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NetworkAccessOur digital platform is already integrated into physician workflows. Leverage our network to access a partner ecosystem of solutions in AI/ML, analytics, telestroke and more. Learn More
Get the whole patient picture with the Life Image global network.
We orchestrate the flow of clinical information with medical images to give you access to the right information, at the right time, and in the right context for optimal patient care.
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Unlike other portals, our Patient Connect Portal gives patients control over collecting and sharing images and medical data with care teams in order to manage chronic and complex conditions. Learn More
Quickly establish your own clinical network to coordinate care, collect data and innovate. Designed for imaging-intensive needs of medical devices, clinical trials, telemedicine and more. Learn More
Access large, heterogeneous, de-identified ‘living’ datasets of novel imaging to support real world evidence programs. Curate and data link into other longitudinal medical data. Learn More
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Life Image is a truly interoperable network that orchestrates the flow of all clinical information between clinical sites globally.
The essential features of a clinical data and diagnostic imaging de-identification process that can operate at scale
The Life Image and Google Cloud Healthcare de-identification application programming interface (API) can help protect patient information and promote accelerated research development. Download the white paper to learn more.Read More
Life Image Announces New Value-Added Solution that Further Enhances the Google Cloud Healthcare API to De-Identify Patient Information in Medical Imaging Data
Life Image announced the launch of a new enhancement and validation service that optimizes the de-identification functionality of the Google…READ MORE
ONC Takes Aim at Data Sharing and Interoperability
Full interoperability and the unimpeded flow of non-proprietary clinical data are essential to innovation and advances in patient care. Still, despite a variety of efforts over the decades, the otherwise technologically advanced U.S. healthcare system has made only sporadic and partial advances toward that goal. Systems remain isolated and data is blocked.
The interoperability and data sharing provisions of the 21st Century Cures Act were intended to finally change this situation…READ MORE