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Trice Imaging expands global support for clinical research initiatives

Trice Imaging expands global support for clinical research initiatives


VIENNA, AUSTRIA (September 15, 2017) – At the 2017 ISUOG World Conference, Trice Imaging will showcase the outcomes of their partnerships with multiple global research groups.

Trice Imaging, a global leader in cloud-based medical imaging solutions, partners with research consortiums, such as the North American Fetal Therapy Network (NAFTNet), National Institutes of Health (NIH), Baylor College of Medicine, and the French College of Fetal Ultrasound (CFEF).  Trice’s solution, Tricefy™, is a secure cloud-based platform that allows research participants to centrally aggregate, distribute and collaborate on research data.

Dr. Wesley Lee, Division Director, Woman’s and Fetal Imaging at Baylor College of Medicine said, “With Tricefy, we can rapidly and securely send anonymized data from multiple sites across multiple countries with the click of a button. This ease of use, combined with the fact that it requires virtually no IT involvement for installation or maintenance, makes it simple and easy for all of our sites to participate.”

“To improve research techniques, NAFTNet has leveraged Tricefy to easily distribute anonymized data and gather feedback with virtually no IT resources. Normally, the technical nuances add weeks to months of delay. Tricefy has allowed us to rapidly and securely exchange data and greatly accelerate the time to achieving research milestones,” said Dr. Anthony Johnson, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Pediatric Surgery, Co-Director of the Fetal Center at Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital and ISUOG Outreach Chairperson.

The Tricefy platform offers the ability to securely store images in the cloud, instantly collaborate with colleagues, share images with patients and interface with health record systems. It helps providers to streamline workflows and save time by sending anonymized data from imaging systems, such ultrasound machines, to any communication device such as mobile phones, tablets and computers within seconds.

Dr. Georges Haddad, President CFEF said, “Tricefy’s cloud-based solution saves us time and money, improving the efficiency of our weekly meetings and quality of diagnosis overall. Tricefy enables us to perform remote ultrasound examinations – and this exchange of images, data and findings is highly efficient and provides the opportunity to collaborate globally and improve medical care, education and research. ”

For Trice, supporting global research efforts is more than a side-project; it’s mission-critical.

“Trice’s ongoing commitment to partnering with and supporting global research organizations is key to our ultimate mission: providing quality healthcare to everybody, regardless of who or where they are,” said Asa Nordgren, CEO and Founder of Trice Imaging. “Working with these organizations is a rewarding venture that allows us to foster research in the field of ultrasound at a faster pace with the commitment to improve clinical outcomes.”

Read the full article here: https://triceimaging.com/2017/trice-isuog-global-research/ 

About Trice Imaging

Trice Imaging, Inc. is a privately-owned company at the intersection of wireless technology and healthcare. Trice mobilizes medical images by sending them from any imaging modality to any mobile device. Physicians receive remote access to images and reports, cost efficient storage, and the ability to collaborate with other physicians. Patients receive high-quality medical images that they can print, store, publish, and send to family and friends or to doctors for a second opinion. Trice Imaging’s award winning, patented technology is a value-added service to any medical imaging system or diagnostic software. Trice Imaging is headquartered in San Diego, California and has offices in Stockholm, Sweden and Munich, Germany. For more information, visit us at www.trice.wpengine.com.


Jessa Chludzinski


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