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TeraMedica Unveils Improved Univision, Now Offering a Multi-Layer Enterprise Viewing Platform
Date:3/1/2010

TeraMedica Healthcare Technology, a leading medical informatics company, has launched an improved web viewer for its flagship Evercore® – Clinical Enterprise Suite that can manage up to 85 percent of a healthcare provider’s clinical data, regardless of the size of the facility.

Milwaukee, WI (PRWEB) March 1, 2010 -- TeraMedica Healthcare Technology, a leading medical informatics company, has launched an improved web viewer for its flagship Evercore® – Clinical Enterprise Suite that can manage up to 85 percent of a healthcare provider’s clinical data, regardless of the size of the facility.

The proven Univision™ - Enterprise Web Viewer services every desktop, while the new offering ImageConnect, allows a seamless single context access point for all underlying PACS and other image management systems. In order to accommodate the high-end imaging user, TeraMedica now provides a fully featured enterprise diagnostic viewer. The Univision™ - Clinical Web Viewer completes the imaging continuum of care and provides an integrated, advanced diagnostic system to deliver increased functionality across the healthcare enterprise and beyond.

“With the new Univision™ viewer, clinicians now have a full spectrum of diagnostic tools for radiology, cardiology, mammography, orthopedics, nuclear medicine and many other advanced functions,” said Jim Prekop, president and chief executive officer of TeraMedica. “This addition presents a radical breakthrough for the enterprise medical imaging fraternity.”
Evercore® is used by leading providers across the U.S., including Mayo Clinic, MD Anderson Cancer Center of the University of Texas, and University of California Davis.

With the Evercore® software platform, healthcare providers can consolidate information in the form of and vendor neutral architecture seamles
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