Brainlab to Launch Cloud-Based Image Sharing, Clinical Planning Platform

November 22, 2011

Brainlab will launch its cloud-based image sharing and clinical planning platform at RSNA 2011.

Brainlab will launch its cloud-based image sharing and clinical planning platform at RSNA 2011.

VoyantLink allows users to access images from the cloud, as well as employ clinical planning tools. It’s more than just transferring images through the cloud, said Marc Mackey, general manager of Voyant Health, noting the company’s long history of developing treatment software for subspecialists.

“It’s more than just image sharing,” said Mackey. The platform brings together images from various PACS, patients and third parties and automates the process, he said. Users can then access clinical tools, such as collaboration, data enrichment, digital templating, workflow automation, and dose review and planning.

“We’ve developed this clinical platform that allows the physicians to aggregate the access to their images and use these treatment planning tools from a single location,” he said, adding that its device independent.

With VoyantLink, Brainlab has addressed the workflow problem of what physicians want to do with the images once they’ve received them, Mackey said.