Meet the iViz – The worlds first portable imaging device with Tricefy inside
Imaging devices are getting smaller, smarter, more affordable and connected, making it possible to provide ultrasound outside the hospital environment. Equipped with Tricefy, iViz enables instantaneous sharing and collaboration between nurses, doctors, home-care providers and paramedics, so that diagnoses can be made remotely, saving precious time and resources. Imaging devices with embedded communication modules are the future of ultrasound technology, soon to be as common as having Wi-Fi and email embedded in your computer!
The iViz is a highly portable ultrasound machine, augmented with mobile computing and advanced connectivity. Providers can make an ultrasound exam or procedure while simultaneously accessing patient records, storing exams, submitting reports and consulting with remote providers for near real-time diagnoses. Each device is embedded with Trice subscription plan and its patented encryption and authentication software, making it possible to share images on the run, wherever you are.
“By integrating Tricefy into the SonoSite iViz ultrasound workflow we are able to provide a much simplified experience for patient and care provider with immediate medical image sharing and clinical collaboration.” Says FUJIFILM SonoSite president and CEO Masayuki Higuchi.
FUJIFILM Sonosite’s latest portable ultrasound device. The iViz, which was recently CE marked for sale in Europe and currently pending FDA 510(k) clearance, is the latest point-of-care visualization solution by FUJIFILM SonoSite and includes Trice’ patent encryption and authentication modul, sharing, collaboration and routing software embedded in the device. Read the SonoSite press release for Europe here: FUJIFILM SonoSite Announces CE Mark for
FUJIFILM SonoSite is the innovator and world leader in bedside and point-of-care ultrasound. The company is represented by 26 subsidiaries and a global distribution network in over 100 countries. SonoSite’s portable, compact systems are expanding the use of ultrasound across the clinical spectrum by cost-effectively bringing high-performance ultrasound to the point of patient care.
Trice and FUJIFILM SonoSite most recently worked together on a project in Morocco that was awarded with the 2015 GSMA Global Mobile Award. Funded by Qualcomm, the project used portable ultrasound units and 3G connectivity to improve care for women in developing countries through early detection and treatment of major causes in maternal mortality; proving the power of connected mobile ultrasound. 575 exams were wirelessly transmitted to clinicians, resulting in lowered costs per patient and a decrease in time from 2 weeks to less than 24 hours per diagnosis. More about the project here: www.mobileultrasoundprojects.org
More about the iViz here: https://www.sonosite.com/uk/sonosite-iviz