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November 19, 2012

Swedish hospital selects Vital visualisation, analysis technology

Skåne University Hospital Malmö in Sweden has selected Vital, a Toshiba Medical Systems Group Company, for advanced visualisation and analysis solutions.

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Skåne University Hospital Malmö in Sweden has selected Vital, a Toshiba Medical Systems Group Company, for advanced visualisation and analysis solutions.

The advanced visualisation and analysis software provides physicians and healthcare specialists with productivity and communication tools to improve patient care that can be accessed throughout the enterprise.

"Partnering with our 5,000th customer is a milestone we are particularly proud of, as it reflects the adoption of the solutions we develop as well as the commitment our employees have to customers and their patients."

Vital president and chief executive officer Erkan Akyuz said the firm has reached many milestones since its foundation, such as introducing one of the first advanced visualisation solutions to the market, and the recent Toshiba acquisition.

"Partnering with our 5,000th customer is a milestone we are particularly proud of, as it reflects the adoption of the solutions we develop as well as the commitment our employees have to customers and their patients," Akyuz added.

Vital’s advanced visualisation technology includes Vitrea Enterprise Suite (VES), VitreaCore, VitreaAdvanced, Vital Image Management System (VIMS) and Vital Services.

VES is a package of advanced visualisation tools, clinical applications and data management systems that integrate with PACS.

VitreaCore offers a straightforward approach to complex data, enabling users to access the basic tools they use most frequently, while VitreaAdvanced includes clinical technologies for cardiovascular, neurovascular and oncology imaging.

The VIMS centralised server allows access to images anywhere, any time, and Vital Services include support, education, and integration and implementation consulting.

Skåne University Hospital Malmö radiology clinical department head and associate professor Lars Bååth said, "We are confident that the solution will exceed the requirements we set forth and look forward to a meaningful partnership with Vital."

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