Ambra Health Announces Integration with Box

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Ambra reports this new integration allows facilities using Box to securely share and collaborate on DICOM medical imaging. Ambra has built an integration leveraging Box’s API to provide a wide-breadth of enhanced DICOM capabilities. Ambra Health’s cloud-based PACS and image management platform handle all DICOM modalities including MR, CT, PET, CR, US, and MG.

“Ambra and Box provide a much more streamlined workflow for facilities and reduces the number of individual platforms that users need to login to. Now, with just a single click, users can log-in to their Box account and share imaging, leading to more opportunities than ever before for collaboration,” said Andrew Duckworth, VP of Business Development, Ambra Health.

Together, Box and Ambra Health’s image management suite provides an opportunity for seamless image exchange across the web, reducing the use of CDs, improving patient care, and simplifying physician and provider workflows along the way.

“Healthcare providers are increasingly looking to centralize their content in a single cloud content management platform, and Ambra’s integration provides another way for them to include DICOM content in Box,” said Andrew Keating, Managing Director of Healthcare, Box. “At Box, we believe in enabling our customers to have access to other best-of-breed services. I’m thrilled that Ambra’s integration is now available to Box customers, alongside over 1400 others and look forward to hearing more about the incredible use cases this enables for hospitals, clinics, and other organizations.”

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