Enterprise viewing is an important piece of the Lexmark healthcare content management solution to deliver complete information within the applications you use every day. In January 2015, Claron Technology joined the Lexmark family, bringing enterprise viewing solutions with the power to significantly enhance clinical efficiency and quality of care.
The diagnostic viewer, NilRead Interpretation, provides physicians with a complete toolbox to make more informed decisions. The reference viewer, NilRead Clinical, makes collaboration among physicians easy and efficient. Together, NilRead viewing solutions leverage our Withinsight Framework (WIF) software development toolkit to enable healthcare organizations to view medical images and clinical content like never before.
NilRead viewing solutions are a single, universal platform that empowers physicians to view medical images and clinical content in any format across the enterprise.
With NilRead, referring physicians and diagnosticians work together without the constraints of departmental silos. Unlike viewers that require separate departmental logins, NilRead’s approach is not confined to a single ‘ology. Instead, clinicians can access and interact with images and reports for all patient images in a single view across the enterprise.
Physicians and other hospital staff need access to images from any device, anytime. With NilRead, images can be viewed on any computer, primary reading station, tablet or mobile device. Convenience and individualized workflow is the result.
NilRead viewers are pure zero-footprint viewers with no software to install, or restrictions on browser use. Unlike competing products, NilRead does not require a plugin and can be deployed immediately, from anywhere, with little to no IT support.
Universal, enterprise-wide access to images and content, significantly enhances patient care. With NilRead’s powerful collaboration tools, clinicians discuss and decide in real time, driving faster informed decisions and more precise treatment.
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