interactions to determine an overall usage trend of the image views.


According to one embodiment, at least a portion of medical information of a patient is displayed within MRCS executed within a local device, the medical information including medical treatment history of the patient. At least a portion of the displayed medical information of the patient is transmitted to a medical imaging processing server over a network, where the transmitted medical information includes a patient identifier (ID) of the patient. Both the at least a portion of patient medical information and one or more medical images are displayed within the MRCS, where the medical images are associated with the patient and rendered by the medical image processing server. A set of icons representing a set of image processing tools is displayed within the MRCS, which when activated by a user, allow an image to be manipulated by the imaging processing server.


According to one embodiment, at least a portion of medical information of a patient is displayed within MRCS executed within a local device, the medical information including medical treatment history of the patient. At least a portion of the displayed medical information of the patient is transmitted to a medical imaging processing server over a network, where the transmitted medical information includes a patient identifier (ID) of the patient. Both the at least a portion of patient medical information and one or more medical images are displayed within the MRCS, where the medical images are associated with the patient and rendered by the medical image processing server. A set of icons representing a set of image processing tools is displayed within the MRCS, which when activated by a user, allow an image to be manipulated by the imaging processing server.


According to one embodiment, workflow templates are stored, each including a predefined sequence of workflow stages associated with a particular type of medical diagnosis or process. Each workflow stage defines one or more image processing operations to be performed. At least one workflow stage generates metadata specifying a parameter to be used by another workflow stage for processing a corresponding medical image. In response to medical image data received, at least one of the image processing operations defined by the workflow stages is performed on the medical image data. A scene is generated for each of the workflow stages representing an image view representing the medical image data. In response to a save or validate command received from a user, the scene associated with each of the workflow stages is stored in a persistent storage, which can be used to recreate a corresponding medical image view subsequently.


According to one embodiment, workflow templates are maintained, each workflow template including a predefined sequence of workflow stages associated with a particular type of medical diagnosis or process. In response to a request for processing medical image data from a user, a user identifier (ID) that identifies the user is automatically determined based on the request. At least one of the workflow templates that is specifically configured to process medical image data associated with the user is identified based on the user ID. One or more image processing operations defined by the identified workflow template are performed on the medical image data, generating a scene corresponding to an image view representing the medical image data. The scene associated with each of the workflow stages is stored in a persistent storage, where a scene includes metadata used to recreate a corresponding medical image view subsequently.


News Article | February 21, 2017
Site: www.marketwired.com

Prototype WIA Cloud engines learn from physician-driven workflow and improve automation in real-time ORLANDO, FL--(Marketwired - February 21, 2017) - TeraRecon (www.terarecon.com), a leader in advanced visualization and enterprise medical image viewing solutions, is demonstrating their Within Image Analysis (WIA™) Cloud* machine learning solution this week at Healthcare Information & Management Systems Society (HIMSS17) Conference and Exhibition in Orlando, Florida. WIA Cloud aims to accelerate and automate image interpretation & advanced post-processing tasks using artificial intelligence to eliminate repetitive operator tasks. WIA Cloud is a platform that can provide access to closed-loop, semi-automated ground-truth machine learning engines and artificial intelligence algorithms. This platform will have the ability to rapidly impact clinical applications and deliver customized workflow enhancements by providing a wide range of artificial intelligence and machine learning engines that identify, categorize and characterize images. The platform will integrate to 3rd party applications and learn end-user behaviors, all the while allowing physicians to independently validate the macro-level indications of each engine's output. "We are merely at the ground floor of what WIA Cloud can offer. We are extremely optimistic about its broad potential and direct impact to imaging workflow. As we continue to grow the application spectrum, we see immediate opportunities to apply this science in the areas of stroke patient triage, complex cardiac MR interpretation automation and specific types of analysis tools that are not achievable with more common deterministic methods of image analysis", said Jeff Sorenson, President and CEO of TeraRecon. Jeff continued, "WIA Cloud is a game changer for TeraRecon because it allows us to innovate faster and to do so in a more inclusive way with other industry partners. It holds the potential to redefine the future of advanced visualization and intelligent image review." In addition, the company today announced the full general-availability release of its turbo-performance Volume Pro® (VP) CUDA® interface layer readying the platform for nVidia CUDA® GPUs and eliminating the need for previously required proprietary hardware. All current and future customers will have the opportunity to affordably upgrade to this new technology, which provides a 400% increase in system performance. Currently, TeraRecon's iNtuition™ advanced visualization platform is on display running both VP CUDA and a prototype WIA Cloud engine that suggests image classifications on Cardiac MR studies, as well as other engines and features, at HIMSS 2017 in Orlando, booth #1475. *WIA Cloud is currently in development as an application of iNtuition Cloud TeraRecon is the largest independent, vendor neutral medical image viewing solution provider with a focus on advanced image processing innovation. TeraRecon iNtuition and iNteract+ solutions advance the accessibility, performance, clinical functionality and medical imaging workflow throughout many areas of the healthcare ecosystem. The company provides world class advanced visualization 3D post-processing tools, as well as a spectrum of enterprise medical image viewing, diagnostic interpretation, image sharing, interoperability and collaboration solutions. TeraRecon is a privately-held company with its world headquarters in Foster City, California with major offices in Acton, MA, Durham, NC, Frankfurt, Germany and Tokyo, Japan.


ORLANDO, Fla. and TINTON FALLS, N.J., Feb. 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Commvault (NASDAQ: CVLT), a global leader in enterprise backup, recovery, archive and medical image migration, today announced a technology achievement with TeraRecon, a leader in advanced visualization and enterprise...


News Article | February 20, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

ORLANDO, Fla., Feb. 20, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- TeraRecon (www.terarecon.com), a leader in advanced visualization and enterprise medical image viewing solutions, debuted their new high-performance, cloud-based augmented reality solution, the HoloPack™ Portal*, today at the Health Information & Management Systems Society (HIMSS17) Annual Conference & Exhibition, in Orlando, Florida.  The HoloPack Portal extends the TeraRecon viewing platform to provide a full-spectrum user experience that is applicable to both clinical experts and their patients. TeraRecon President and CEO Jeff Sorenson states, “By adding augmented reality to TeraRecon’s suite of solutions, advanced visualization moves from on-screen to off-screen with interactive holography.  This addition perfectly complements TeraRecon’s 3D Print Pack™ portal which expands visualization even further with an in-hand, 3D printed medical model.  Using advanced visualization to power an end-to-end medical image viewing experience aligns to our vision for innovative, engaging and intelligent imaging workflows.” Leveraging Microsoft’s Azure® as a high-powered GPU-enabled computing platform, the augmented reality solution is co-hosted in TeraRecon’s iNtuition™ Cloud along with their Within Image Analysis (WIA™) platform for applied machine learning.  Additionally, the HoloPack Portal uses image streaming technology optimized for superior speed and responsiveness by Seattle-based TeraRecon partner, Vizua. Visit TeraRecon at HIMSS Booth #1475 to experience the full suite of viewing solutions including the HoloPack Portal, 3D printing and their full range of advanced medical image viewers. *HoloPack Portal is intended for non-diagnostic display and discussion or education purposes only About TeraRecon (www.terarecon.com)  TeraRecon is the largest independent, vendor neutral medical image viewing solution provider with a focus on advanced image processing innovation.  TeraRecon iNtuition and iNteract+ solutions advance the accessibility, performance, clinical functionality and medical imaging workflow throughout many areas of the healthcare ecosystem. The company provides world class advanced visualization 3D post-processing tools, as well as a spectrum of enterprise medical image viewing, diagnostic interpretation, image sharing, interoperability and collaboration solutions.  TeraRecon is a privately-held company with its world headquarters in Foster City, California with major offices in Acton, MA, Durham, NC, Frankfurt, Germany and Tokyo, Japan.


News Article | February 28, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

FOSTER CITY, Calif., Feb. 28, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- TeraRecon (www.terarecon.com), a leader in advanced visualization and enterprise medical image viewing solutions, has selected to participate in the new UK NHS Supply Chain Framework. The NHS Supply Chain provides high-quality, cost-effective, and patient-focused healthcare products and supply chain services to the UK’s National Health Service (NHS), including hundreds of NHS trusts and healthcare organizations. “The UK is emerging as a very exciting and innovative market for us, and we are excited to announce our participation in the NHS Supply Chain Framework. We are seeing a deep commitment and openness to more pure-play solutions that better position NHS hospitals for the rapidly changing healthcare IT landscape,” said Maria Proud-Levitas, UK Regional Sales Manager. Maria continued, “We work across the entire enterprise to offer a single viewing platform to serve the many various specialties requiring advanced tools for image review. Advanced visualization is at our core and is the reason we are being selected by our customers to consolidate on one platform and plan for the future.” TeraRecon provides a full medical image viewing platform, including their industry leading advanced visualization, universal viewing, Overlay PACS™ viewing, as well as new holography and 3D Printing solutions.  With deep roots in multi-specialty clinical tools, TeraRecon has been helping UK customers achieve their viewing and infrastructure goals in the UK since 2002. About TeraRecon (www.terarecon.com)  TeraRecon is the largest independent, vendor neutral medical image viewing solution provider with a focus on advanced image processing innovation.  TeraRecon iNtuition™ and iNteract+ solutions advance the accessibility, performance, clinical functionality and medical imaging workflow throughout many areas of the healthcare ecosystem. The company provides world class advanced visualization 3D post-processing tools, as well as a spectrum of enterprise medical image viewing, diagnostic interpretation, image sharing, cloud, interoperability and collaboration solutions.  TeraRecon is a privately-held company with its world headquarters in Foster City, California with major offices in Frankfurt, Germany; Tokyo, Japan; Acton, MA, and Durham, NC.

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