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New Solution Enables Image Sharing for HIEs

October 27, 2009
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San Jose, Calif.-based Axolotl Corp. is unveiling Elysium Image Exchange, a solution that integrates with its Elysium Exchange suite of products to enable the electronic sharing of images between providers participating in an HIE.

Powered by eHealth Global Technologies, Inc. (eHGT, Rochester, N.Y.), Elysium Image Exchange is designed to retrieve and securely deliver diagnostic quality images in a manner that is cost-effective and easy to implement, says the company. Users of the HIE can access images from disparate picture archiving and communication systems from radiology and cardiology imaging providers, it says.

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