LED Medical Diagnostics, Vancouver, BC, announced that its XVWeb Cloud Imaging Software, developed by its subsidiary Apteryx Inc, has received the 2019 Cellerant “Best of Class” Technology Award in the Imaging Software category.
XVWeb is a picture archiving and communications system (PACS) for the dental industry. The SaaS (software-as-a-service subscription) XVWeb provides clinical image capture, visualization, analysis, and backup. Subscribers can access the totality of their clinical image data 24/7 from compatible web-connected devices.
According to the company, the XVWeb 3D module adds the same level of accessibility and security for patient CBCT image data. All CBCT visualizations, including 3D image rendering, are processed and performed via the cloud and are complemented by a full range of image analysis and annotation tools. In addition, XVWeb 3D allows for HIPAA-compliant sharing of patient images between healthcare providers.
“We are excited about the impact that the utilization of cloud computing will have on dental imaging and the advances it will bring to comprehensive image acquisition, image management and treatment planning,” said Kevin Crucs, vice president of research and development for Apteryx. “Our team has developed a unique SaaS solution that gives clinicians the treatment planning and visualization tools they need in a cloud environment, all while maintaining the exceptional image quality and handling that the industry has come to expect from Apteryx products.”