There are 125+ SMooTH installations across Europe in various countries. Customers include
Royal Liverpool & Broadgreen
Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust uses a solution based on the SMooTH VNA, delivered by our partner SynApps Solutions. The solution gives the trust’s clinicians – and external healthcare partners – instantaneous access to patients’ medical images and associated case notes at the point of need. More than 80 million of the Royal’s medical images have been migrated across to the VNA to date.
The Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust is one of the largest and busiest hospital trusts in the North of England. It delivers services across two sites and three hospitals and employs more than 5,500 people, treating half a million people in its outpatient department and 150,000 emergency patients and day case admissions.
Tags: VNA, radiology, image distribution, XDS
Ministry of Health (Tallinn, Estonia)
National VNA & Image Viewing Platform, Partner ByteLife
SMooth VNA is used as National Vendor Neutral Archiving Platform for all DICOM Studies using a High Availability active-active setup.
The MoH in Estonia provides a portal for both physicians as well as patients to access their medical information. All physicians and all patients use the SMooTH Viewer to access any DICOM images from multiple source (images are currently stored at existing PACS-systems). Secure access to the images is guaranteed through a special hashing solution. The systems supports up to 3000 concurrent users and is integrated to portals as well as HIS-systems.
Tags: image viewing, image distribution, multiple archives, DICOM, radiology, EMR-integration
Kingston Hospital (London, UK)
Kingston Hospital uses SMooTH VNA and SMooTH PatientViewer delivered by our partner SynApps Solutions. The solution is aimed at making the sharing of medical data easier for clinicians, as well as making patient records available across any combination of service providers – both within and beyond the NHS. It also incorporates XDS cross-document sharing capabilities which Kingston uses to create electronic patient records that can be readily accessed by doctors.
Kingston Hospital is a district general hospital supporting around 350,000 people in the south west of London.
Tags: image viewing, image distribution, VNA, DICOM, radiology, EMR-integration, XDS
ZorgSaam hospital plays an important role within the region of Zeeuws-Vlaanderen, close to the Belgian boarder. The hospital uses SMooTH VNA for storing all medical images from any source/department in one central archive for easier management and lower cost. SMooTH Viewer is used for access to any image from physicians inside the hospital as well as referring physicians. SMooTH Move is used to migrate all information from the existing radiology PACS to the SMooTH VNA.
Tags: VNA, cardiology, radiology, dermatology, colonoscopy, XDS, DICOM, EMR-integration, migration