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Agreement Gives UK's NHS Access to Breakthrough Platform That Provides Integrated Imaging and Genomic Data at the Point of Care

Press Release | Kanteron Systems | December 21, 2015

Healthcare information systems leader Kanteron Systems, in collaboration with the NHS National Health System (NHS) England’s Open Source and Code 4 Health Programmes, has agreed to allow the entire NHS exclusive and unrestricted access to Kanteron’s medical imaging and genomic data integration platform under the custodianship of an NHS clinically led OpenPACS Code 4 Health community. The agreement was first announced at RSNA – the world’s largest gathering of clinical medical imaging professionals – in Chicago (USA). Read More »

DigiPath To Integrate Pathology Scanners In Kanteron's Launch Of First Translational Medical Imaging System

Press Release | DigiPath | December 2, 2013

[DigiPath, Inc.] will integrate pathology scanners in Kanteron Systems' launch of the world's first Translational Medical Imaging System (“TMIS”) at the Radiology Society of North America (“RSNA”) annual meeting in Chicago, December 1-5, 2013. TMIS will be a fully integrated hardware and software solution for radiology, genetic and pathology workflow. Read More »

First Translational Medical Imaging System In The World

Press Release | Kanteron Systems | November 29, 2013

Kanteron Systems will launch the world's first Translational Medical Imaging System (“TMIS”) at the Radiology Society of North America (“RSNA”) annual meeting in Chicago, December 1-5, 2013. TMIS is a fully integrated solution for radiology, genetic and pathology workflows that could change the way medicine is practiced. Read More »

Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital implements OsiriX for Pediatric 3D Imaging

Press Release | Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital | June 13, 2012

Clinicians can now access 3D images of children’s hearts, using Osirix software. Not only can the images now be more easily shared and discussed by colleagues in order to decide the best approach to surgery, when the surgeon goes into theatre they can call up the images directly from central storage onto an iMac workstation in theatre. Read More »

How Does an Entrepreneur Help His Fiancé Fight Cancer? With Open Source Tools, of Course.

My name is Jorge. I started Kanteron Systems, a medical imaging open-source software company, in Valencia (Spain) in 2005. In 2011 I moved to New York to open our US subsidiary. While living in New York, I started dating a woman that was battling breast cancer. Her name is Stephanie. Stephanie’s oncologist was at Beth Israel Cancer Center, her surgeon at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Hospital, and her radiation therapist at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC). As I held her hand through the process twice (she had surgery, and a recurrence a year later) and met with her doctors, I saw first-hand how broken many cancer-care processes involving data and medical imaging sharing were.

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Kanteron And DigiPath Collaboration Expands Digital Pathology Into EHR & PACS Markets

Press Release | Kanteron Systems, DigiPath, Inc. | July 8, 2013

Kanteron Systems and DigiPath, Inc. (OTCQB and OTCBB: DIGP) today announce they have entered in a Joint Selling & Marketing Agreement to shared resources and implement a fully integrated digital pathology & radiology solution. Read More »

Kanteron Systems

Kanteron Systems is a privately held Healthcare IT – Biomedical Informatics company founded in 2005 that helps healthcare providers and technology vendors manage imaging and genomic data effectively for precision medicine applications at the point of care. Read More »

Kanteron Systems helps London hospital migrate over 10 million images in a weekend

Press Release | Kanteron Systems | June 15, 2012

The solution, deployed over a single weekend by Kanteron Systems, has brought benefits for patient treatment and safety. Clinicians can now access 3D images of children’s hearts, using [Open Source] Osirix software. Not only can the images now be more easily shared and discussed by colleagues in order to decide the best approach to surgery, when the surgeon goes into theatre they can call up the images directly from central storage onto an iMac workstation in theatre. Read More »

Kanteron Systems Selects Dicom Systems Unifier as Universal Enterprise Imaging Adapter

Press Release | Kanteron Systems, Dicom Systems | March 16, 2016

Kanteron Systems, the leading aggregator of Genomics, Pathology and Radiology imaging and data for multi-discipline clinical specialists, has selected Dicom Systems and its Enterprise Imaging Workflow Unifier as a universal adapter to seamlessly integrate its clinical data management solutions within any healthcare enterprise environment. "This partnership is highly symbiotic," said Florent Saint-Clair, Dicom Systems EVP. "Kanteron reduces data fragmentation at the clinical level, while Dicom Systems focuses on reducing IT-level fragmentation and communications.

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Key exhibitor booths at HIMSS18 for open solutions, collaboration, and interoperability

The annual gargantuan HIMSS conference is back at Las Vegas with over 40,000 participants, over a thousand exhibitors, and more than 600 presentations. As we saw last year in Orlando, more than half of the conference presentations are focused on applications based on open source such as FHIR and Blockchain, and a great emphasis on open solutions for interoperability. With so many presentations and exhibits, it is impossible to provide a full overview. Below are a few of some of the most interesting exhibits of open solutions this year.

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OsiriX and Apple technology boost care at Great Ormond Street

Staff | Building Better Healthcare | June 12, 2012

Healthcare workers at Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital (GOSH) in London are now using Apple technology to improve the care of sick youngsters. The hospital is in the process of rolling out iPads and iMacs in a number of key departments, including cardiology, where, using [open source] Osirix software, clinicians can view 3D images of patients’ hearts while planning for surgery, or even inside the theatre, where they can call up pictures directly onto an iMac workstation. Read More »