Virtual Image Exchange
Virtual Image Exchange (VIE)
Share images and reports via DatCard’s proprietary cloud network for secure, online image sharing anywhere, anytime!
Virtual Image Exchange (VIE) extends clinical image access beyond the boundaries of your institution, allowing the exchange and control of images through DatCard’s patent protected cloud network. Recipients can view images and reports anywhere, anytime and import the data into their internal archive. VIE helps institutions improve outcomes, cut costs and expand their user network.
VIE provides hospitals and imaging centers with instant online access and cost-effective methods for delivering medical images and data, anywhere, anytime.
- Extends your ability to receive, manage and distribute clinical images and reports from disparate systems—beyond the walls of your healthcare facility—without reinventing your workflow and standard of care
- Supports images from any source, providing seamless, collaborative access to images across facilities, between imaging departments and referring clinicians—allowing for secure and validated exchange of information on demand
- View and download images and reports anywhere, anytime
- Import an unlimited number of outside CDs into the cloud or internal PACS system for enterprise wide viewing
- Leverages existing HL7 and DICOM based connectivity
- Features a zero install viewer for DICOM image and report display on both MAC and Windows desktops
- Supports both DICOM and non DICOM image types
- Real-time collaboration with other physicians
- Download and view images and reports on your handheld devices
- End to end patented encryption of patient data
- Data is safeguarded within a premier, securely managed globally scalable hosting facility that is HIPAA compliant and SSAE 16 audit certified.
“…I had a physician call from Johns Hopkins/Maryland who needed to see their patients brain MRI immediately. I was able to call the physicians admin assistant, let her know to have the MD check her email and do a quick registration and that I would then send the images. I watched online and as soon as she registered, I immediately sent the MR study. I then went back to the portal to make sure it was ‘viewed’. I am so excited that it was this easy to use!!!!”