Tele: 561.316.3330
Breaking Medical Device News

Monday, September 27, 2021
HomeNautilus MedicalNautilus Medical Collaborates with Google Cloud for Secure Radiology Storage and Image Exchange

Nautilus Medical Collaborates with Google Cloud for Secure Radiology Storage and Image Exchange

As one of the largest exchange providers, Nautilus Medical is utilizing the broad technology within Google services to provide a comprehensive image management platform that is used by hundreds of imaging sites today. “Our focus is to bring best in breed services, speed and security to the healthcare market in a platform that anyone can use without the typical high expense and lack of features,” says Nautilus CEO Timothy Kelley.  He continued, “Our customers don’t have concerns over security, large upfront costs and lengthy commitments.”

Nautilus’ easy to use medical information exchange solutions utilize hardware signatures, key strokes, and mouse movements to create unique private keys that ensures foolproof data security. The company’s million-dollar insurance policy for breach protection is testimony to their security capability. An extensive number of features are included that quickly improve workflow and the ability of caregivers to assemble and distribute patient images and data easily. With built-in routing, editing, and anonymization features, Nautilus improves communication between caregivers and patients. Utilizing their ‘print to DICOM’ feature, users can print documents, reports, or images of various types as a DICOM file into a patient folder to ensure a complete view of the patient.

The relationship between Nautilus and Google will deliver more capabilities to more sites including underserved professionals in offices that could use this powerful platform, but do not have a budget for more expensive offerings. Nautilus’ pay-per-use model is very attractive to facilities and individuals looking to reduce cost while not sacrificing quality.

For more information about the new collaboration, come visit us at Google Cloud booth 8161 at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting in Chicago from November 26 to December 1.

Healthcare Tech Outlook recently named Nautilus Medical “Top 10 Medical Imaging Solution Providers – 2017” since Nautilus will have a vital impact on medical imaging for saving cost, speed to care, security and ease of use. Nautilus software is used by more than 700 sites with thousands of users including 33 of the top 50 medical centers in the US. (Cleveland Clinic, Northwestern, Cedars-Sinai, NY Presbyterian, Columbia, Cornell, Harvard, UPENN, UPMC, and more.)

Medical Device News Magazinehttps://infomeddnews.com
Medical Device News Magazine is a division of PTM Healthcare Marketing, Inc. Pauline T. Mayer is the managing editor.

Stay Connected

spot_img

Don't Miss

ProSomnus® Sleep Technologies Adds John E. Remmers, MD, to Leadership Team

Dr. John E. Remmers will provide expert medical and strategic guidance on a range of initiatives, including research and development, regulatory clearances, company strategy, medical education, and clinical investigations.

Nanox to Announce Zebra Medical Vision Secures 8th 510K FDA Clearance for its Coronary Artery Calcium (CAC) Solution as Part of Its Population Health Offering

On August 10th, 2021 Nanox announced that it had entered into an acquisition agreement via merger with Zebra Medical Vision LTD.

Christopher Joyce Joins Miach Orthopaedics as VP & CFO

Christopher Joyce has joined as vice president and chief financial officer, and Kevin Sidow has been appointed to the company’s board of directors.

NGMedical GmbH Receives FDA Clearance for Its AM Titanium Lumbar Interbody BEE® PLIF

The BEE® PLIF cage has been created to benefit from additive manufacturing features. The purposefully designed honeycomb endplate design reduces the risk of subsidence, while allowing fusion.

Recombinant Technologies is Raising Capital to Roll Out a Game Changing Alzheimer’s Treatment

Recombinant Technologies is focused on treating the root cause of Alzheimer's Disease delivering a huge improvement in the quality of life of those afflicted.

Tyber Medical Reaches Agreement to Acquire CatapultMD

Once the acquisition is complete, Tyber Medical will own and operate a combined 100,000-square feet of manufacturing space between its Pennsylvania headquarters and Florida-based facilities.

Kleiner Device Labs Receives FDA Market Clearance for KG2 Surge Flow-Thru Interbody System

The system maximizes total bone graft delivery volume, better distributes graft bilaterally into the intervertebral disc space, and streamlines the implant delivery, positioning, and grafting process for TLIF and PLIF spinal fusion procedures.

Matthew Cranfill New ExtriCARE USA Director Of Clinical Services

"Matt's impressive experience and skillset easily made him our top pick," said Peter Mason, President of ExtriCARE USA.

By using this website you agree to accept Medical Device News Magazine Privacy Policy