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XStor Medical Systems Announces the Release of its Imaging Platform for Connectivity Between Healthcare Enterprises
Date:12/31/2008

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Dec. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- XStor Medical Systems, a privately held Silicon Valley company, announced today its flagship Imaging Platform for advanced clinical applications and collaborative patient care. The XStor Imaging Platform enables products that facilitate participating hospitals, clinics, and healthcare systems to securely share patient information with affiliates, partners, physician groups, and patients. The XStor Imaging Platform is a complete image management and storage solution for images, videos and related patient information, and is designed to operate in a heterogeneous multi-modality environment within and across health care enterprises. It augments existing infrastructure to improve multidisciplinary collaboration in a secure, web accessible environment, by adhering to existing and emerging industry standards.

"The XStor Imaging Platform is a result of an extensive research and development partnership with leading healthcare companies and hospitals. It leverages XStor's imaging and storage technology to address some of the most demanding needs in clinical and research applications for real time collaboration in healthcare," said Syed Hamdani, CEO of XStor. "We designed our platform for scalability from the department level to the multi-hospital enterprise level at a very affordable cost."

"Our experience with XStor's Imaging Platform enabled OncoView product supports our initial impression that it is a robust, user friendly, exciting product. It has the potential of offering the physician, through its Oncologist centric interface, a means of facilitating image intensive multi-disciplinary decision making. By providing access to real time and archived images and marrying these to relevant clinical information it provides the oncologist with the tools to allow complex decision making in a timely fashion," said Dr. Gordon Ray, Director of Radiation Oncology at Palo Alto Medical Foundation, an affiliate of Sutter Hospitals. Dr. Ray is also an XStor clinical advisory board member.

About XStor Medical Systems:

The company is focused on delivering enterprise class imaging and storage technologies that enable connectivity between healthcare enterprises. It has three strategically located development sites, Mountain View, California, Chicago, Illinois and Chennai, India. This broad positioning gives XStor the depth and reach to help transform and improve patient care.


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