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Image Exchange

Lenia Health also offers robust image exchange capabilities. Its secure image exchange platform enables healthcare providers to securely share medical images and reports with referring physicians, specialists, and other authorized parties. This facilitates collaboration and ensures timely access to critical imaging data, enhancing patient care and decision-making.


Key Features

  • Intelligent Routing: Route images based on DICOM tags, enabling sophisticated filtering and routing based on a wide range of criteria, including modality, patient ID, study date, and more. 

  • Version Translation: Supports HL7 version to version translations and transform into different formats or protocols, such as XML, JSON, and RESTful APIs.  

  • Flexible: Our DICOM router supports the latest DICOM standards and can translate between different DICOM versions, enabling seamless communication between different devices. 

  • Load Balancing: Distribute workload across multiple servers, ensuring optimal performance and avoiding bottlenecks. 

  • High Performance: Designed to handle high volumes of medical image traffic, ensuring that images are transmitted quickly and efficiently. 

  • Secure: Industry-standard encryption and authentication protocols to ensure that patient data is transmitted securely and reliably between healthcare providers. 

  • Easy to Use: Designed to be user-friendly, with an intuitive web-based interface that makes it easy to configure and manage the router. 

  • Monitoring: Provide real-time monitoring and tracking of data exchange, giving healthcare providers full visibility and control over their data. 

  •  Relevant Priors: Improve the accuracy of diagnostic imaging interpretations by matching with relevant prior studies. 

  • Life Sciences: Transfer imaging data from clinical trials to centralised imaging facilities for analysis, or to transfer imaging data between different research sites. 

  •  Header Pseudonymisation: Replace personally identifiable information (PII) in message headers with pseudonyms, in order to protect the privacy and security of patients. 

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