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Voyant Health Announces: Spectrum Health Licenses TraumaCad Enterprise and TraumaCad Extend

Voyant Health™ announced today that Spectrum Health (Grand Rapids, Michigan) has licensed its TraumaCad Enterprise orthopedic templating solution and its TraumaCad Extend workflow solution.

(PRWEB) November 27, 2009 -- Voyant Health™ announced today that Spectrum Health (Grand Rapids, Michigan) has licensed its TraumaCad Enterprise orthopedic templating solution and its TraumaCad Extend workflow solution, to allow its orthopedic surgeons to perform digital presurgical planning using images from multiple digital imaging systems, from anywhere on the Spectrum Health network.

The largest employer in West Michigan, Spectrum Health has 16,000 staff members, 1,500 physicians, and 2,000 volunteers, and is noted for its inclusion in the Top 100 Integrated Networks; Most Wired Hospitals (published by Healthcare magazine);and the Top 101 Places to Work in Michigan.

George Vallillee, MBA, Manager Radiology Information Solutions at Spectrum Health, explains: “We have dozens of orthopedic surgeons from multiple groups, not all of whom use the same PACS system as Spectrum Health. We were looking for a strong digital templating solution with surgeon-friendly tools, as well as an enterprise workflow solution that could smoothly and securely, knit together multiple PACS systems, including the Spectrum Health PACS system, to make it simple for our orthopedic surgeons to do their work in their own clinics, at Spectrum Health hospitals, and from home.”

Vallillee adds, “With TraumaCad Enterprise and TraumaCad Extend, we believe we have achieved our objectives and look forward to providing these new capabilities to our orthopedic surgeons.”

Zeev Glozman, Voyant Health CEO, adds, “When we developed TraumaCad Extend, we were aiming at exactly the situation that Spectrum Health has: multiple groups, multiple surgeons, multiple imaging systems, and with no practical way to tie them all together. We look for Spectrum Health to push the envelope, so that all of us at Voyant Health can stay abreast of evolving requirements in the busy surgeon’s clinical practice.”

Voyant Health will be showcasing its solutions at the upcoming Annual Assembly of the Radiological Society of North America, at McCormick Place in Chicago, from November 29 through December 4, 2009. South Hall, Booth # 3055.

About Voyant Health
Voyant Health™ is the new name of Orthocrat - the creator of TraumaCad™. Voyant Health has a simple mission: To dramatically improve the orthopedic surgeon’s workflow, so that more time can be spent with patients. TraumaCad, our flagship product, installed at over 1,000 locations worldwide, allows surgeons to template their cases accurately and effortlessly. VoyantFlow, from our suite of workflow solutions, has proved that a busy surgeon can expect to get rid of an hour of repetitive drudgery each day, and spend that time with patients instead. OrthoWeb enables surgeons and affiliated staff to access their cases and perform template from anywhere, with a simple monthly subscription.

Voyant Health has offices in Columbia, MD; London, UK; and Tel Aviv, Israel. Visit us at

About Spectrum Health
Spectrum Health is a not-for-profit health system in West Michigan that offers a full continuum of care through the Spectrum Health Hospital Group, a collection of seven hospitals and more than 140 service sites; the Spectrum Health Medical Group and mmpc, multispecialty physician groups with more than 400 providers; and Priority Health, a health plan with nearly 500,000 members. Spectrum Health's 16,000 employees, 1,500 medical staff members and 2,000 volunteers are committed to delivering the highest quality care. The organization provided $111.1 million in community benefit during its 2008 fiscal year. As a system, Spectrum Health has earned more than 100 awards during the past 10 years.
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