Unlocking the Value in Imaging Data®





Clinical images are a vital diagnostic tool used throughout a healthcare enterprise. Radiology, Radiation Oncology, and Cardiology are a few of the care areas that generate and rely heavily upon imaging. Two trillion images are taken across the world every year and that number has been doubling every 5 years (Source: IDC Health Insights, 2017).

OneMedNet is all about helping our customers to get more value out of these images. The first step was to offer a simple and secure way for images to be shared across disparate IT platforms and infrastructures (“BEAM® Image Sharing”). This has enabled OneMedNet to move on to even higher value solutions involving data migration, workflow optimization, and data mining.

Image Exchange

Whether requesting or transferring an image, the process must be straightforward and streamlined on both ends. Also, the solution must be extremely robust and eliminate potential downtime. Importantly, BEAM is not reliant on poorly performing VPNs.

Images can be sent (and received) in seconds, no matter the location or the device. Whereas some products offer time savings with CD import, BEAM actually delivers significant and measurable workflow time savings.

Fast Deployments
BEAM Image Exchange is a light-weight solution, designed for quick implementations. Image sharing doesn’t need to be complicated.

No Java or ActiveX
BEAM never requires 3rd party plug-ins such as Java, Flash, or ActiveX. Our Image Exchange product runs in any web browser, that includes Apple, Android and Microsoft mobile devices and tablets!

Enterprise Ready
BEAM is already integrated with a growing number of 3rd party products. Add BEAM’s RESTful API for custom workflows, our LDAP, Active Directory, DICOM, DICOM Worklist, and HL7 connectors, and you have a powerful image exchange solution for your hospitals, clinics and imaging centers.

Data Migration

Imaging archive migrations have been performed for several decades by various service providers. In most cases, these migrations have been driven by a change in archive platform (PACS to PACS, or PACS to VNA). Vendor evaluations were/are typically based on cost, speed, and security in the data migration from one archive to the next with little additional value being added during the process. At OneMedNet, it’s about finding innovative and impactful ways to add value. For us, the migration is an opportunity to structure the imaging data in a manner that will enable customers to get more out of their archive(s). More specifically, we want customers to have the power to “activate their idle imaging archives”.

Workflow Optimization

While data migration involves transferring data from an older to a newer system, workflow involves routing data between multiple actors within a healthcare enterprise and externally to the cloud.  Workflow optimization can be thought of as a more complex form of medical data migration:

    • Workflows in radiology departments are being increasingly automated to reduce the load on radiologists and allow them to focus on highest value activities.
    • Patient medical record numbers are being unified from different healthcare systems and facilities.

Data Brokerage

It’s no mystery that clinical imaging archives contain an incredible amount of largely untapped value.  Whether that value can be derived from internal research efforts or potential data brokering arrangements, there is much to be gained from having a well-structured archive that is searchable, anonymized, and secure.   OneMedNet can help with those pursuits.

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