Vendor Neutral Clinical Data Archive

Centralize your enterprise imaging repository to consolidate archives, lower costs and give providers unified access to the images and data they need to deliver better care. 

Our Clinical Repository is more than a vendor-neutral archive. It's a single source of imaging information to support more effective decision making. 

  • Archive and access both structured and unstructured data, with metadata tagging of unstructured data for searchability and meaningful clinical context.
  • Intelligently manage the information lifecycle to contain costs while preserving access to longitudinal data.
  • Ensure interoperability via a hardware-agnostic, standards-based repository for all your imaging data.
  • Streamline trauma and wound care with an image acquisition portal for mobile devices.
  • Scale and extend the Clinical Repository to serve multi-site and regional installations.

Experience the Clinical Repository

The Clinical Repository module within Carestream's Clinical Collaboration Platform drives value by providing medical clinicians with a single view of a patients journey.

The Clinical Repository Within Clinical Collaboration Platform - Medical Imaging

Clinical Repository Modules

Vendor-Neutral Clinical Repository Module

Smart lifecycle management provides storage and access beyond individual episodes of care, encompassing each patient's full story. Tiered archives optimize performance for the currently relevant data. Hosted cloud solutions give enterprises a path forward.

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Acquisition Portal Module

Capture images across departments, modalities and file formats using existing systems, mobile and remote devices, video, document scanners and more — with vendor-neutral support for future imaging technologies.

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