New Apollo eBook Explores Multidisciplinary Patient-Centric Approach to Enterprise Imaging

Apollo, a leading provider of enterprise imaging solutions and an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Public Sector Partner (PSP) Program Member, today introduced a new eBook titled Delivering relevant medical images across the continuum of care. This comprehensive eBook introduces a paradigm shift in enterprise imaging, explaining how a multidisciplinary, patient-centric approach ensures improved patient outcomes, thinking beyond the radiology workflow to reflect both the workflows of other specialties and medical encounters.

“By promoting a state-of-the-art, cloud-based, multidisciplinary medical imaging platform for collaboration on AWS, this approach aims to establish a consistently comprehensive patient profile across all medical specialties,” said Mark Newburger, Apollo CEO.

Highlights of the eBook include:

The Need for a Patient-Centric Approach

Maintain a Single Multidisciplinary Imaging Ecosystem

Optimizing Imaging Technology

Health systems of all sizes can also gain insights into operational efficiencies of managing medical imaging in the cloud and assessing potential financial impact due to IT resources and clinical efficiencies gained.

The eBook is now available for download on the Apollo website.

Apollo’s multidisciplinary medical imaging platform deployed on AWS, arccCloud™ enables health systems to achieve multidisciplinary access to patient images for collaboration, care planning, tumor boards, and viewing across the continuum of care. Deployed using AWS HealthImaging, arccCloud speeds access to medical imaging in addition to providing ROI for storage and IT cost reductions.

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