Claron Technology Announces Integration of Nil Zero-Footprint Viewer with CoActiv Medical and Voyant Health Cloud-Based So

TORONTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Claron Technology today announced two new integrations of its zero footprint Nil viewer with CoActiv Medical and Voyant Health cloud based solutions. Since its introduction at RSNA 2010, Nil has integrated with a growing number of partners in the radiology and ophthalmology/optometry market. Nil is a software solution allowing clinicians to securely visualize 2D and 3D imaging studies inside or outside the hospital network. It runs anywhere a Web browser is available, on Windows, Apple, Linux, iPad, iPhone, Android and Blackberry. Nil users can organize collaboration sessions with their clinical partners where all participants share and annotate the same study in real time. By providing an enhanced experience to their clinicians, Nil allows hospitals, physician groups and imaging centers to maintain and increase their referral base.

CoActiv Medical's new EXAM-BROWSER(TM), a revolutionary fully cloud-based, zero-footprint, universal ...

CoActiv Medical's new EXAM-BROWSER(TM), a revolutionary fully cloud-based, zero-footprint, universal clinical image viewer, is based on Claron Technology's Nil platform. EXAM-BROWSER enables anywhere, anytime review of medical images and reports from virtually any browser-enabled computer or mobile device, including the iPhone, and iPad, shown here. With the new EXAM-BROWSER, any imaging facility storing images in CoActiv's vendor-neutral EXAM-VAULT(R) cloud-based archive can enable referring physicians and other users to view and manipulate exams with ultra-fast speed and collaborate with multiple users in real time. EXAM-BROWSER also is compatible with Android phones and tablets, HP Slate, Motorola Xoom, T-Mobile Slate, CoActiv EXAM-PAD(TM), Samsung Galaxy, Blackberry Torch and more. (Photo: Business Wire)

"The Nil platform, with its innovative zero footprint foundation and ability to be fully virtualized, provides our customers the flexibility to integrate easily with their cloud-based solutions," said Claudio Gatti, co-founder and Co-CEO of Claron Technology. "Customers can deploy Nil in their web-based cloud solution without restrictions and implement the solution that is right for them."

CoActiv Medical’s recently announced EXAM-BROWSERTM universal clinical viewer is based on Claron’s Nil technology. “Finally, physicians have a sophisticated, but easy-to-use, method to communicate, consult and collaborate across multiple image platforms, including local PCs as well as mobile devices,” said Ed Heere, President and CEO of CoActiv. “CoActiv is excited about introducing this major innovation in medical image communications. EXAM-BROWSER will allow physicians to view any modality from any PACS in any format. Viewing anatomy as 3D structures will help all physicians as well as patients more fully understand a diagnosis. CoActiv is one of the industry's leading providers of secure, HIPAA compliant, medical image archiving and with the new viewer’s standards-based technology, images stored on the CoActiv Vendor-Neutral, Cloud-Based Archive can be viewed in conjunction with any PACS.”

Nil will also be deployed in the Orthopedic market through integration with Voyant Health’s revolutionary OrthoWeb. “The cloud technology platform allows us to deliver OrthoWeb to our customers using a completely new model,” says Zeev Glozman, CEO of Voyant Health. “Nil universal viewer is the perfect match for OrthoWeb allowing our user base to view and interact with images anywhere they can access OrthoWeb. OrthoWeb is based on industry standard cloud technology like SalesForce and Amazon Cloud EC2, and Nil’s ability to naturally operate in those environments made the integration process very smooth and efficient.”

About Claron Technology, Inc:

Claron is dedicated to the application of image processing technology in medicine. It has extensive experience in developing systems that help clinicians identify anatomy and tissues of interest, visualize and analyse them, and safely navigate their instruments during surgical procedures. Claron helps healthcare vendors, ranging from young start-ups to large multi-national device and IT vendors deliver more value to their clinical customers faster by incorporating its technology into their products. Claron's technology is licensed in a range of formats, including low-level modules, platforms, sub-systems, applications and custom engineered exclusive solutions. For more details, please visit www.clarontech.com.

About CoActiv:

CoActiv Medical™ is a leading healthcare software and IT systems provider offering a full line of PACS, digital image cloud-based data storage services and related solutions for hospitals, imaging facilities and medical practices of all sizes. CoActiv’s EXAM-PACS® family of web-based PACS solutions provide leading edge, affordable and scalable image management with sophisticated tools that cater to the needs of radiologists as well as a full range of other imaging specialists.

About Voyant Health:

Voyant Health has one mission: dramatically improve the orthopedic surgeon’s work life to support high-quality care and allow more time with patients. We help surgeons do this every day by delivering integrated workflow solutions for the clinic, the hospital, the operating room, and beyond.

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CoActiv Medical
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CoActiv Medical's new EXAM-BROWSER(TM), a revolutionary fully cloud-based, zero-footprint, universal clinical image viewer, is based on Claron Technology's Nil platform. EXAM-BROWSER enables anywhere, anytime review of medical images and reports from virtually any browser-enabled computer or mobile device, including the iPhone, and iPad, shown here. With the new EXAM-BROWSER, any imaging facility storing images in CoActiv's vendor-neutral EXAM-VAULT(R) cloud-based archive can enable referring physicians and other users to view and manipulate exams with ultra-fast speed and collaborate with multiple users in real time. EXAM-BROWSER also is compatible with Android phones and tablets, HP Slate, Motorola Xoom, T-Mobile Slate, CoActiv EXAM-PAD(TM), Samsung Galaxy, Blackberry Torch and more. (Photo: Business Wire)
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CoActiv Medical's new EXAM-BROWSER(TM), a revolutionary fully cloud-based, zero-footprint, universal clinical image viewer, is based on Claron Technology's Nil platform. EXAM-BROWSER enables anywhere, anytime review of medical images and reports from virtually any browser-enabled computer or mobile device, including the iPhone, and iPad, shown here. With the new EXAM-BROWSER, any imaging facility storing images in CoActiv's vendor-neutral EXAM-VAULT(R) cloud-based archive can enable referring physicians and other users to view and manipulate exams with ultra-fast speed and collaborate with multiple users in real time. EXAM-BROWSER also is compatible with Android phones and tablets, HP Slate, Motorola Xoom, T-Mobile Slate, CoActiv EXAM-PAD(TM), Samsung Galaxy, Blackberry Torch and more. (Photo: Business Wire)

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